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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, iuid thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to THI UTHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY W, Must Keep Off Spokane Streets For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell j Spokane, Wash., July jdron under 16 years of age will mot be pel-milled to frequent streets or public parks after 8.30 o'clock be- tween April 1 and October 1 and 8 o'clock in the fall and w months and boys and girls between tiie ages of 1C and 18 years must be under the supervision of their parents or guard- ians after 9.30 o'clock and one hour earlier from October 1 to April 1, according to- Spokane's new curfw flaw, effective July 23. No direct penalty is laid upon de- linquents, nor will arrests be made. Instead, police officers will report in- fractions of the ordinance to the county probation officer for further action. Conviction carries with it a Jlne not exceeding and costs of tho trial, to be paid by the parent or guardian of the offender. Judge William A. Huneke or the Spokane county superior court, whc has made a study of juvenile delin- quency, says in an open letter, urg- ing parents to take a hand in the SUNLIGHT 'SOAP The finest fabric not too delicate to Mfely wished with Sunlight 5oap. When other have Injured your linens and faded the coloured things, re- member the Sun- light, OUR LETTER BOX. Lex-er Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake _ of their famous Plan to) toilet soap, if you mention this paper. MURDERED YOUNG PRINCESS St .Petersburg, July has been received here of the murder of the young Princess Alexandra Mestch- ersky on her fathers estate in Smol- WIFE TOLD AWFUL STORY Of Being Whipped By He Gave Her Six Stripes Toronto, July N. Rhindress committed for trial by J. J. Bar- ker, J. P., Georgina township, for as- saulting his wife occasioning actual bodily harm. The defendant pleaded not guilty wlien arraigned. He will come up be- fore the county judge next week. "He said lie was going to give me a stated Mrs. Rhindress in giving her evidence. "He asked me if I would rather live or take a whipping. He ordered me to take off my clothes. He said to me when I was undressing that if I didn't hurry up it would not be well for me. "He then got a whip, and shut a1-! the doors so no one could hear. After he had given me six stripes he rested a while. He then told me to get on the floor and get some more. "After that he hung up the whip, and told me to get some salt and 2000 BUFFALO AT _ PARK IN 5 YEARS Huge Herd Predicted At Wainwright In Few Years matter of enforcing the law, that the j Onsk Pryvince. The storekeeper in chief good in this legislation lies in I for being discharged, decapi- its preventith-e character rather than the 14 >'ear old Sirl with an axe. its punitive provisions, "adding: __ "If temptation, too fluently the CANADA HAS GOOD EFFECT result of promiscuous association London, July M.-Commiasioner fiee from supervision or restraint, I Coombs, of the Salvation Armv has can .be thus removed, many a griev- j completed details of the organization ous mult will be prevented. It rests Of a colonv in Canada. He savs C n- to insist upon the enforcement ;of the curfew law. Jf parents and guardians will look after the children under uplifting upn all. The degree of comfort, order, respect- ability and self respect is higher there, THE EXCURSION TO THE EXPER- IMENTAL FARM Nanton, July 24, 1909. Editor Lethbridge Daily Herald, lias been well said that fre quently the niort we talk the more we are misunderstood, and for a ver ity tlie philosophy involved in the above remark applies to about one hundred excursionists yesterday who paid their money and started out to see the Lethbridge Experimental farm L- farm authorities engineered this excursion, issued posters telling all about it and then at the last moment bobbed up to talk or at least mumble something away down in his boots. The result was this crowd of interested farmers and their families were stranded and passed the time meandering around the streets of your town. Whilst this in itself was no particular hardship, yet inas- much as we failed in our purpose to see the farm ,we all returned a cha- grined and a disappointed crowd. Therefore the next time the puolic are invited on such an expedition it is to be hoped that the tail will not be allowed to wag the dog. We all liked your town. It treated us well, but- and the but in this instance was po- tent for the disagreeable incident mentioned. Respectfully, NEMO. I am Your Bosom Friend guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDCE LAUNDRY Co, TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. 8, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Kpotena Steel Eton The oven door of the Kootenay drops down and provides a shelf upon which to rest the pans drawn from the oven. The door is strongly braced the Edmonton, July 20. "With same measure of success that we Wd in Banff, we will have txvo thousand head of buffalo at Wainwright within the authorities. "Parents and guardians have it in their power to prevent, while the du- ty of the authorities is largely to punish violators of the provisions of the law. I trust that every parent in this city will awaken to the re- sponsibility he owes to .his child." tell that English emigrants hail from the old country, even British iarities die awav. pecul- The Turpin Furniture Co. will close their store every Wednesday after- during July eod-ti. noon, at three o'clock and August. water so he could wash iny wounds. They bled all night. He whipped me because he thought I was away with Wilbert Kuttle. He said he would do it again." Jive said Howard Douglas Dominion commissioner of parks, to a newspaper representative. Mr. Douglas and Mr. Ed. Ellis, euperin- tendent of the Wainwrigtit park, who was for nine years in charge oi the buffalo herd at Banff, were guests at the Alberta ycsterifay. Mr. Douglas left on the afternoon train for the south on his wny to Revelstoke, B. C., where he will join Hon. Charles Murphy, who is returning from tihe coast. The commissioner recalled how the herd at Banff numbered but seventeen at the outset. A few weeks from now one hundred buffalo will be trans SOPHY OF KRAYONIA By Anthony Hope Author Of "The Prisoner Of Zenda" di n. the OUt the past MANITOBA DISTRICT IS SWEPT BY STORM to' he is now awaiting his trial. jhjlVc sprung from the original herd of seventeen. Buffalo Park at Wainwright, accord ing to Mr. Ellis, is large enough to support a herd of buffalo. The park has an area of acres. It is enclosed by 73 miles of wire fence. The remaining 190 head of buffalo are now being rounded up. in Monta- 'ing-a thunderstorm Vfrw days" agojna by Pablo, the Mexican the- large barn of Mr. D. Cameron, j from whom the herd was purchased M. P. P., was struck by lisrhtriirig j by -the- Dominion government, and the and Mr. Cameron nnd Phil Robert-' by Houses, Horses and Men Struck Caused But Little Damage Gilbert Man., July son, who were leading four horses in- final .-shipment will be made, early in September. Mr. Ellis expects that to shelter, knocked down as. also i. the herd will be increased next year wore the horses they were Icadine. over one hundred calves. Outside of'a little shaking'up no in- The' first freight "carried en the G-. jury .was done, to cither man. The I T- will be two car loads of w re, worst storm fp'lt in this district pass-1 cutt-ers and other implements cd over Sunday niglrt, near midnight {jor'the Wainwrig-ht park. This ma- .'ind for two hours, the wind, thun-jterial is being- transferred from JL-a- dc-r, lightning and rain were severe, i "lont is expected to go an the The roof was blown'off the "Mils 'afternoon.' of David Stewart, five miles southwest' Tn next, Mr. Douglas of the town, and his household goods Do- nearly destroyed by nun. j minion forestry commissioner, will The dwelling of James Easthient, a trip to thc biS Jasper Park two east of town, was struck of 5MOS square miles near by li.shtning of the itho Pass, on the east slightly stunned. The stable" of jWjslope the Rockics- Mr. nobody ry! Alexis got promotion in his first Italian Bourbon, which la always respectable if not very brilliant That gave us a position, and it couldn't be thrown away. So the second mar- riage had to' be morganatic. Only- well, women are ambitious, and she has a young son who bears the tlng'3 name, a boy twelve years old." He looked reflectively at his polished boots. Sophy sat in thoughtful silence. A. jingle of swords and the clatter of hoofs roused them. A troop of soldiers rode by. Their uniform was the same smart tunic of light blue, with black facings, as adorned Captain Markart'a shapely person. "Ah, here's the saidMarkart, rising briskly to his feet Sophy fol- lowed his example, though more in curiosity than in respect The young man at the head of the troop returned Markarfs salnte, but was apparently unconscious of the in- dividual from whom it proceeded. He rode by without turning his head or giving a glance in the direction of cafe saw a refined pro- file, with a straight nose, rattier short, tnd a pale cheek. There was little trace of the Bourbon side of the pedi- gree. "He's on his promotion, con- of ministers, perspnage to the outward view. But Sophy returned the regard of his prominent pale blue eyes, which sorted oddly with the complex- ion of his face, with vivid attention. The geaeral rode on. Markart follow- ing, but turning in his saddle to salute once more and to wave his hand In friendly farewell. For the first time since her arrival in Slavna Sophy was conscious of a stir of excitement. Life had been dull and 'iue mind hiJti enjoyed little THAT BAND COMPETITION WINNIPEG Winnipeg, July 23. Editor Lethbridge Daily Herald: Dear have received a letter from some body signing E. T. I am sorry that he did not give his full name so that I could have written him.an answer. He encloses a sheet from your paper dated July 19th. with an article relative to the band competition in Winnipeg; This ar- ticle expresses dissatisfaction as to the judgment of Mr. Paris Chambers in this competition and also men- tions that before Mr. Chambers gave his decision he had a conversation with the writer. Mr. Harper, leader of the Brandon band, states that they were informed that I was chairman of the musical committee at the fair. The idea seems to be that I 'had .some- thing to do with Mr. Chambers' de- cision. I was not chairman of the musical committee at the fair and had nothing whatever to do with the Winnipeg exhibition except to sup- ply our band for its work. I had noth- ing whatever to say with regard to any other band or music in connec- tion with the fair. I did not hear the easily sup- port the MCCLA LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. If you live put of town write us.' were got food the diet of sad memories. To- seemod to he brourrbt intosicht or living interests again. Thtr were far but they were there. Markart's talk had made a link between them and her. She sat on for a long while, watching the junction of the streams and the broad current which flowed on- ward past the palnce on its long jour- ney to the sea. Then she rose with a sigh.. The time drew near for a French lesson. Marie Zerkovitcb had already tfot her two pupils. This day Sophy began the diary. The first entry is dated that afternoon. Her or was not at fault From today events moved fast, and she was strangely caught up hi the revolutions of the wheel. dur WaS mercly to Minnish, nine miles southeast of thoistatod that thc objcct triP a of to- make arrange- SqUaUers from Tt is Probable town, was struck by lichtnini inpr the storm and a calf" killed" Hail foll in .some -parts of the plains but, great amount of damapc has 'been and feporled vet: too, _thzvt fire wardens will 'be estab- 1 i-s-hed. in the park." Coal QRDERS for GALT COAL left at the General Office of the Company will be delivered to .any point within the City Limits at per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. The Alberta Railway Irrigation Company captain as he resumed his seat. "They want a big fish for. German, with, a resounding name Poor "Well, if s his said Sopby. "Somebody who'll keep the conntesi In order, smiled Markarr, twirl- ing his mustache. ".That's about size of It, I expect though naturally the general doesn't show" me his band I only tell you common gossip." "I think you hardly do yourself jus- tice. You've been very Interesting; Captain Markart" "I tell you whit" be said, with an engaging candor, "I believe that some- of the king's There was a banquet at the palace, and the lights in Its windows twinkled in sympathetic response to the illuminations which blazed on the public buildings and principal residences of Slavna. Every- where feasting and reTelry filled the night. The restaurant of the Hotel de Parii> crowded, every seat on its terrace occupied. The old inn of the Golden Lion, opposite the barracks in band play -for the competition as our band was playing at the time, they competed. Mr. Chambers and I together a great deal after I through playing as we always have supper, and I presume the mem- bers of the bands seeing us conclud- ed that I might have something to say in the matter. All I know about it is from Mr. Chambers' own atti- tude and I am sure that he gave the df-cisiftn to the best of his ability and he believed that he gave the prize V> the band that played the best at the competition. I believe that the judge of a competition should be plac- ed in a tent where he cannot see the bands performing and should only know them by their numbers, also that he should not have anyone talk to him during the competition until decision. I think this a very satisfactory plan, will suggest it for next year. As far BS saying to Mr. Harper that I would see thnt there was a change another year, I could not do any more than him and that is to suggest this to the managers. Yours very truly, S. L. Barrowclough. he gives his would be sent year the board spent aside from the building, but including the eecre tary's salary for the time, for ex penses of all kinds the sum of had paid on the -building, had no debts and had in the bank. As the board members had sub- scribed and paid into the board funds, it follows that the Board has spent of .the city money for expenses for this year the sum of The recent request for a payment of and of this amount was for tho publicity was not for an additional grant but for the payment of a portion of the grant already made and was accompanied by a statement showing the above facts. In brief, this year's board was granted with the proviso that the Publicity building be built which has cost and the knowledge that some of last year's bills had to be paid out of it, making a net grant for publicity work for this year of and when, it is under- stood that the c ties of Medicine Hat BOARD OF TRADE AND ITS EX- PENSES Lethbridge, July 24. Editor Lethbridge Herald, Dear seems to be so much misunderstanding about the ex- act, financial position of the Board of Trade and its relations with the eitv in this respect, that I ven- ask a portion of your space an exact statement of the how the feneral makes me chatter just, the gquare of st jflchael, a favorite to the ectent he wants me to and then me. I don't know bow he doer It If s quite unconscious, on my part I seem to sty Just what I They Uufbed togethev over this "You mean General asked Sopby. "Yes, General Stenovics. Ah, here He sprang up again and made i low bow to Sophy; "Au'revolr, molselle. A thousand He saluted her and hurried to Bide of the pavement General noTica rode up. with two orderlies be- hind him. Stinting tgain, big borae. The general broufhf his to a stand and wtl% ed the necessary luent or two fooi humored smile. Hit eyes wandered from th not to exceed Alexis, Its monarch, by thus vociferous- j A pnl 2ouh' TO AVOID CAR SHORTAGE Chicago, July there arc at idle freight cnrs in the United States.. Canada and additional machiinery has been dered. It is reported here that it is their intention to extend their operations so that they will eventually include the majority of the on the Taber and Cowley, in addition to their factories at Leth- Mexico according to reports of the J bridge and Pincher Creek. American Railway Association, traffic! In all rapidly growing towns the tonnage has been increasing so rap-'architectural "Point of view'has been idly of late that railroad officials arc i sadly neglected. For this reason and taking stops to prevent possible car for the more important point of in- shortage this fall. Especial atton- creased fire resistance sue ah in- tion is being devoted to the coal should receivo a heartv wel- tionate fuss about another. It was well understood that by thus honoring King ly and untiringly wishing him the was added to this grant longest of reigns, Slavna was giving a jIo the band stand which it stinging back bander to Prince Sergius, Its titular prince and commandant. Yon would see the difference wben the prince's day come round! When Gen- eral Stenovics pointed to the lights gleaming across the Kratu from the palace windows and congratulated his royal highness on the splendid popu- larity of the reigning house fne prince's smile may well have been ironical. "I shall go and see all this merri- ment for myself tt close quarters pres- ently, general." be said. "I think the (To Be Continued.) was deckled to place over the Pub- licity building. In compliance with these recom- mendations tho Publicity building now built on square has been built at a cost of nchiding band stand, on present arrange- ments the salary of the secretary for the year 1909 will be That is, in both-cases tho Board spent less than was recommended by city council. For tho first six months of thc pre- UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock _______Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ;