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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR LETHBHIUUE PAH.T JULY 25, 181? ttbc Ictbbrtbije Tberalb fllKcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDUE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th Street South, Lelhbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Misusing Director Torrance Manager TELEPHONES Sutlnels Office........... Editorial Office 1252 122-! will whoop It up ajaiust F.'iglaud lo justify Hie slaushii'r ol Ihe League imd iDCiilcnlallv to Iv.g the ]r.Ei vo'.e si'.J iho pro-German vote: aint. wnile Hie triumph, humanity will suffor. Fur niih :he of Nations abandoned.- Ens'-iah-speaKinB will have lo spe-uJ their ene-sles In and preparations for wars Thi> whcle l.ibric ol Ihe plan to chock Ihe progress cf hnmanliy is pa the licilou ot .England (he Cruel Step-liioPjer." li is hard to imujjine (ho parly Roc-sevcll taking ihe un'.iDrillsh at- utuik' bui ihi'ri' are evidences every- -.vhoro la Ihc United Slaios thu sou is being mttaked by his imliUMl onAhi- ground thai he has i 3 tool of llie'British.- Of course Activities in the Eastern Town of the Peo- ple in the Hoi Summer Days K-Tii Our Own runs were made, then Hurdelt ona each In the noil two Innings ana three in tbe nest one, while How Island made cuo ii> tho seventh and two In (he eighth. Score, at close. 5 to S In favor o! the visiting team. Ou Wednesday after ilie afternoon Chaulauqua session a tall same played between the Veterans and Us business men. While U was not is good a game as a league one, there was lots of sport, nnd such games lead fo good fellowship as well as giving good eierclse. Tho score this time was reversed from Satur- day, tbe business men winning, (he score being IS to. 13. Chautauqua, Wednesday Tho afternoon session was opened ISLAND. Ohau- liy llie craven Concert Company with taui'ua opened here today with fair a' half-hour concerl. giving both in Ij.-i-u a icol of llie British.- Or course pfospecls of ihe committee being able] Blrumental and vocal selections. A tiie Solo u-.is'Men'almost wholly make ihc amounl guaranteed ot Fred Dale Wood V, it'il-e RenubHrni" from the sale of tickets, and it tb.eollC of Washington's lawyer Democratic aua jt. Utpuuicjii. Dro.5ram Is as.good most eloquent mei (Member. Audi! Bureau ol Circulations Subscription Rales: Daily, delivered, per week .....f -1> Pally, delira-ed, per year ......i.S'J Daily, by per year -Weekly, by mail, per year l.a'J 'Weekly, by mail, per year lo b.S. ;.co Ru'fhvvell People Eager For (he School a Oufiils Move North fFrom O-. MACLEOD, Own July orrMpf Wednesday JCKED UP IN ASSING FOll TUB BUSY MAN rrorn ttio saio 01 iu-i.otb. nuu n iiic one or balance cf Ihe program Is as gooJ nmj ono 0[ the most eloquent mei as wliat has boon plvcn. ihcy certain- America, gave his leclure, "Th ly will have no difficulty to uinkeU ott (ho Hill." Ills InlroJuclu good. laik to Ihe children won their alien Tiie .-.fienioon performance opened aud his descriptive language, to- wilh Iho llelles. and, while gether wilh his clear pronuncla Ion ihe crowd was not so large, yet U was and pleasant manner, held tne allsa- appTL'ciative, and Sergt.-Msjor Robert lion ot the audience. His chief point C'aruie gave a short laic on tne war. i was mai success ia ui bm Ihe evening program was eicep- lit cnousb to slrlve (or it. oui tionilly goad, tho Liberty Relies being wishing Is net sntticienl. Dites of of subscriptions ap- 'pear daily on aadreis Abel. Accept- Knee ol papers alter cspiralion date b our authority to continue the sub- icriptlon. BETTED PAY.FOR FINANCE1 MINISTER. sufficient emolument iiostVcabYnot poslllons at Ottawa but U isr-log- lillle for the- Finance Min- ma.n .who- assumes Ihe re- of'financing -the Domin- ion Issntely worth .as much as.Uie hesd pi an insurance a trust com- pany or.'a' bank. Canada .will never Ullraci'arj.aplci.msu 10 this portfolio nntil it pays him a'salary comrr.en- burate." with the importance of lh-_- In Greal Britain the pay "ot Cabinet Ministers is graded according id Ine imporlauce of tie department and it "should be the same. In Canada prejudice it csainsi Wilson it bo gooJ -parly taciics bul il is cheap politics. U would seem thai for the sate of ruining Wilson politically the Republicans would chanco that ,el j aiij sergr.-.MRjor nuDeriiiioa 01 mo since America emcred" iho war. ol Cjruie Eave n short talk on Ihe war. was la want bringing thoul a better understanding between the two' sreal Anglo Snon Dospiio the character of iho cam- ,aiira: lhat has been wased VVootlrcw Wilson during his absence at Ihe Peace Conference, press des- I-atuhes wuulil lhal be is giiniug grounJ since his return. He lias certainly made headway in tlie Senate wilh the Peace Trcaiy and Ihe evening n very enthusiastic meeting for Ihe1 Ralhwell school house, some six miles soulh- west pt Maeleod. The school was full, and nil the adjoining dlstrlcls were represenled. Each and every delegate was In favor of Irrlgallon, aud each aud every 'man wauleU Irri- gation at once, tonlgitt If possible. So strong was Iho feeling lhal the meet- ing was unanimous In favor of urging the government lo hasten the burveys for this purpose al once. The senll- menl of tie meeting will bo forvard- nilly goa, to ery ees wsn s appri-ciatcd ibat tiicy. found it dlf- In Ihe evening the Craven Concert le ro- lo appease tha audience And of Company furnished Ins whole pro- IlfLlll IO HpptatU LUU nuulcm-u I somewhat delayed the' 'address of grim, in which, as In the afternoon, Carnle who when lie ap they used twelve musical Instrument, reared gave-Ihem a descriptive out-1 The company consists of Mr. Lraven line of Iho work ot the army.al Galll- BnJ his four daughters, The program poll aud describiM-all Ihe horrtrs of was varied aud well rendered, ervery- unforlunate venture, and one one enjoying each number given, as could picture Ihe torlure ot tho bravelthe enlhusloeric. handclapplng maae toys who nobly gave theLr lives at that clear. place His address-was so full ot the Miss Isabel Whitney and Jlr.. i. goneUvtiilney and Mr. Vogwell relurnBl events lhat our boys, have Prague oi Nalious and it he succeeds; lhat those who had -never. r- i obtaining endorsatlou tor tlie treaty been fully lold the trulh.pf what had Kcck. They made Ihe motor '03 SMmonlon the latter ot last i hostile U will inafce him tronser poliiically than ever. Tlie Canadians look Vimy nidge and le Frencli are appreciative, enough o lell them lo keep it. beoi done by Ihem Wondered at Ibo End were accompanied on the relur.n courage shown and was BlW lhal the trip by .Miss Lorraine Veale, a former horrors were at an end. It-icier In Ihe public school here. He spake on ihe unity of the coun- Yesterday afternoon at her nolnB iries and Ihe time, when war should easl ot Bow Island passed awoy the be no more and that-all men-would beloved wife ot Mr. ITed Harris. Mrs. be at peace- as being the tlnal.ata.for Harris has teen In delicate heallh lor I time, having but recently re- Cut the green weeds; they may put ninny an animal through the fall and discussing Hume London, a possible Cronyn. Minister wh'ich .the'war was waged and won. welcome Ihe.ChaulauQua, ome turned Irom Medicine Hat. where she LABOR AND THE INDUSTH1AL CONFERENCE. Certain labor leaders .are alread> fCUve.campaignicg against partlcipa proposed [nduslrial cpn any reason what they it Is a capital Jsttc Ediem? to entrap, Isbor. It .i this kind of suspicion ever prcvalenl 1i.al does'moreHo TiVevent an under 'ttanaingt betweenl employer an smpioyeJ "than anything else we knb; TVe will never be able lo solj as me .lo triisl one another. U is_ln. are.both jo 'hfame for the" thsS exists, .but are men big enough arid.-broad .enough in Ihe ranks', of to reach in' tRaerslaiidiiig'-. ti'a'l -nj'll orercome the .'and> bring pboul influs- trial; h'annmyr-'-EVen'-if- the, conftr- a capitalisUc Save nraiuy Svto wirald base'pu "of-Vhe, cjiaricter.' inclnuatert. teep'a.away-from the CQEterciice, will have' a" good'deal of eipfalpinc to do to. theigeneral- pubiic- -.-'iV-lis-TraBTieniSal- public' lhat. is Ihe Its -oplalo'ii'lprerinij -Let ihe! ibhterence serioasly and 'if-H is unreasonable dictatorial' and nol prepared 10 )ie conciliatory, il can say.so.and tbe r'inance. tbe Financial Post classes him as a Conservallve. In that if is listoSen. Ho is a Liberal-Unionist.. .We welcome ie.aunq.uiu _. turne rom e The Ladiis' Aid pt Ibe United had been receiving treatment 1 ho church met at the homo of How- hate Mrs. Harris was quite well and ard Murray, on Loucks -street, last favorably known in this nnd tho Thursday afternoon! where a social nifml dislricl, and Ihe hearts of their afternoon was spent.' at the close of hiany Irlends go out in sympathy to iwliich the assisted by her tbo bereaved husband and family ot sister. Mrs. B. P. LuJtke. served a refreshing lunch. There were aboul i mnerai ism ut.u twenty-five ladies in attendance. The ternoon at 2 o'clock from Ihe family 1 J. A. Virlue and Ills son Dell are business visitors lo Maeleod and are glad lo be back in soulbern Alberta AV. Damon and others are shipping Ihelr stock norlh to have them- lei nnd wlnlerad. They have also shipped their haying outfits norlh, where lhe> have a 'lease, and will cut hay nnd pasture their slock. Also shipping feed hero for lite slock at home. The boys' lYvo-day outing at Iho In vllattoii of tho Rev. W. A. Lewis wa .sderf a success, the, only regret be ng by Ibc boys that Iho lluio wa too short Swimming three times, day. eating three times each ilay, Jlslt Ing, with olher games, and a frlendl round the-tnblo lalk in ihe evening suited the 40 boys fine. Two boy left on ihe morning ol Ihe second das because they "If we are a home we can go swimming any tini like, but here we can go only Hire tinies each day." Just nnother strik Tho summer school held at Macleo was a success BO tar as tho finance went, In thai It paid its own wa spent all tlie money at home, an A lobslcr caughl al Ilockland, Me., was three feet long !5 pounds. While court was in session il De- Irolt a pickpocket stole {27 from a wilucss. The sun's rays retlcclcd from a tin pall set to a house at Sandusky, idl Scranton, Pa., minors will demand j pero cenl. v.-age with B i-Lour day. Chicago school teachers will get. o minimum salary wllh n yearly ucrease ol Jio for five years. Jos. R. lloyer, Inventor of the Ice ream soda, ribbon candy and other confections. Is dead at Lancaster, Pa. The church with free lemonade, for UcnJauts at Sundry services has uade Us appearance in Springfield, II. Cardslon leads with a decision, on a soldiers' memorial. Their proposal seems'lto'be vfry. sensible. ing tounlajn will serve humanity just as Ihe slaia soldiers in whose memory It js to be seired' humanity. We are surprised that therq were delegates at. the .U. F. A., meeting in neit ineeiing will'bo held in St. An-1 residence, drew's.church on Thursday, July 31st. Mlss Lucile McLaren was a guest at the home or Mrs. Werts for a cou gave no big salaries to any stranger The entertainments were all fir class, and the' spenke-ra Ihe best ihaljmcnl. could be had, and the school commit-' 5750 mysteriously disappeared troni he safe of the queen's Royal Hotel nt Niagara on-the-Lake. Clifford Goulin. Chalham. sustained painful Injuries when Ihe street car 10 was driving crashed into a freight Irahi. Itufus Earl was re-appolulcd chle of police for Blenheim afler being dismissed for neglect ot duty. Kenneth Patterson, clghl years oh was drowned at lirockvillc while pin; Ing on the breakwater at Island Park Liquor dep.lcrs arc planning to ope ale n between Ihe U> S. an IJermuda and dispose of Ihclr stock on the boats. American brewers who sought pc mission to make beer in Aleilco been refused permits liy lhat Coven pie ol days last week. Saturday, July 10th, was very quiet here owing to many, a'ltfacllons else REORGANIZE "LITTLE BLACK DEVILS" WINNIPEG, July UCrc OwlDE LO ma.il v tiii] atLiuii3 ciac where In Ihe afternoon the'Veter- lion ol the old 50th' batlallon, known ans and business men.played a game as the "little Black Devils" was stirled of baseball which resultd In the Vet-Ul a meeting here last mghc. A con- hcinp' 15 I 11-1 Ihe oblCClS Ol tee are sallsflcd wilh the results. H. Thompson, who purchased an Irrigation pump, has H Installed and In running order. H. C. Bell is doing good work wllh his ouifit. H. Barnes, one of Ihe Maeleod boys who really returned from the war, hns :aken a in W. M. Campbell's Highest Quality Fairest Price And a (guarantee every Inslrunien', hacked by over 60 years' fair dealing with the Canadian public. That U the record of. MASON S. RISCH A poor piano never Is cheap at any price. Mason lUsch tells tho best on easy terms. MASON Balmoral Block "The Home of lh> law office. r-rans winning, tie score being 0.17. Calvary vrhc. objected-'. to the lurposes I UL a t 1? Etitulion was adopted, the objecls ol lr. 1 [he association being to collect relics. The annual picnic of Ihe .Women's souvenirs and data ol the war, and to Institute was held In Jlr; act ln conjunction with the regiment beautiful gjoj'o activities and to secure nubn. -Though employment tor members! ii4t large, yet those' who attended.re- ROrt h'av.ns hod'a APPROVED MEASURE PARIS, July chamber, o deputies today voted approval of tho pe'raiy" wn Calgary Mitphell served ice cream on lea.'.' mbtprisls'.sing on. Iheir way Ihe motor concvenUon here. The -party after mitfy ordeals over' punctures and engjne trouble arrived and at p. m. It was a case' of Lethbfidge wait-. icg ary on 'Thursday., The Alberta Motor League. billed for ten in the mornipg'iwas pul off lo .Ihe ttcrnoon nnd" again to o'clock n Ihe evening to await arrival ot Ihe Calgary delegaitk But at that time here was- no sign of the wanderers. wu I today VOteu approval ui iiiu A ,'v: -ovcmment's declaration on measures The BOT 'Island ball.teajii old'not to prohibit fraudulent importn- in winning-eilher. manufactured pronucts from jiubll .very promplly- render REFUBLICANS-AN.D.THE VOTE..! It usa-1 :to be thai iarty in Ihe L'niled SUlej was more (ricnilly.'. lo ;Creat Brllaiu than Ihe IJemocratic parly, but.if what Wlllism Ihe' Emporla. Gazelle, has -to say til 'an in the New Europe Is correct, the .ilepublicans are, now playing for the Vote and wilh 'anti-Uritlsh who Is a himself, produce Ibe here ilis from his arTcle: "Just now a strong nntl-Brillsh icurronl.ls running In Auierlran poli .lies.'--The have "recently turned tailtwislern and Idve Jo bait Ihe BriUih lion in campaign gone out hopelully to ite Irish vole. They are thrifty souls, 'are scooping up Ilia Irish vote .While" digging pj.ts ior President "Thilr jamei Is Ih'is: they must iio- teat tho Jjeagnc ol Kations In ihe Arnerlcan Senate by proving lo the people lhal (lie. League'. IB t BHtlih device lo rule the world .prove tbat, It beco.nes neceasary i- to .convince the Americans that Orfa' ErlUln'li a grasping oppressor cf un T. :Sflllliig''capllvo peoples. The Irish Ihe esample need :'.'-ei' America Is filled wilh men and of Irlsh'hlootl whose Irailitlon wllh Irish slorles ot Ireland' In-other days and times. Tho .to-day of a nallon 'or freedom Is filgry to fructify the anil-British MnUineii Implanted .In American" school-histories of ihe In-l 'ifS.' sind watered .by Ihj flld-lilesLW IrcUntl's wrongs. tiiiAniericanif, thus aroused i-NilloiM fdrBrillah Imperlul may r'lose, hcfida artel purmil parllsan Mhallcs mid Jealousy lo o.-vKal'itlpay.oii: Dl..0i4. 111 that W. I'jjns'hs, President of the Alberta Motor League, put the reason'of mem- bership' in a motor league very plain- ly when "Gelling o'n-.jrour'car .won't bake her climb hills any'heller or mn-'a'by it "will' show lhal when you have enough money to buy a car. roil arc-willing I" contribute a trifle to get a good road lo run It on.'1 The Uniled SunJajrschool usual-last Ovfini Boy Scouts being away, at the attendance wns not so large.... Lovely bourruets of white carnalions and also poLs of white geraniums were placed in the church, by Dr. Pnlerson; In mom- bry of Ihe lale Mrs.' Tn the evening-Mr. -Elford, of Tlnr- dett, took charge of the services, in the absence ol Itev. V. M. Gilbert, who was at cozip vflth the---Boy Scouts. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hell silent Sat- rday at the Scout .camp. Mr. and Mrs.. W. .pilfer speul the week-end with Ihe Scouts at their :amp. ,'JIr. Elmer Still motored to Ihe Seoul camp on Sundav, returning on Monday. Scoulinasler Her. V: II. Gilbert nnrt Ihe Scouts have spend ing' aA pleasa'nl On Monday nlghl the Greal- War lion ot manufactured pronucts from Germans', which was presented by Elienne Clementel, minister o! com- erce. The government's measures as ex- plained by M. Clementel were design- ed to protect French workmen who might suffer Ihrough such Importa Lancc-Corp. J. Horncr arrived home during the week. He is one of the boys who enlisted in Ihe 131h, aud was IrMsferred !c the 47lh. He was wounded and spent some lime In Eng land, but returned to tho firing line and saw Ihe end ot Ihe war In Llcul. A. Grler, who enlisted in Aus iralia, Is on a visit to his parents, after coming through the war without a wound. Pie. H. Walshe Is home, hale nnd he puts it, having served ns time to the end of Ihe war, and seen miicb service for King and Coun- Major Stedman arrived home a tew days ago, having spent the tlmo since HIGH RHYME3 western men this winter-tlm cheery the church bell chime; be full hope or full of fear when" nignls are long and days are dreart'll'rf Ir'uo: Ihe crops have-gone Well, they're gone, there's nothing'more to" tell. So vrhafs the use lo frel and fusa nhd use a [UUC-T- al face to cuss? Man solved the prob- lems of Ihe sea and of Ihe air with encrgy-and he.will lind in our dls- tress a [leia'for other men's success which can't be soon unless we're Ireeil from cares concerning food and teed So put tho-funeral face, aside and le' he smile abide. It helps lo pass Iho lime away and fortify Ih- 3oul loday lo smile and lell som gad galoot there's plenty for all anf. pome to boot. Then pass around lh' smlleful cheer whtrl nights are Ion n Veterans' Associalion In Ihe l.O.O.F. hall here, hall hat been decorated wlthjflags nnd hunting hy members of tne. nssocla lion. The dance, even 'IhoVigh lh night was warm, was .well'atlendet Good music was furnished, so all wh attended reported an'enjoyable limn The children'-! parlpf the Chautauqu program consisted 'of the parade'o Monday evening which took place from He public school-grounds.through lh own and back again, The paraii was headBd by 'thej Vjjaa.llab.il' Man' a dummy carried by some! of tho lad ben followed' Iho children, inany-I dress.. -After, the childre ollowed the .autoa.... On returning tie grounds Ihe "Bad, Habit Man was burned. -Prizes, were awarded f Ao ilcVetO .we're won'- by' Sverel Alle and three, llckeU were bidden, and lh were Artie Grund and Ever and days are drear. AI.VIN O. IlICII. CaWe to the New York World says I fuel scarcity threatens to ruin Italy. Coal musl bo Imported, and costs 530 tou. A Western Maryland railway con- ductor was awarded JS5.000 lor in- juries received when brushed off a car hy a projecllon froma car on an adjoining Irack- Provldcuce Journal charges under cost plus system U. S. government paid ?G50 per tcct for spruce against paid by private concerns. Sales ot Ihe two-day New York fur auction totalled for sk'.ns, an Increase of. 25 reij cent over June prices. Calumet and Hccln and the Mo- hawk-Wolverine Jlining companies in Michigan granted a 15 per cent wage Increase lo their employees. jy Sir John French chapter Daughters of Iho Kinpirc, Now York, of a library of 500 bcohs of fiction, A resolution directing all lodges lo bar [torn membership persons -who es- press sympathy with Bolshevism nnd jlher ''Isms" was ndoptcfl at the Elks convention at Atlantic Clly- W. Illldcbrand, Cleveland, O., 'saw two men walking alicr.d pt his iiulo and offered ihcm n "Hit." .A moment laler he was'doing the walking nnd his machine was speeding away under Ihe guidance of Ihc "pedestrians." Hichard Crokcr. Jr.. was awarded judgmenls for against his falhcr, former N'ew York Tammany Hull leader. The son claimed the due parlly for manngc- ___, father's business and part under his mother's will. VJUST AS BAD ENGLAND LONDON, July sen nee of 12 months 'on the Canadian oters at Epsom, Mr. Justice Darling eclared there seemed to bo no dlf- rence between their behavior and of some people in this country al present except thai the onduct of Ihe last named was, If any- hlng, worse. He eicused the prlson- rs from hard labor on account' of heir GEN. CURRIE QETS DEGREE CAMBRIDGE. Bng., July ral Currle of Canada today received lie honorary degree: of doctor of laws rom Cambridge university. early In '1914 In thB army. He went over with the Dragoons, al.d, while not woundert, was gassed, from which he has not completely re. covered. Pics. Hugh and Alexander Morrison enlisted with the Royal Canadian En- gineers and returned homo sately. They were "employees ot the C.P.R. at Ihe time ol enlisting. WON'T HAKE FURTHER CONCESSIONS TO STRIKERS TORONTO, July first gen- eral meeting of the racial manutaclur- ers lor some time was held this morn- ing, when a resolution was unanimous- ly passed that the manufacturers ol Toronto will make no fuHher conces- sions lo tho striking machinists, moul- ders and bollermakers- The metal firms decided .once and lor all thai they would not grant bet ter than the 48-hour week, wllh 50 hours pay. The men demanded a 44 hour week lor the 50 hour pay. A splendid gift lias been made lo Queers .Military Hospital. Kingston, games on Saturdays and Sundays. There was a prosecullon under Hie Fisheries -Act nt the Calgary police court on Wednesday morning, when T. O'Uricn waa J. F- Tay- lor, fisheries insne'clor, with laking from Ihe Elbow river cullhroat trout of less than nlno Inches in englh. He was fined {5.00 and cosls. Mi'ss Olga Freehinn, 20, of- Ross- land, and Sergl. John Elmer, lately returned from oversells, where ho served wllh the American army, are dead as Ihe result .of a collision be- tween Ihelr motor car nnd n telephone pole at Ihe top ot n sleep hill at New Westminster, D. C, A Long Island City preacher belong- ing to tha Unileil Christian .church in America, has organized a baseball team among Iho young men of his congregation, which he will person- ally manage, and he 'proposes lo play METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICT OFFICES SHERLOCK QLOUK MR. MAN; Will your employer continue lo pay your salnry to your alter your decease? If nol why nol liavo your wife's name placed on the pay roll ol Iho METROPOLITAN LIFE so lhat In tho event ol your death. Ihe Homo can bo kept going ns usual? This cin be arranged by depositing wllh us annually a email sun. of money according to Ihe amount ot salary desired.', See any ot our Live Wires, viz.: T. G. Gurr, V. A.- Dcnto'h, P. A. Fisher, J. C. Hanrahan, Win. Hurnilall, Joe Miller, and bb.up-lo-dale in having your family protection fixed up In this manner.' On Tuesday afternoon after Ihe BCS ston'ol Ihe Chautautiiiaagameof base- hall-.was played on the local diamond liclwccn.the Ilurdett. team and .our own lean. It wan a.aplcndid game thriughtul, Uicre being lew errorfl niadt'.' first ITTO .'Innings A Store Specializing in Shoes 13 THE PROPER TO BUY FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN The reason: Our whole time and allcrillon Is given lo FOOT- WEAR and FOOT TROUBLES, We have a greater varilly of lafl! which gives you a belter eolectlon and more clianco of gottlneftwhal will suil. Wo carry ehoca In Ihe rliffp.riint wiillhs. We have made a Bludy of the fool and filling Ihs different feet with shoes lhat suit. This glrea yo-j more conjforl as well as considerably morn .wear, which Jg a result of proper lining. ..Handling nolhinil. hul we am In a position lo select footwear lhal Is solltl ami built for belter >8K TO BE FITTED 9HOE3 FOR ALL AOE9 NELSON Go. 620.THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING WILL BUY CATTLE! We Have Received' Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phone or Wire: KNIGHT WATSON RANCHING Co., Ltd. Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;