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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TOMATOES CORN and IT A' WUIK a wtidttiBf. Thsftri Of 10 kSMWMM tfea of fcer own mot bar, and tJw SOB U (aUuNr-Ui-law of father's wilt. A wiki ''SM'II' raahmi iato a a great awry ,-X'. "Bo you (M aflfed atweosftar. "We do." rtplifd tte "lisas it put a fellow to. "Sound sleep, ao you can't wake Mm "You could break bU JAW or black hia eye aad he wouldn't feel it." .would kaow nothing about gaasratina. Tbeee pastimes art.gtwauy miartrt. year laki ia the Xurth Ward it ymi for aiMdl boats to P4j U for iibaraily natr i-ffn in thcif" year thought iU prewttce should be hy tlie eouMCil to wppty citjr witk paVk whare bath- oouki be enjoyed by our The lete could iw by having it con- nected with the irrigation ditch, thotigjii it ia hardly likely that that cowroe. of supply would be necewaiy and some dredgiaf would put the lake ia good for boating the tine. all Tha suggestion of the city tajfiRjg over this property for a park will be ridiculed by some people who will not atop to think that this little lake in ike years to come when the city ia larger, would be a great aa- providing as it rwould a fine breathing place, sm-iinniing baths for the young folks and boating for all agea. lu other cities this gift of na- ture would be snapped up quickly. if you will Lethbridge in. ten a1 city of twenty-five thousand. What a fine place that.lake would be fcr the people's recreation! Would they not appreciate the foresight of city council of 1908 in securing it for future generations to enjoy? Lethbridge haa only one park: at the present time. Park land should he acquired by the city systematical- ly. There should be breathing places in-the different sections of .the city. We will appreciate them in the years to coaae. In acquiring a property like the lake in the North Ward the city would Jxr.put to little expense. The purchase price should not be heavy- Once purchased" all the expense nec- essary would be in connection with the dredging and planting of: trees along the shores, so that in a lew years the place would be well shaded In the winter the absence of a rink cuts off an amusement for young and old. With closed-waiting'rooms, a few electric lights and seats along the shore, this lake could be created loaf doai he "About a minute, or probably a little Jess." "1 expect, Jong enough. Got it aB ready for a Tcllow to "Yes; take a seat iu this chair and me your tooth." "Tooth said the excited caller, beginning rapidly to remove hia coat and vest. "1 want you to pull a porous plaster my back." PROVIDE PRE- MIERS Asquith is the eighteenth British IMme Minister who Oxford as his alma, mater. Cambridge has supplied twelve. The late Prime Minister was edu- cated at Glasgow and Trinity Col- lege, Cambridge, and held office two years and four months. The short- L of office of anys Prime Mi- nister was _that of Lord Canning (three and the longest that of Sir Robert Walpole (twenty-three Sir Henry Campbell-Banuerman was older than any other Premier when he first Assumed office, with the ex- ception of PalmfeTston, who was sev- enty. When, on the resignation of Mr. Balfonr's Government in Decem- ber, 1905, Sir Henry formed his Min- istry, he was sixty-nine, Lord Grey .was sixty-four, when he became Pre- mier, Mr. Disraeli 'sixty-two and Mr. Gladstone fifty-nine. The youngest Prime Minister was William Pitt, who was only twenty- our when he took office -in 1783, and of his predecessors. (the Duke of Grafton) was not more than thirty- of a pUnk which gave way itatitig him to the ground. He taiittd fractured and died UW at the eaaip tal, Fk'U. body is uow ai 8ka- ver'a under taking parlors and will be gent to the deceaaed'i home in Win- nipeg ou No. 91 tonight. Cannet Guarantee Security ef BriU from Feriijn Attack July newspajvers ure regarding Premier As- quith's gUti-inent in Parliauieht re- garding the dissensions among naval officers as a warning to Admiral Lord Charles Beresford aud other naval mal contents: The Daily News prints a guarded statement that Admiral Bereaford has addressed to' the admiralty a strongly worded memorandum declaring that with an inadequate fleet under his command he is unable to guarantee APPLES ori Track Ik tatlej fc Iti MOnaSIOMAL UUUx euiouial Company, it reported to have struck two ftcajju of coal it Steliirton. Ooe seam is feet aud ike twelve in THE NEW READERS ARRIVED for Back to Slantad Writing-New HittwtM the security of foreign attack. the kingdom from SUES FOR DAMAGES Windsor Doctor Enters Suit for Buri.i ef at Soa. Windsor, July Chalmers this city, has started a suit in'New York against the North German Lloyd Steamship Company, for damages for burying his wife's body at sea instead of embalm- ing the body and bringing it to New York.-. Dr. Prentice's daughter was on board when the mother died and made a strenuous effort to prevent "the bur- ial, which vas insisted upon by an Italian official. The passengers sym- pathized with the daughter and after landing at New York the captain re- ported that there was-nearly a mu- tiny over the affair. Dr. Prentice is quite widely known throughout Ontario by reason of his into. one ot rinks. the finest of open air Is the investment not worth while? If the city does not acquire the property some energetic amusement director will get hold of it and start operating a Happyland or some such venture. UUK ruiNi OF VIEW Get rid of the thistles. Mr. Weed the peo- ple who are permitting- thistles to grow in their fields. Toronto Chinese are forming a club The Celestials in Vancouver are us ually trying to dodge one. Dave Elton, of the Cardston Star thinks Lethbridge is all right. Dave's thinker is always right. Df. Mewburn is setting a good ex ample by having his shade tree, trimmed. Some other trees in th city would not suffer from trimmed. Thanks to the telephone policy o the Alberta government Tabcr wil soon have telephone connection witr rest of the province. Had th telephone business been left in th hands of the Bell Co. the progrcssiv town lo the east would have had iong time to wait for this conven ience. Only twice before, it seems, has th .United States been without a 15-.'in once in 1799 when Wa died, and again in 1875 whe Andrew Johnson died. When Lincoln was first elected there were five alive, Van Buren, Tyler, Fillmore, Pierce and TV Stratford Beacon very wisely remarks that of civilization does not teave rural i ties; lagging in the rear is made clearly evident in account of a North Easthope town- ship wedding which says that "the couple upon leaving on their honey- moon were showered with rose ret- ain." The barbarous custom of rice-; throwing at wedding festivities is a dangerous one, and it is encouraging j to note that in one district, at least.' it has the stamp of disapproval. lectures soul. on the immortalitv of the Edmonton, July of new public, school readers arrived in the1 for the department of education from the publishers, Mo- rang aud company, Torojiio. They are to be distributed free of charge among 'the public school'-pupils'. supply received is calculated to Jast two Distribution ceeded with at once so they can be used when schools open for the fall term. Aug. 21. ASIant Vortical Beginning of the new school term will about_two other changes in texts in the public schools of Alberta..-' Xhe department of edu- cation. has. decided to do-away with the system of vertical writing and introduce the slant system. The 'English and' Canadian history texts in. use in the public schools have also proved unsatisfactory and steps are bjng taken to replace tKem with -more suitable text. Canadian hisitfry text is already selected" and the text of English history will prob- ably be chosen in a few days. I have i Section of (arm lajul with 5 miles of feuea-and frame house P x iriwe stud M acres 'In oats; going'to buyer, a good; well of water at the also 1-2 Sectioji of raw prairie. New" railroad survey through both, and 12 miles from railroad now, with good roads, and same at a snap price. buy elae till you see this and save real estate man's commission. MURRAY Box 416, or Brown Paultry Ranch Fair To Btizns af SOLDIER WINS Must Wait Year and Day, as He Has Lost Ticket Paris, July private soldier named Claret some weeks ago bought packet of four lottery tickets, known as a surprise packet, for half a crown. He noted the numbers of his tick- ets and then lost the envelope "in rhich .he had placed them. Fortun- ately, he had written his name on he envelope which was found and returned to him at the barracks. But one of the tickets was missing, and that ticket won Claret wrote to the lottery manage- ment and the ticket has been stop- ped. He will now have to wait a year and a day before he will enter into possession of his fortune. THE HODGINS' CHARGES Ottawa, July Commons spent nearly nine hours today -in holding-a mortem examination of the remains of the charges pre- ferred by Major Hodgins in the na- tional transcontinental railway ques- tion. The Opposition leaders made a vain attempt to cover their retreat in .their piece de resistance of the various campaign scandals wnich-they have attempted to "exploit, this ses- sion by dragging in an extra session on the technical agreements by the engineers of the Grand Trunk Pacific and the National. Transcontinental commission in respect to the ques- tion of classifications. CITY- LEAGUE STANDING Club Y. M. C. Bail way Press Won Lost 4 2 23 23 P.O. 2 .067 .400 .400 Next game. Tress vs. Railway wil be played this (Thursday) BARGAIN TERMS MOftftiAM (Orrhiitoal Mantel ViaiU or reeeivea pvpUe, prepara- rjr or feoo Un.; Ipai. to U HAMILTON 4 YOUWO f-Whitney Slack. KX.., a. c. It is our intention to talk lp you regularly by means of 4his paper placing before you- such propositions as we-..believe-arc safe, and that will show returns. We will give you good advice as to the_values and-other details in connection with business proposi- tions, and while we do not pretend to be infallible, it will be our business to be posted, and you can depend _ our telling you. exactly what we believe ourselves. We intend to establish a- reputa- tion for fair dealing and 'absolute re- liability. A reliable-firm name is a monument to its members and a sure forerunner of the success that sticks. ,We want your future business quite as much as we'do the present. We hope to have the respect and confidence of people of this city and vicinity, and with that in view we shall be glad to meet any of yoxi at our office at any time where any information that we have, is yours for the-asking. We will make, a specialty City Real.Estate, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Yours: very truly, SKEITH TILLEY Andrew Tillev H. J. H. Skeith 175-2 Residence Lethbridie Barrialera, Solieiion; Eti. Couyheaie Block. Uthbridga, AHa. W. C. SIMllONt Aiiwocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Buutliard Block. AOlbliOM Funeral ijirocier and OfiorcK Office Phone lOi. Besideuoe 1JI. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Lift and Accident Insurance Room 5 Block F. B. ROLFBOM ARCHITECT Reeen f Whitnoy L. M. Barrister and SoKcjter Office adjoining Union JAB. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, .Roejpath Street UthbrMge, Atta. CHRISTIAN T E M P E R A N C E U N I O N Meel in Methodist" Wesley Church every third Friday in the mouth at 330 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MBS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. Bank; ONE COMPANY AT QUEBEC i Winnipeg, Julj- Winnipeg, will be repre- sented, at the Quebec Tercentenary by a full company. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE Washington, July received-at the State Department to- day is that the estimated loss of life in the recent revolution' in Paraguay was from 100 to 150 people, while 400 were wounded. CANADIAN SCHOONER WRECKED Watertown, N. Y., July Can- adian schoner, name unknown was blown ashore near Sackett's Harbor last night in the gale that raged on Lake Ontario and is rapidly going to pieces. The life saving crew from Big Sandy has been surntuoned. IS YOUR SHIRT COLORED? London, .July to The Lancet, the man who wears colored shirts is sloven. The medical jour- nal also declares that colored hand- kerchiefs are an abomination. "When a man finds it convenient to wear colored shirts and is the medi- cal journal's argument, "it means" in reality that he; can carry dirt for a while longer without giving offence than if he wore spotless white ma- terial. Materials which do not com pel constant change by becoming of- fensive to the eye of ever so slightly soiled are bound to be worn too long. By wearing -only religiously clean linen "'a man reduces his chances of picking up bacteria." CIRCUS DAY AT LETHBRIDGE rwniucu IT 2 m i P.I. tail Spctatilar Street Pinft it IU The Gossip rarely strikes It right. At random she may ring the bell therefore she is a thing to avoid. BUT I know whereof I speak when I that our 20 per cent discount sale beats the bands of tfousa and Godfrey all to sticks HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSION Montreal. July C. JP. R. ran another homeseekers' excursion out of Windsor station j.oday, bodmi for the West. It carried four tourist cars crowded with well-to-do experienced farmers from districts about Montreal who are to settle in Saskatchewan and Alberta. At Toronto nine more cars are to be added to the train. TOOK ILL ON TRAIN Fernie, B. C., July young lady who was a passenger on the Soo Spokane flyer last night enroute from Spokane to St. Paul became sudden- ly ill nearing this station, and the train was held here half an hour while a doctor was summoned. Luck- ily there was a trained nurse on board who cared for her and she was allowed to go on from here. NEWFOUNDLAND OPINION Toronto, July S. D. Chown, D. D., secretary of the temperance and moral reform department of the Methodist church, returned yesterday from Newfoundland. He says he' found very little sentiment in favor of federating Canada. W 142 DOUBLE LEN6TU R. R. CARS 18 Daring Aeriatists 23 HURT Cuvis a! m PROF. CARMICHAEL DEAD 1 Kingston, Ont., July N. R. Carmichael, of Queen's University, Kingston, died here yesterday at the residence of his brother in law J. L. Jenkins. He had been ill for some time" PEOPLE 1350 HORSES MUSEUM Double Menagerie Real ROAM Scores of Trained Wild Beasts" Piett] 10 Lovely LadtM of Faultless 7orn ia Classic POMS on a Great Revolving 11 Arabian Tumblers (10) la CMII UIDCTTl LPUfi ifiiiiici in Only Lady in'the Entire wlio SOMKKSAULTS on the Back of 11 Swiftly Horse. Ttnfcriic RHIII CtMiit Urn SEALS i SEA iBKkll ttt liliilMiii .10 iNklns Rwek RMcrs POSY BALLET Nte Picarfe Supreme TBtssiw Cnsicks QIPFM Lodft (3t) A; Regular meeting s night, trie thira Thursday of eachV mot ith in the Sfasonic Hall, p. Q. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting; brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V 810KKEY, P. 6: 1st 3rd Meets ancl iriK.6fP Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inyited. S. G; DAyiES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S LetKhruicc of Owls Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. J59. will oiecta the first and third Wednesday of each month -in K. of P. HalL G. V. 8TORKEY. Secretaary. G. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Paat Prea. CanfiiB Order rf Foresters Meets h, K..of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F: ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETHBRIDOC i.OUufc NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday ol each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. CARPENTER DEAD Winnipeg, July Stanley, a carpenter employed in Brown Ru- therford's saw mill, died this morn- ing as the result of injuries received while at work yesterday. i> V> uws t CIMfLETE MFARESE MOS tKiSATNIIAL Wf liiy iifmn IdUs HIGHEST JUMPING .HEIK'KIFORKUM ELENAM CHELt, UMUS MIBI CAKE WALKING mm iiniTEi MHII ENTIEEi A smw HORSES' STALIWIR 1W1 v V Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. w nym nent in UN> of Hall ,evfrj thinl Thnrwtay in UM month 8 p.m. Vim'iing always we! T. KoNm, Boi 57. -UttttbrUp ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Ifeet in the Hall CTA? and fourth in month. Employers oertincaM eb- pneera, and oat o( employ- wovM do well to communicate with w. ROBERT NEVIN, Chiet W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. ;