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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MMF. TWO THE LCTHBHIDQt DAILY Ht.MLD, TUESDAY, JULY 20, II Daily Herald 900; and the constituency was also represented by a Conservative from 1895 to 1900. It is therefore, by no means certain, says the Winnipeg Free Pres, that Mr. Martin has a sure thing: but he certainly will have a the Edmonton end of the situation. The climax of the trouble in the Cul- gary police is largely due to their handling of several gambling cases during fair week in which, three men, Hill. Holmberg and Edwards Established December, 1907 j Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawiul its office, Bound St.. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Director and Editor lie consented to be slaughtered. r Subscription Rates oae year, delivered Baily, six months, delivered 2-00 Daily, three mouths, delivered l.CO j Daily, one mouth, delivered.....851 Daily, one year, by mail.....3.00 j Daily, six months, by mail 1.75; Daily, three months, by mail.....s51 iddiesses changed as often de-j tired, but both new and old ad-j dresses must be given. WEEKLY fcblished every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the wor'.d's news of the week, local, and foreign. j One year, in advance _- Six months, in advance Three months, in advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD j ie on sale at the following places: I Sagd, J. G- Kobertson j A Co., J. D. Higinbo-..haiu Co.. j J. J. Johnston.. R. W. Ham-; ilion. J Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L., McCrea. Bros. Dm- Book Co. J. Stafford. Fernie, B. E. Stsddaby. Cranbrook, Atcniscu., L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. Verts. Side Lights j hours to the city. Edwards, first charged under the criminal code, had the information changed to ono under the city bylaws and was off un Cue and Holm- be rg was also released without any trial. For the lux way in which these cast-s were handled the Calgary press strongly denounced the Calgary po- lice, the Chief suffering most severely Ate the Ribbon (St. Thomas Times1) A young man visiting in St. Thom- as recently ate the ribbons tied aruund at hands of the papers, a sandwich served to him at a party j comes the Edmonton side of here. He was very p.'lite. and didn't j tho case Edwards, who is known lo- iike to ask what, the ribbon was as "Rlondyke was also and so he ate them. As he had at j ;n Edmonton by Chief of Po- least four sandwihees it is estimated j jjce x.ancey for practicing a fish pond that he devoured fully three yards of j ribbon. We have so often had occasion to point oat the blunders made by visiting London people that we charitably refrain from saying where this unfortunate young man was from. GET THE EXHIBITS j The success of the Agricultural aiety Fair on August 10, 11. and 12 j cannot all be made on those days nor; can it be attained entirely by the di-j rectorate. The success of the fair de-1 penes upon the several exhibitors, j When tli exhibits are in the direc-j tors can do their share toward mak-j in? the lair a success from an agri-j culiural standpoint. Now is th-e time for the farmers and gardeners with frain. vegetables, stock, poultry and other things on the prize list- to start getting ready for the show. A prize list will show that the prizes given make it worth one's while from a'fin-j axicial standpoint to take active part! m the exhibition. But aside nxm i that side it is a duty of thcr- wh- the stuff suitable fur v j t.. it." The i.'.i. a recognized means of publi- j city. People come to the fair froml parts to see what the country can j and when the stuff is not j there they naturally come to the con-j elusion that the country has not got! It and thereby get a wrong of the country. While a great -deal of the responsibility rests upon the directorate, the people of the city mad district should recognize that! tfiere is a. responsibility resting upon them to make the fair the success it to be to represent the country Ijroperiy. EDMONTON SIDELIGHT ON CALGAHY TROUBLE Chief of Police Lancey Wanted Cal- gary Officials to Hold Man for Whom Warrant Wad Been Issued, But He Was Let Ednu-ntcu, July corni.-ctiou with the action taken by the Calgary city commissioners in asking Chief of Police English of that, city to resign.. an interesting sidelight appears from Now We Shan't Be Long Two shipments of Paper Back Novels are almost here, mimberini: SCO vols. Meantime why not clear us ont of that line of goods at Half Price NOW ON" COUNTER Ladies' Home Jonrnal Woman's Home Com- panion Green Book Munsey Pacific Monthly Little Jonrneys Etc., etc 111 PC vnr 0 fi, Our clerks stop work- at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour came at the Edmonton fair, hi which it was alleged that one man alone had been buncoed out of in a few minutes. The Edmonton police ascertained that Edwards had gone to Calgary and at once wired Chief of Police English on July 3, last, ask- ing him to make an arrest as a war- rant was issued in Edmonton. No re- ply was received to the telegram and it was not until several days that Chief Lancy learned through the Ed- monton press that- Edwards wns ar- r-'srrd in the southern city. He at foimnunieut'xl with the attorn-.'y-gen- eral's department, point hip out h w Calirary police had itrnor.-d his telegram. The result was thai the de- partment instructed Superintendent Dean of the K.N.W.M.P. to take the matter up and have Edwards return- ed to this city. Car of Buffalo Brand Rolled Oats On track to-day The Bentley Co. Ltd. mil Retail Phone 93 lETHBIIOEE COALDALE- j Coaldale, July picnic at i the school house Thursday evening was well attended and every one seemed to have a good time. There i was an exciting ball game umpired by Rev. Lytle, after which refresh- ments were served. Chas. Allen of the C. P. E. land department at 'Winaipog is here looking up grains and grasses to be i used for advertising purposes. j William Bennett, of Greely. Colora- do, accompanied by Supt. Evans of the irrigation company, was looking I over this part of the country Satur- day. Mr. "Bennett predicts a great future for the irrigated land here. Leroy Cokely is surveying at Bow Island! The Ladies' Aid will be entertain- ed at the 'Mac Alberta Farm Wednes- day afternoon. Mrs. T. S. McKenzie was the hostess. Mr. Knapp arrived Thursday from Minnesota to visit his sons. Arthur Stewart is enjoying a visit from his father. They will leave soon on a trip to the Coast. John Ley is in Montana busi- ness. Miss Gertrude Heighes was shop- ping in Lethbridge Saturday. WEEDS TOO PLENTIFUL The noxious weed problem is al- ways a big .one and from the appear- ance of some of the fields Southern Alberta will be bigger. than ever here if .farmers are not careful. In the coun .try along the A. E. I. line there! aie hundreds of acres of. grain thati .fir literally covered with mustard. farmers it is true are ijjfattghing under many acres of the worst .of it but for their own- sakes well as the sake of the community more fields should receive strenuous ami heroic treatment.. The one thing that jKiU, .more than any other, kill Hie good name, of Alberta, grain is the reputation of. being mixed .with foul seed. Hitherto the reputation of Al- berta grain has been very it is in the interests 01 the farmers to co-operate with the to see to it that the grain is kept clean IThere is an abundance -of work for the weed inspectors and it is up to the men. whose interests are mainly con- cerned to protect those interests by keeping after th- inspectors and see- ing to it that the w.--eds in their sev-{ era! localities an- properly attended I ___'____I OUR POINT OF VIEW Saskatchewan will spend fiv-o inil- sions on. its buildings Saskatoon that city i? doing itsj best to get the permit taken out thisj year so as to boat tlu- rest of Cana- da with its buildincr fisrurc.-. TALK ABOUT CUT PRICES OH SUB READ THE FOLLOWING AND THEN COME AND EXAMINE THE GOODS TRIS BEATS INYTHIKG IN LETHBHIDGE MEN'S PATENT CALF, VELEUR CALF, TAN VICI. KID cut or. button! Regular Sale price ...........----r Many of the above are travellers' samples are -made the finest selected materials.. ._..-' MEN'S OX BLOOD cut. Regular Sale MEN'S OX BLOOD Sale price -.........._. MEN'S PATENT CALF LEATHER Sale MEN'S VELEUR CALF heavy soles. Regular Sale 20 PER CINT. OFF ALL MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S TAN FOOTWEAR HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY "It the business of Orange order to develop broad-minded men j not was declaration of I Bev. Basil Thompson, pastor of Rose-1 mount -Mothoclist :Church, Ottawa, at; the list j He had, he said, very little use for a i man who r-ead only Toronto Mail and Frmpirt? and to look at a. Liberal pappr. The Ottawa Froc Press! is afraid that the Orange order is not j always attending to. its and that there a number of mom-j bers ol that order come under Mr. Thompsons description o{ "use-' less" j Joseph Martin has been nominated! By the Liberals to contest East St. J Fancras, of the Lonuon wnatit-j upon. Tafe occasion.of the next election. This seat is at present held fcy a Liberal, who had a majority of two thousand in 1006. This sug- a safe seat bnt tho London con- ies are very uncertain .quanti- ties. In the previous' parliamentary Conservative in East St. Panms was over Gait Coal flRDERS for GALT COAL left at the General Office of the Company "will be delivered to any point 'within the City Limits at per ion Cash must accompany order in every case. The Alberta Railway Irrigation Company t THE HYGIENIC BAKERY Is now occupying one of the stores in the J Brown building facing Crabb Street, Our bakery in the North Ward will be open for business as usual. The very best on hand at both stands PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK FOR AMATEURS We can guarantee the greatest number of good photos on your films if we develop them, also the best results from each if we do your printing. Long experience at this work alone enables us to do this Bring us your next roll of film, you will be more than pleased with the results. The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist Phone 445 Graduate Druggist And Optician Night Bell Place Tour Orders for See the big shipment of Crockery have just placed in stock m H. McXILLDP CO., Successors to THE J. BROWN CO T 4 f ....WITH.... JAS. FRAME Satisfaction Gruaranteed PHONE 289 Coal, Ice and i I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. J LONG-BROS.Proprietors J Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 HIP. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone ISO Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J.'F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge Earl Grey sailed on the Empress of Ireland Friday for- Canada. Before sailing he said that five years ago Canada was apathetic on the ques- tion of defence, but now she .was most i TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES l Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, ream, from SI Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Cai: and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. A Fruit Farm in B.C If you think you would to have a fruit farm in British Columbia, or a "summer home'' where you can fish, shoot, boat, swim and enjoy life generally, come in and get our prices and terms. You can manage it because we make it easy for yoti. We have 1-4 acre lots for "sum- mer just large enough to allow of growing your own garden stuff and fruit trees, etc., if you wish to, in addition to larger tracts for regular orchards. Come in and let us talk it over ,with, you or let us know you are interested and we will go to you. We don't want to bore you but just simpiy explain matters and tell you what we can do if you want any of this land. Our next excursion, party leaves Lethbridge, Aug. ,7th. Calgary Branch, Aug. 6th. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent Box 679 Whitney Block f General Teaming j We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- f faction guaranteed. If you. need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, ring me up en Phone 201. Coal delivered C.O.D., WM. TAYLOR I WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. WELLINGTON Broi. Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Bos 644. f Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Koyal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD LODGE PRIDE Of ALBERTA, No. nf Eifilqnfi Ouiii OT blyiiiiO ociiciu oOCiBlji Meets its the Oddfedllowi' every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W, J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. Box 67. Meets 1st and M o n d ays in K of P Hall at o'clock. Visitinc Dretliren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly (3US NEIDIG, W.8. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masjmc Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, W.M. G. V, Btorkey. Secretary, P. 0. Boi 637. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Reserve ................................-..............S.OOO.POO D. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Special attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits ol and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date deposit. LETWBRIDGt R. 3EATLE, Begin Block, Roaud St., -beside .Bentley's Store. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp' No. M589. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Dickson; Clerk. N. Bowsett. UNDERTAKING ADDISON Under and Embalmers. The oldes' established business in the city Phone 103. Office and residence ,121 Crabb St. Parlors open da; and night. T 8. 0> RECTOR AN-D EMBALMER-Car riages and equipment new and ai to date. Parlors opposite fire hall Open day and night. Phone P. 0. Box 493. DR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. SWJ; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Bert- path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANi Street. a.m.. 2.3. 741. DR. A. tud rooi.n. Stafford Block. Office 12, 7-d.80. Phone night sod 277. K. J. E. Surgeon. Accoucner, Block. 9 a.m.. 11 to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day %DO night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR. M.D., C.M.-Special- -wt. Eye. Ear, Nose and Thrnai Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Alt. Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES Graduate. Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Agnew Block, Rooms 6 and e. Hours MISS G.A.DAINTY-Graduate has opened a prlvte maternity hos- pital on Wallwork St., near he El- lison .mills. Phone 269. MUSIC MADAM Pi- aniste. organ ana voice produe tion. Visits or. receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coachiuj, for exams. Howard HOUFC. Urahb Street. MR.. ALBERT ELY-Pupil ni ur Briggs, M.A., Song Singing end Voice Culture. Pupil of Ohas. Hancock. Esq., F.R.C.O., LJU.M-. Organ and Theory. Voice culture! pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for COD- certs, banquets. reeitaK etc. Termi on application. Box 690. Leth- bridge. Aha. H. MACMILLIAN-Pn. pil of Henri Verbruggea, of Itaiy; Carl Simios, of Berlin niany. High Class Scotch music specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets concerts, etc. For terms ap ply Royal Collieries LEGAL L. M. ana Solicitor, unace adjoining Omoa Lethbridge. SI MMONS to W. C. Simmons. Barristers, So- licitors and Notaries. Money to loan. W. C. bunmoca S. J. Shepherd C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C. D.C L Barrister, Solicitor. Etc.' Conybeare Block. Lflthbridge. Ai-' berta. H A. j. bolicitor, Notary. Room 14 Staf. ford Blk. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Boom 5, Whit- ney Block. Phone 205 ARCHITECTS AND VM. T. W-l LLIAMS-Architect. Whit- ney Block: Late of Williams' Bros., Architects, Detroit. F. B. Boom 6. Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street. Lethbridge Alta-. W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating arid ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc., Managei Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. ED.T.B and build- er. Estimates cheerfully given. pairs and alterations executed at the shortest notice. Box 730, Leth- bridge, Alta. R. E. engine-st and contractor. Lighting and pow, er installatt ms. Plans and specifi- cations, McKeown'g Hard ware. Phone 302. GEORGE and builder. Estimates free. Repairing and alterations a specialty. Tem- porary office City Bakery, Ford St. or Box 355. City. 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 Address Lethbridge P. 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, alteiations, Box 519 G. C. Toronto) Builder and contractor. Estimates promptly furnished on all kinds of buildings; prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Room 7, .Oliver Block. 141-6 IERBERT for foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and ail kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Box 630. City. J. W. and build- er. Special attention to repjtir. work; Office and residence 612 Cpurtland St. Bos 173-56 THE FRANCIS for residences, stores and office, fittings. All kinds of repair work promptly attended to. Apply Box 40, Herald Office. ;