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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta deltvend, uocUut, delivered. Daily, one deliewd 2JO tJM Daily, aix motttha. by mall r, tbiee mail Hezald, oue year J5 1.W ehaufed aa utten aa atad; but both naw aod old addres be fifen. THE WOOL SITUATION Pincbcr Creek, July lord- Bishop Pinkhaiix of wus in town on Sunday ruid held a Coufirmation in St. hurch. Ten pre seuted by tha 'Rector, the Rev. W. G. Jamee, and, havLug promised to take upou theuxselvcs the usual vows re- quired by the church, were duly con- firmed. Tha other portion of the service was conducted by the R A. H. Bolt, of Miss Jackson and Mr. B. Jafikso; of Regina arrived in town week to visit their brothers who are In tht hardware business in Piucher Creek CRICKET AND TENNIS The Piucher Creek Cricket Clul has been reorganized and are holding two' practices per Tuesday and Thursday nights, at the Athlet Our report of the of. .icJftresaids. are a .Dumber local wool nifcu iudjcatus that.though capable exponents of the Jtrathcoiia and Edmonton aad aould have "been our citizens are justly proud of F. Swart and Uis for they gave the city of the best corner ia cbanged' recently when Hintou purchased from Mr. Bwj ry the lot ou: the corner of Main Si. opposite the block, TM old buiiding standing ou the lot Jor- merly used as a hardware store being reuiodcUed by the new owner Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnston oi Luthbridge, are sUying with Mr. and Mrs, E, T. Saunters or fair Valley Ranch near Pincher .Creek. JUrower of the GaietU staft is standing the week la with his brother, Archie Brower. Corporal Moses of the local Mout- ted Police detachiiient made a great the is not yet settled fair prices will rule.: Western wool is iu a class. by itself in the Canadian product and though there is not great Activity or rather very little activity.in Canadian mills they are fed principally by wools of the kind that is growii'in tue Lethbridge dis- trict. Though none of our wool goes into States our western market price is affected by the suiiie causes as tTnited 'States markets, that is, the London market, as both United States and Canada are importers of clothing wools. While Montana wools of last year running about 20 cents ours were selling at 15. A similar rela- tion of prices would give us 12 cents against 16 cents which seems about the average for Montana wools oi similar grade this year. The reason of, course that our wools are lower than United States is the absence oi tarifi on imported wools ot the kind we The only wool tariff levied at Canadian ports is on. vools such as Leicester, Cotswold, Lincoln and other wools and is only from 2 to 3 cents. As eastern Canada pro- duces a surplus oST this .wool the pro tective tarifi on wools is practically inoperative. It might, be reasonably expected thai the establishment of the3 loca woollen mill would Inake things bet- ter for the local producers as the us uig of the local product would sav double freight and it is hoped tha the local mill men will be hear from before the wool leaves the coun- try. The clip for the year is just .about what the local plant would require for a year's operations. town and a strong teuui can be se- ride last week'when he captured lected. Rumor has it that a team worst of the two who front Lethbridge is to be in town broke into the Great West Saddlerj shortly: to. play -the loc-Als but no Co.'s store at "Macleod and also into dates are as yet set. P" Spekh''s hoiise at Yarrow- The Tennis is another branch of athle- corpora! rodo 125 miles in hours tic sport that has been revived iu on one horse, Pincher Creek this season and-a num Messrs. R T. Ludtke and Briggs ber of our residents are to be seen arc back from the States on our new courts at the west end! went with a big shipment of of the enjoying this pastime collected in tuis district.: each fine evening. RETUHNS TO .Mr. Paul Surveyor, until recently ne of the members of the law firm f Kemniis and Surveyor, has return hato john .Herron's house and doing ed to his home in Montreal. Brfore I damage which has alrea he left, Mr. Surveyor was the guest f honor at a banquet given by the reported in -coluuins .of _.. occurred on Monday of the Pinchcr Creek Club before Inspector Belcher. A ilany speeches were made, and much of and costs was imposed in egret at the gentleman's departure; j each j.ase Cauttce, who Mr. Markley of the .Union Bau staff is back aftir a vacation-of tw weeks spent in Calgary." BOYS PUNISHED The trial cf lads Received Today u 111 Tk fcatlei Ca Iti NOTICE Bookkeepers and SUnog- I see (or your Blank Books Supplies New Stock, just Arrived tor: Gmi: lits No Order too Large No Order too Small I GET YOUR I ol pUnoIoite, orgafi, and voice production. ceeeiveu prepara- tory or advatteed. Coackiug for txami. Howard Crabb ni hrtktt Jb.: 1 TERMS ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECT I QMS and RtNTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Boom 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON A YOUNG Eng aitd expressed. Mr. Surveyor left Sunday. 011 j has anything Brown Pipes Vice Pres the The band went out to Pincher sta- ion on Wednesday night to assist at a concert given by soma of the ladies of that place.- Sir. R. UlcCutcheon, who is inter- ested in one of the oil companies near town is back from a three weeks' visit to the States. Mr. Jas. Schofield, one of the best- known old-timers of the town has to attend the Tercentenary celabra- gone east to visit friends and I ident, Samuel Larson; Recording Se- cretary, George, i-Johnson; Financial Secretary, A. J.-Manson; Treasurer, M. C. Skillicon; Floyd Green and Lundy. Mr. Kinney leases for Medicine Hat today. PICTURE OF CONTENT Alberta Realty Co Lethfiridge Albert! (3t) A. F. A. M., 6. R. A. .Regular meeting. night, the third Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting bretlirtn will always reesiTe a hearty welcome. A.C.MES8ER, G.V.BTORKEY, W. M. Secretary. P, O. -Box 537 Coal, Ice and tion at Quebec. A .JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Western Transfer Co. Come inland refresh Our Parlors are al- A GOOD PROPOSITION Lethbrk'ge, Aha., July 16, '03 Editor Lethbridge-Herald, understand there is a move- ment to increase the membership of the Citizens' the question arises, "Why can't the two bands in the city unite and make one good Mr. J. J. Scott has been appoint-! "It is the general opin- ed a Justice of the Peace and Mr F. J ion that had Lethbridge been proper- W. Forster, a commissioner for represented at Calgary there would ing affidavits. Mr. Jack Baillie, formerly with the off premier of second. Western Meat Co. has gone to Mac- To lovers of good music the solution seems to be the uniting of the two bands, and Lethbridge would have you here do lady steeped to the hps in a glass of our deligHmri Soda, with a fine stock of PUREST CONFECTIONERY within reach- yourself also, ways at your service; and.no thirsty traveller is sent away unsatisfied. Our famous Soda -isn't" the usual "shake, and let it got at that." It's a skillful combination of flavors, crushed fruits, genuine cream and Soda. -Here's to you. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor Office opposite Balmoral -TELEPHONE: 63 Meeta 1st and 3rd M o n (1 aya inK.of P ;Hall at 8 o'dodt. Visiting cordially invited. S. GVDAVIES, W.P. 24-ly ,T.J. WHITE, W.S Letkbridge Nest of Letlibridge No." meets the ;ftrit ol iil each month in K. -of -P.; G. V. 8TOKKEY, fiecreUnry. C. ROSS President. M. PEIE8T.- Junior a musical aggregation that could have" been no difficulty in carrying' "skin" anything in the province. "The baseball spirit is a and impressive said a New Haven barber. "Xexv manifestations of it continually crop up. 'Tad' Jon- the great Yale catcher, flopped in- to that red phinh chair there oth- er day. 'Shave, said I. 'No.' ss.id he. 'Throat cut. Yale lost.'7' A Sunday school teachor had in- Btructod her class that each child! should repeat a verse of Scripture' when offering was made. Thej plate containing many pennies had gone down the line when the child next the last said. "The Lord loveth a cheerful depositing a nieklc. Either the verses had givvn out or The child at the end of the br-nch was overcome at her neighbor's gen erosity, for she said, "A fool and hUh money are thoon KILLED BY DYNAMITE Kenora. Ont., July B. Gor- man was killed ye.stt-rday in a dyna- mite explosion in Welch's camp on the National Transcontinental rail- way. Nothing Succeeds Like Success Onr 20 per cent Discount Sale will continue until 1st August, and a portion of the bankrupt stock of Poole Bros, Co. will be included. This was bought at 39eon Therefore t leod to look after the company's bus iness at that place. RAIN STOPPED MATCH Get together, bandsmen, and see what can be done. Yours truly, HARMONY. renew was a good bunch of fans present to witness the promised strug- gle between the Y. M. C. and the Railway teams. But it did not come off. In tlu- first place the Railway manngfment did not do its end by gi-ttinp its strongest team o'n hand. O'Brien, the star twirler whom the fans wore anxious to sec pitted against Clark vas not there, and neither were j Culbertson or Barber and their plac- j 05 had to be filled by three men with-1 i out uniforms. Manager Bannermanj of the Y. M. C. thinking he had an extra hard game ahead oi him, had- got together as strong a line-up as Ibe leaders have fcver had. The sec ood reason lhat the was not 85 was because a rain-j strnwi came up in the second innings! and put a stop to it when the Y. M. C. had the big end of a 4-1 score. The rain soon stopped but in the meant imp Umpire Humphries had called the game. Admission to the next game will be tree as the manage- ment were unable to issue rain- checks last night. Brand Clothing: Climbing the always upward." PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. Tha-Fixtures are of tlie'fiiiest, most durable nickle plate, and such that yon could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have yon call and ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. tESS n To be dressed, docs not mean expensively dressed. You can be well dressed in Progress Brand Clothing at a saving of from 20% to compared with the quality. This label guarantees it G.W.GRAY HARDWARE' LCTBIBGE ALTA. Order ot Foresters fc. 262 Meets iii K. of P Hill Uit Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome' J. P. ROGERS, A. NEIDIG, F.S. LtTHB RIDGE COUMC. MO. C. B.. F. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M.iPBIE8T, E. K. Lodge Pride of -Alberta, No. 293. SM rt fcKfit Meet in of errry first and thinl Thnrednj in at 8 p.m. VMUng tivtbrvB ftlwayi W. PredT, Boi 5.7 c. Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIE CMOINCftM .tod and (oarth Mondays in month. -Employ -eertiftemVid en- gineers, and of etapfor wowW. 4o wdl to oommvnkMe iwiiir HOBKRT NEVIN, W. A. DIOKSON. ;