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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, EDNESDAY, JULY 21, M MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Siciliu Hermit 2. Mysterious Knight 3. Two Great Gifts 4. MMakiif O N' O- Huegel Bros. Those [2] funny fellows Miss Mattie Quinn The and Dancing Soubrette CoXTIXUOUif PERFORMANCE The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath an t Gtyn Streets ONE NIGHT ONLY, THURSDAY, JULY 22nd, POLLARD'S Opera Company The Cast includes the principal Star Graduates of the Pol- lard's Lilliputian Opera Company Alfred Gouldirig. Teddie MoNamara, Willie Pollard, Harold Fraser. Jack PolJard, Char- les Chester, Fred Pollard, Prank Cherry. Frank Chester, Eva Moore, Ada Hind. Emmy Davis. May Pollard and Eva Pollard. In Sidney Merry Musical Farce "WIDOW O'BRIEN" PRICES, 75c.. and GaJJery 50c.. Scats now on Sale at Higinbotham's Drug Store. CARDSTON MAN BROKE COLLAR BONE Was Scuffling With a of a Child Cardston.-July Owvn. Kinsr of Raymond, is in Oardston looking after the interests, of his Farm hero. Mr. Kin? has many friends in thu; lo- cality who arc always pleaded t sve him. Mr. Mark SpenctT aud wife and Mr. T. S. Low and wife, went to Seat- tle this week. Messrs. F. W. and E, Burton also went xo see the fair., j President Wood and party arrived' I home on Friday after a very pleasint j trip. The Wards and Branches of the! Stake in the Northern part were" in, excellent condition. At Claresho'lm a J new meeting house has been erected, j costing A new ward was or-1 iranized just east of Claresholm. j known as The Star Line Ward. The! party visited the fair at Calirary while! absent. j Mr. Phillip Sheffield j the Seattle Fair on yesterday's train, i He had a splendid time. j Leslie C. Cahoon, s-n of Mr. J. j C. C. Cahoon was brought from Beazer i tast week suffering from what appear- j ed to bo appendicitis. .Dr. Stacpoole i was summoned to the bedside and new states that the young man has ty-; phoid fever. I The infant of Mr. and -Mrs. Robert j SPORTS THE LATEST CREATK3M FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. Brwid SlwrVOe. SOLO BY LEADING MAOOY TOOKC 9MOS UNITO. MAMUMCTUKCKS or NECKWEAM AND IMPORTERS MEN'S CALLIHS WON BY A CLOSE SCORE The Callies met the football club that represents the Ancient Order of Foresters on the square hist nijrht in u league game. On paper tin- Cal- lies looked to have a license to put it over the A. 0. F. by 5 to 0 bur- the final outcome of tlu- in-her steps. It i date for the tie between the S. O. E. is safe to say that no one" who has the Callies to be played off. ever lived in this community has left The following will be the S. 0. E. a. sweeter memory or so saddened a i line-up for Thursday: will 'be larger T" .1 o rk -c- i .than ever as people have -come to j It the S. 0. E. win out the execu- 1. _- realize that the B. of: :R, T know the crowd people At 2 f or 25c. caa boy In Elk Brand umed RUTLAND." following- 'as .has Lucy Horwood. Filmer, goal; Wells and "Farris, The remains were followed to the: backs; Caldwell, Chiswick and'Firth train this evening ,by a large con- half backs; Smith, Barber Hotberton, course of j, who seemed loth to jident of-Baltimore, childhood the last i of the bridegroom. The i the. result of a pretty romance begun I in the province of Huelva, where the j jFernaus have The couple j J j met there several years ago while j Mr. Hall investigating several J mineral properties, in which the Per- j nau family and French and English capital are heavily interested. The bride made the journey of ten thou- j sand miles across the Atlantic Ocean and the American continent unaccom- panied and married the second f j day after her arrival. She came os? j 1 tensibly as a tourist and in the coursr of a long chat the day before the wedd ing was announced she-told an inter- viewer that while American men' have untold charms, they have the one fault of being frightened in the pre- sence of foreign women.. SMALL FIRE AT TABER Bishop Van Ormans Barn Look Good MISS EVA LADY WITH THE POLLARD OPERA CO. MONEY TO LOAN To Purchase or (Special to The Herald) Tabor, -July around Ta- ber are reported to be the best in the province and indications are for Build, or pay bumper crop this fall. Existing Encumbrances repayable in easy monthly or quarterly in-1 9-30 this morning flames atalments 'were seen issuinS from the 'barn of CMUDIIINJHiKBECK INVESTMENT SAVIN6S CAPITAL PAID UP............................. Full information on Application Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGC P. 0. Box 679 UPTON'S POOL ROOM la supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection f Basement of Oliver Block ly on the scene but found tdie flames to be beyond control, but they did good work in preventing adjoining buildings from catching fire. Several tons of hay and a large quantity of oats were destroyed. The loss of the barn, will mean considerable to Mn Van Orman as it was one of the best private in the town. As far is known at present the fire caused by some small boys who were plmying in the hay. Mr. and Mrs. J. Willard returned this morning from their honeymoon, which was spent in Minneapolis and her cities. We welcome young couple back to Taber, where they will nrake their future home. Tbe new brick block on Main street is nearing completion. It will be occupied by the Eastern Townships Bank. Mr. E. jVTalo is building a fine new residence south of the track. Mr. Wildman has the contract. This will be one of the nentest cottages in the i town when completed. Auction Sale of Horses, Cows, etc., on SATURDAY, JULY 24 At 2 p.m., :at Bonnell Fwrman's Livery Barn 10 Head Horses, Includ- ing mares and Spring colts, also two year- ling colts. 2 Cows 2 Yearling Heifers 1 Woodstock Wagon, wide tires, double box and spring seat com- plete. W. L WILSON Phone 189 Auctioneer Faunch and Joyce, forwards; Reserv- es. Bass and Radcliffe. Pincher Creek Here Today The Pincher Creek Football .Club play here today on the square. This is thf; return match between Leth- bridge City and Pincher, the previous 'game being played at Pincher Creek and resulting in a draw. The visi- tors claim to have a winning team this time, but the home team will have something to say about that. i The following is the Lethbridg? line- up: Boss, goal; Anderson and Welli, [backs; Firth, Chiswick and Mcllven- na, half backs; Rudd, Fairbrotrtr. White, Holberion "and Joyce ,or- wards. Kick-off at 6.45 and Mr. Tabrum. will have the whistle. "Badges .vie being sold to meet the expenses. how excursion so as to' Scottish Seat give the very 'best kind Of a. time and also that tihere is no better place to go for a good time than Crow's "Nest The train leaves the station at six o'clock 'tomorrow morning and the return fare is onlv 82.70 I :___.___'____. j London. July the bye-elec- ELECTIONS IN YUKON I tion in Dumfriesburghs. John W. Oul- Edmonton, Alta., July was elected with reached here that the'first for Duncan. Conservative, of the wholly elective council" for 1.5S5. Gulland was the Klondike had as fol-; thG seiiera: elections lows: !by vote of 2.Q35 over Glover, Con- There are. only five .constituency's 'sedative-, who received votes.- and each one elected two the electors being allowed to vote for- LIBERAL HOLDS SEAT any two .of. the-, candidates or to j St. John, N. July of for a favorite. White Horse, j the most hotly contested bye-elec- Robert Lowe and W. N. Phelps. South turns ever held in the Dominion re- Dawson, George Black and J. W. Murphy. North Dawson, A. W. H. Smith and Charles Bossayt. Klon- dike. -Max Landervillp. and Angits- Mc- Leod. Bonanza District, Frank Mc- 'Alpine and R...L. Ashbaugh. The Mounted Police are establish- ing- a subdivision at Entwhistle, west of Edmonton, with Inspector McDon- ald in change. suited in the election of "A. F. Bent- ley, as opposition member in the provincial legislature. It was by a close rpargin. as J. S.. Mosher. the Hazen Government candidate, was beaten by only 50 votes. Ed. McCormick was allowed out on suspended sentence for being drunk, and was -given twentv-four hours to get out of town. Replica Of First Steamboat CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New WjMtminiiter, Vancouver, Victoria LIMIT 60 DAYS on tale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, .Lethbridge J. E. PROCTOB, D. P. A., Calgary AOBJSAT JUVEK. New oYrk, July impres- sive ceremonies and before a disting- uished gathering, including many of the lineal descendants of Robert Ful- ton, a replica of the first steamboat ever put into practical service, the Clermpnt, was launched under the auspices of the Hudson-Fulton Cele- bration Commission at the Mariners' Harbor yards of the Staten Island Shipbuilding1 Commission Company. L. Woodford, pres- ident of the Hudson-Fulton Celebra- tion Commission, and an address, fMrs. Alice Crary SutcliftV a great-great-granddaughter of Rob- ert Fulton, was sponsor for the quaint i craft and its bow a silver fllligreed filled with water from the which Fulton drank than one hundred years ago. .the Clermont is an exact reproduction of the original vessel, which, was at first jeeringly referred to "Fulton's Folly" and has been built from the specifications j the old engine used in the original Clermont and during the Hudson celebration in fall will travel under its own steam up the Hudson to Albany. Despite its antiquated appearance, however the present Clermont will re- ceive a rousing ovation when it starts over the course which its much de- rided original took in 1807. For the upon which: Fulton obtained his sec- descendants of the persons who scoff- ond patent on October 2, 1310. It ed at the first Clermont will do their 150 feet long, 13 feet wide, 7 feet deep i best now to make up for the jeers Hijil uraws two feet of water. sides j arid ridicule which their foreinihers are almost straight up and down, hurled at the man whose rude craft and both ends are wedge It j revolutionised the marine traffic of will be equipped with, a replica of j the-world. ;