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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Friday, July 15i 19M Notice to Excursionists .Anyone wishing to spend aiew days at Lee's Camp, Waterton Lakes, a delightful summer resort, would profit by making ar- rangements to go on the Alexandra Big Bus, leaving Alexandra Hotel at1.30 sharp every Saturday, arriving at Lakes about 9 in the evening. Car returns following Monday. Anyone wishing to stav.over, tickets will be good to o o return on any trip of car. 'jjjjg-. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. PHONE717 INDIANS WILL BE AT Exhibition Board Makes Appropriation For That Purpose-Bands Entered In Competition WiH Be Good DONt MISS SEElii HAN' PASS IT ONTO THE COUNCIL The Qtftstipn'of'the.Car- Library-Board Of Trade Gets "Letter At the -board of trade luncheon yes- terday afternoon, another letter, hear ing the address "Skibd Castle, Scot- land" was received from Jas. Ber- tram, p'rivate secretary to .Andrew Carnegie in regard to the Carnegie library matter with which the" board has been dealing for some months.: It was the first letter received covering- more than a few lines and making any definite statement. It said- that if Mr. Carnegie 'increast' the amount hV offered in a letter written .to the secretary-treasurer of Letobridge -in 1902, the conditions would naturally be 'increast.'' It suggested also that the board of .trade.could.not be very well1 acquainted with library buildings if it thought a city of popu- lation required and that in the, amount .indicated would be nearer the mark. In -con-, elusion; the letter .said that when Mr. Carnegie hears from the mayor and council of Lethbridge that .they are prepared to- Consider something feasible and proportionate to -the er he would accordingly increase the amount offered in 1902. The .letter was referred to the city council. Chin News Chin, Alta., July Ander- son, who has been running a 'breaking .outfit near Chin, left tot his home in .South Dakota Monday.. The C.P.R. is digging at Chin. ._( Mr. Gibbins was a Lethbridge call- er Sunday., Chin has finally developed a depot. Wm. Lust was a business7 caller to Lethbridge Monday, and while, there took in the baUjgame. The Post Office at Chin is to be established the 15th J. Ovrfct is now digging the cellar for the new hotel: at Chin. H. Lust, of this city, is spending the week on hisjclaim north of the river. All the residents, of the Cameron field' were Lethbridge callers Monday. Church was held at- Mr. Bomer's residence Sunday evening. A good Reports from, committees and rout- ine business occupied the whole at- tention of the meeting of the direc- 'tors of the Agricultural'-Society held in the city council chamber last ev- ening. .v, D. J. Whitney; chairman of the ex- hibits recommended.-that a large tent be purchased to accom- modate exhibits for which there" ;is not sufficient room; in the' main shall. He suggested that instead of placing the tent in front of of tne hall it be placed by The sug- gestion was though a good one and it was also decided to use., the hall for the exhibition: of "fine gtyxls and the tent if of vegetables and farm produce.; The .tent: is large square; one 40 feeti.by 60, which .was 12aton Co.-at the .Calgary.jair. Whitney-lsaid that in spite.-.ofjttie.1 somewhat poor qual- ity of was' confident .the farm exhibits would pass in quality and quantity the ex-' -V W. p. Hutton, for the live stock committee, said that while they al- ways had 'been, room for the stock at: the fair, he had decided could make the buildings erected last year''suffice for one more fair and they would ;'-noi need to erect any more .buildings. To Have Indian Geo. .Houk said the Indians ;would be here in about the same numbers as in other years, and onr a'promise of an increase in the appropriation of this feature, agreed to submit plans for some kind a spectacular representation of some past event in the early history of, Southern Al- berta. H. P. (Jattrell, chairman of the poultry committee, agreed.to remedy the complaint made by S. Jones on ern Alberta and that posters and bills were being put up in all the towns from Calgary to Cardstonand from Cranbrook to Medicine Hat aftd to the end of the .Carinangay branch. -Five Band1 Entries The attractions' committee reported that; a- contract had been signed for vaudeville acts .and for a balloon -as- cension and parachute drop. A: Mor- rwita whom the contract. had been made -was 'bound down with a stiff guarantee. Five entries had been received for the band contest. .The places already entered, were Michel, Carmangay, and the Miners' of Staffordville. An outside judge obtained. _ E. A. brought up the matter of >the-. long waits have occurred in. past years between the races. This will beYattempted to be CLOSE OF SHOOTING TOURNAMENT AT WINNIPEG Event Goes to the States; Another WINDOW FOR Juy evening saw the close most successful trap shooting tournament ever held in. Western Canada. ...the two of the day the ilhternationai and Dominion The .Inter- national was won by an sermon and attendance was reported, 'behalf of; local poultry fanciers that Church will be held at Mr. Perry's residence at 7.30 next Sunday even- ing. BRANDON WILL GIVE A-CIVIC .RECEPTION. .Brandon, July City Coun- cil has wired Sir Wilfrid Laurier In- viting him to receive >the honor of a. public civic reception on the oc- casion of Ms visit to Brandon. El- aborate preparations are 'being made for his entertainment. certain important breeds of poultry- had been doubled.up in the published prise list, by taking advantage of a clause in the rules and. regulations of the fair "that in the event of any class of exhibits being shown that provided for in the prize (list the directors may form additional classes ,and award prizes. Being Well Advertised The secretary reported that over seven hundred prize lists had been mailed to farmers throughout South- PHONE 727 P. O. BOX 2057 LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE CO. FORD STREET OPP. FIRE HALL Having concluded our GREAT 20 PER CENT DIS- COUNT SALE on Saturday last, July 9tn, we tave been busy tnis week unloading and up an entirely new line of Goods. Our stock is now replete witn entirely new goods of tne very latest designs and finishes: We Invite Your Inspection 1 remedied the vaufievillef and, athletic ibe putting on which'Mr. Cunnin'ghani .decided: take upr_with the the ajedoniaii Society the A.A.A.A. meet on July Isfcy Same Old Prices--. There, was discussibii; on the admission prices 'to b'e charged.- Some1, thought that as the fair was ing held' at Henderson Park as pn- ginally. intended they change team, and the r Dominion -'cbampioii- ship -by F. of Reston, Man. In the International Americans score 212i out! of "250, as against the -Brodie again led for the Canadians, bringing down 24 "out of 25. PREACHES ON 'WHY JEFF 'AUDIENCE APPLAUDS SERMON Minneapolis Training Specials For Saturday, July 16th j CENTRE TABLES Quarter cut oak, in.early English and golden, usual to special S2.25S4.50 Mahogany, usual 13.00, and special 25 S3.25S4.25 Surface Oak, usual and special S2.50S3and4.OQ SEGRETABYS AND DESKS Combination Book Case and Secretary, us- v i ual spe- Jr BRASS BEDS Satin finish, usual 132.50. Special Bright finish, us- Tial special S24.50. Desks, 12 dif- ferent designs. in early English and golden at 33 1 -3 P- c. off us- ual. SANITARY SLIDING COUCH Oil Tempered Steel Spring, iron, frame, green denim mattress, "all wool special the prices set at last from 25c. 'admission to the ground and 25c; to the. grand 25c.. to the ground1 and 50c. to the stand, the price that had always been Otihers thought that they should stick to the_price set down.when Bcpected. .to ;be able; to use- the new and could accommodate everyone. A motion .embodying the former idea at length prevailed sifter an amendment, shelving the matter until they had ascertained just what the expenditures were going to be, was, lost. x Will Let 'Em.All Come The secretary reported that from enquiries he had received there would be many applications for refreshment privileges on the'grounds, several church organizations- -tieing among those who wanted to get in. The matter was practically lefit. in ...the, hands of .the secretary, although his: suggestion that all of those, .wishing, to be allowed to sell refreshments on the grounds be charged about "a doll- ar a foot frontage on the space they occupied, met- with general approba- ion on the ground, that it would be perfectly fair to the small and large outfit. He was instructed to endea- "or to get some firm or .organization ;o serve decent meals-on the grounds. The secretary was instructed to ;ell shooting gallery privileges and so. forth subject to the approval of the; city police. s Elton, Announcer D. H. Elton was' appointed official announcer and the age at which chil- dren could be admitted' at half price "was set at twelve years. Bills amounting -to 580 were ordered paid Those present were President G-. M. "Hatch, W. H. Fairfield, E. Adams, H. Boyd, Major Burnett, Gattrell, G-. H. Johnston, Gee. Houk Wl 0: Hutton, W. Oliver, W. H. Fairfield, A. E. Easton, J. F. Rog- fers, E. A. Cunningham and Secretary, J. .W. McNicol, Authorities Have .No .Right, to Pictures Being Shown. Minneapolis; Minn.; July The Rev; G. pastor of the Peo: pie's "church of this city, electrified his .sermon on "Why Jeff treating his theme from the standpoint', of sporting writer. .''He was -theicbn- gregation at parts ;0f. Ms "discourse. "There, are :fivej reasons why Jim Jeffries lost the fight said "He is too -old and he has been out of the game .too long. He liv- ed a -Me of luxury during Ms period, of non-fighting and that did not help him. "Then, again, he was'surrounded "by a bunch of fool trainers'" who "did not give him the proper advice and .spent more time massaging him than in giv- ing Mm the right kind of training, for a light. "Another reason is Jeffries' race hat- red. He was so anxious to win from the black man, hated htm so vigorous- ly, 'that he could not do himself jus- tice for .fear that he would -lose. "I wish. I'could see the fight pic- he said. "I could not see the fight, and I "dp riot finny it for any .governor or any mayor to stop the presentation of the pictures." He has equally as good, if not better values inside, _ V- f s and it will pay you to make enquiries if you need any- In Men's Clothing, or 'Shoes. A large assortment of 2 SMOCKS WORKING SHIRTS GLOVES, ETC At greatly reduced prices. MAN" Next door to the Eureka Theatre BOY DIES AFTER PRIZEFIGHT KILLED WILLIAM J. BRYAN IS DEFIED BY GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA. Shallenberger Says Fault FOP Wot Calling Extra Session of Legis- lature Lies With Commoner. Lincoln, Neb., July Ashton C. Shallenberger 'has declared his independence of W. J. Bryan and has set a precedent by being the first office hclderof importance in the Democratic party of Nebraska who has. taken issue with Bryan. Gov. Shallenberger, In a statement made public to-day, replies to the criticisms of Bryan for his refusal to call an extra session of the legisla- ture, and declares Bryan is himself to iblame 'because he did not "make good" in his effort secure the ne- cessary number of petitions to the extra session call. The governor says he is opposed to tke county -option plank in the state Democratic platform, and says Bryan is inconsistent -when, he de- mands it. Luge Assortment of Linoleum at a lineal yard STEAM HEATING A WHOLE TOWN. Brandon, July El- ectric Light Co. let a contract for the laying of the mains the big plant by which steam heating will "be tion of the city from the cen- tral station. NATIONAL At Fittsburg ..............4 4 2 New York............ 3 g 2 At Cincinnati Q 4. i' Boston............... 7 12 0 At St'Louis-r- St Louis.............. 1 7 3 Brooklyn 3 4 i At i g 3 Philadelphia............ 5 g o Second Chicago 5 12 3 4 10 2 AMERICAN At 4 9 2 i 4 i At Boston......... i 4 i Chicago..............'o 3 i Second Boston S g" s Chicago.............. 2 6 S At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 4 10 1 St. Louis.............. 5 11 3 At .Detroit 7 12 1 Washington............ 1 6 .1 EASTERN At Toronto.............. 8 12 1 Buffalo 5 8 1 Second Toronto 7 13 3 Buffalo 5 8 2 At sNewark........: 5 10 0 Providence............ 0 7 3 At 2 11 2 Rochester............. 4 S 1 At Baltimore 4 10 1 Jersey City.........'... 5 S 4 ASSOCIATION At Columbus.............. 1 5 1 Minneapolis............ 2 5 1 At Kansas Kansas City............ 8 11 3 Indianapolis............ 3 5 1 At Sf TOlcuO 0 I I St 2 2 At Louisville 1 5 3 Milwaukee 0 1 1 New York, July a boxing bout held in Mineota, L. L, last night, Hugh Brant, known, as "Kid a bell boy of 19, employed iii a Garden City hotel, collapsed in the fourth, round and died before medical. assistance could reach, nim. The a private affair, was held in a: room in the rear of the hotel bar. Brant's opponent was Tom- my Walsh, aged 21, from Tuckapoe, N. Y. RATTLESNAKE NORTH OF TABEH. W. M. Robson, while in tne district three miles north of Taber at the Bel- ly River Collieries, came face to face with a large rattlesnake. He im-; mediately despatched, the reptile and found on closer examination that its tail contained eight rattles. Residents of the district informed him that the species in question was rather plentiful around there. r You Are Cheating Yourself When You Go Anywhere-Else For The Slater Shoe You can't get the Slater the in stores controlling the sale of the Slater Shoe. You are simply cheating yourself "when yoit go to other stores and buy a shoe that is said to be the Slater Shoe. ;V Anyone named Slater can make shoes but such shoes cannot legally be sold as the Slater Shoe. The Slater Shoe did not make its reputation by trading on the name of any other shoe. It blazed its own trail It built its own reputation. It made the name Slater stand for quality throughout all Canada. The only shoe that is a genuine Slater bears the slate trademark. The only stores that sell the Slater Shoe display the Sign of the Slate. we this city sell the genuine Slater welted. HP W. E. BTJCHAK Local Agent. ROUND STREET ;