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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta our affreuuft reftOei range would also: fife good advertising amoofst'the travel: lers passing through on the daylight trains. DtBy Herdd Printing Co., Lid., every Uwltil eveoiuf at tta Bound .1. _' W. A. BUCHANAN. Manofinc Oi ffciij, o Dtttjr, six tcoatb, delivered, ZBonth, dctitered Duly, MM by mail iix by anil Dtilr. by mail Beraid, MM JIMU Addrtascs ehaoced ai often aa .'-M S.M I.W 4S Liiiiau S. HJIi, expert, said, at a clothier's quet iu Ciraud "I am glad your clothiers now advertise, now print pictures 61 men's ami boy'c i'a- Thus you suxarteu country, and you help to abolish cutting down of the clothes for the sou'. I remember how, lu the distant past, uiy little rush- ed whispering into my rooit ouo night. "Ob, he whined, had his beard shaved off, land'how I I've got to wear the old red -._! One of the In waiting to Iho Queen had a very {bright littlo daughter about four Gairdstoir Budget THE GAMES To Canadians the QJyuiplc been a good deal of u We had our hearts ou wiiiuiiig a good .share of tho hcu- 'ors the standard events o! the hundred metre, two hundred metre and the itarathou races. Long-, in the J.ast named'race looked Cardston, July now the various parties out- for a good time during, last week's holidays are talk- ing over their experiences and ret, counting the pleaJwnt incidenii. The baseball enthusitsta are very jubilant forr CartUtou The boys 61 ;he are all happy larks toe they they have retrieved their a sort of he who-laughs last-Uuths best air. At Raymond on the 2Srd iust. Jardston met the iwue score 4-9 in our tavbr helped to encourage the boys for the double battle next day. "The battery for the> ,'ttine was Richardson and Carson. There have been few remarks as to charged tho' IltUo girl to be tho reception accorded the visitors, eful about bar j :At Magrath K big pro- fram. The baseball was only ouc item, but it came in for a big share >f attention. For a long time it j years old, of whom the Queen very fond. Tlie Queen iuvilXK1! child to have lunch with her. tha ln'other Wtt8 -Wghly the Ol very careful ami to very polite to the The little girl came home in high glee uud the mother asked her nil luncheon. "Were you a very polite little girl? And did you unbeatable but reports us that remeinber to aR l toW you ftt the be never nnished. The reason for this so far is unknown to us on this side of the water but wo hopo that! the swift Indite break ing to succumb to his sterner rival i, "She took her chidden bone up in her fingers, and 1 just shook my nu ger at her, like you did at me, ami asked the proud mamma. "Oh, yes, I was said the j'little girl, "but the Queen "The Queen said the mo and euemy, liquor. Cauadlans still believe that JLougboat is the fastest runner known and look to see ueleat Hayes when they next uieett Hamilton, Out., the home of so uiaiiy of Canana's heroes, has pro- viaed our only important winner in tne' person of Bobbie Kerr, who though he was defeated in the huad- rea metre took, the two hundred metre race handily. Canada is the natural home of athletes and the only reason she has not a higher position in the athletic world is that she does not prepare sufficiently. Our temporary defeat this year should spur our athletes up to prepare for the next Olympic games four years heace and to prove to the world that Canada above, ail others is the home of strong, endur- ing and skilful athletes. piggy, piggy I' SEE THE CROPS AND CHEER UP A COAL FAMINE President Frank Sherman's predic- tion of a coal famine on the prairies this winter does not look like idle talk. The harvest is at hand and the dealers and consumers of coal have apparently not started to get a Tin lentley Co, Ltd, The best remedy for the Dlues is a trip out into the country; at thf present time. If a man doesn't up after putting his optics on the. jrrand fields of grain in the vicinity of there is little hope f jr him in this world or the next. The other day the Herald man, and wasn't suffering from the blues either, took a jaunt our into a sec tion of the Coaldale district with C R. Daniel and he returned brimful of optimism about th.e crops and sat- isfied more Than ever the Leth bridge country can't be equalfed ag riculturally. The immense 640 acre field of spring wheat on Mr. Daniel's farm about a north of the main road, is a sight to behold. Other stock ready for the a Helds' not as on the farms of lew weeks the railways will be using I W- Ingram. C. S. Crest, I, B. Snol every available means to move grain and cars lor the shipment of 'coal will not be available. The peC'- ple seem to have profited by their experiences of year before last.. Lost year they did so but the mild winter that prevailed seems to made them forget. NYme of the mines are producing more than what is re- quired by the railways and the in- dustrial concerns. The users o: dj- nidstic coal are making no provision for the winter. Saskatchewan ami Manitoba cannot hope to have winters as they had last year which was as mild as the previous wiutor was severe and it looks as if the., will suffer for their carelessness ami procrastination in this matter. NEW WESTMINSTER'S VICTORY Few events have happened recent ly.that have caused more real pleas- ure to the people of Western Ca nada lhan the victory oi Xew minster over the Shamrock lacrosse team in Montreal in the struggle for the Minto cup representing the cham- pionship of the world. The victory, is gratifying not only becuuse it is ;i Western team that won but becaus.- it is a distinct triumph for amateur sport. The Shamrocks are u con fessedly professional tentu b'-a not with their vanquishers. With thi- exception of "Balcly" Tunibull who and Alex fine, too. On tlu1 farm of Mr. NV-wton there were- 160 acres of. winter dead ripe and awaiting th? binder. A guess has been made that this field will run forty bushels to the acn- and it certainly lias every appearance of being very productive. A big hay crop is being cut in this district. One farmer has contracted to sell his timothy at a ton in On the Experimental Farm all the grains are so good that it is hard to secure an adjective to sufficiently praise them but if one field is better than another it is the plot oi oats on the east side of tho farm. Those oats make one feel that the Leth bridge district can hold a front place in oats as well The success of the first year's crop on the Experimental farm should convince the most pessimistic per- son that can produce the grains in the West. What Mr. Fairfield has done on the Experiment al farm is reach of every in the district who farms riirht. The lazy, careless fanner will m-ver a success of grain grow- ing, not even in the most favored land in the world. A trip from this city to the Coal dale district leaves one bad impres- iooked like Magraih's game but on thy home stretch the-Cardston boys put one run to the good -leaving" them the 10 the score. It vas not a game that conduced to good feeling between the two towns. True sport should encouE- ige the .kindliest feelings between op ponents. Richardson wore the mask und tfurd and Carson did the twirling for Cardston. A very keen appreciation" is expres- sed by some of tfie team for the ex oeUeiK accommodations afforded them at luncheon, the extreme courtesy shown by the Magrath boys ;o their guests both during .iports and at the .evening' party The final game was played on the 25th between Curdstoii and7Raymond for a purse of Cardstonjs batten- was, Messrs. Kurd and Harris 5Uching and Richardson catcher, anc was sncessfui by a score of '4-12. Thus the third victory was won and the boys are happy. The game on the 24th between grath and Raymond was called a :he 4th imiiug.s on dark ness. Raymond had the score. From thV Now it is over ihose who went tr the Waterton Lakes on the Caldwel excursion pronounce it the event o .Muir lives. A fcmr mile drive from Lee's camp to the steamer landing was thorough ly enjoyed. Everybody wanted to tak ibe'trip up the lakes and the boa was crowded. A strong wind was blowing and i t7ok three hours to make the i'hcre was no monotony however, a they ;had mountain scenery and Rob inson Crusoe experience iri pleasin combination. The strong wihV'drov the boat ashore and a narowly aver led. -However, the beach was struck between two large bould: er.s and all rested from their feelings of anxiety while the wind subsided. Picnic was served on the United States side. The run down the lakes was quickly made and the program for the afternoon as prepared by the U i t Ifltttttt j GET YOUR I I Waterman's Special Ink Pencil is (he 'ink pencil made, non-let kable. Also large new stock of Waterinan'jg ''Ideal" Foyn- tain Pens, Call- awl try "No Order too Large No Order too Small LEfflBRIDGE ALTA. I SEAMAN'S 1 eastern; capitalists. A "special meeting of the -Board of Trade is called for. this evening to consider it. The "Cardston Star" is to from the present management .soon owing to Mr. Elton's pursuit of law at" Le'thbfidge. Mr. Fred Burton is said to be the -party who will be manager "hereafter. Mrs. Z. W. Jacobs with "wee uns" came up on yesterday's train from Magrath .and "Mr. Jacobs" came iu late last evening. We are pleased to welcome them to Cardston as" they have in .view" a location here. Mr. Jacobs is also going into .the U-gal profession. AGAINST POLITICS Federation It Won't Any More Socialistic Literature The devil continues to do business at the old stand whether we are will- ing to give him his due or ,not. If you are foolish enough .to ask for advice lake it, else pay for it and let it alone. Denver, July convention of the Western Federation of Miners have endorsed the editorial policy which has been followed in the man agement of the Miners' Magazine. This action was-Jfcalcen Rafter a spirit- ed debate, 'during Vhich Editor O'- Neill was severely roasted for sup- porting socialism. The convent ion mended the con- stitution so as to compel miners to belong to the local having jurisdic- tion over the mine where -they are working" It also refused to appro priate money for the executive boarc: to use out "political lit- t'rature." This is looked upon as a deft-a of the socialisa element and is the the first serious setback that wing o the organization lias ever receivvt: iki a Western Federation of Miners convention. Best Bargains in Ciity Real Estate Tie C. I. Imui Iqeiq tet Ifficillict raorcssioNAL CARDS TO UNO BUYERS OR. W. t. QALBRAITH Physician, AecoucYisr Office 914 Kedpath St. 'Phone 55 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p.m. MADAME NORMAN (Orctiwtiii .Piaritttt1) Teacher of pianoforte, organ, and voire-production. Visits or pupils, prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for Crabb it rot. ALVIN RIPLCY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Lift and Accident Iniuranct Kooiii 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON ftt YpUNQ and Room Block, C.F.P.ConytMtiY, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton Jones, 8. C. L CONY8EARE JONES Barristers, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Alt.. W. C. SIMMONS AdvocaU, BarrUUr, Etc. Office: So.utbjird" Block. R. G. ADD I SON I-have 1 Section of. fcixxl {arm land with 5 miles, of fence and frame house 20 x 24; frame shed stable. 14x50; M acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going to buyer, a 'good' well of water at 'the house, also, 1-2 Section of raw prairie. New railroad survey through both! and 12 miles from railroad now, with goou roads, and same at a-snap price. Don't buy-of anyone else till you see this and save real estate man's commission. Address N. H, MURRAY Box 495, or Brown Poultry .'Near Fair- Grounds Ranch L. M. JOHNSTONE- Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining. Union Bank, Lelhbridge. 85-lyr ASK FOR. SANFORD'S Caldwell people was thoroughly en- joyed. Of course the musical num- bers were of a superior order and Mr. J. M. Billingsley as orator of the day surprised his hearers by his viv- id rtcital of the journey of the pio- neers in 1874. As there were over 150 people pres- ent it wa.s impossible for all- to take the trip up thf> lakes the first day or the 24th Tind a second, run was made tho day following. All are loud in their praises of the good and Lee's camp of some 25 pleasure made a great day all around. Wrettling- Match' Saturday evening a big crowd ga- thfred at the rink to witness a wrest ling match between Chas. Jens.-n and OUTING and pants in fancy flannels and fancy homespuns. Coat single breasted. WHITE DUCK SUITS-Con- sisting of coat and pants, or. sold separately. LUSTRE cool and comfortable. Made of grey, black or fancy lustre. OUTING of striped grey flannel and Very comfortable. Residence 1 f E S i o .5 5 0 Lethbridge. Alberta amount o! fertile land that was horn before New Westminster i unoccupied outside the city" lim Tho Rnard of Trade. and the City Council should mpe the. owners to put this on the market. Its cul- tivation would enable visitors to see was, every member of the team wua born in the town and has lived there jvll his life. It is more than twelve- years since TurnbuH'. went thc-ro 30 that he can reasonably be called a native. Every man is in tho Tor love .of it and the honor of his town. And the town honors them as no men are more highly thought of and respected than the fellows of the senior team who have jnore than any other influence made New West- minster famous. OUR POINT OF VIEW A new town ncvor dare lay claim- to aspirations to jjicul wit'.iout! having a newspaper to sound its claims. It is no surprise therefore! 1o find the progressive young com- munity of Hosmer just over the boun flary in B. C. getting into the public eye with a newspaper. The Hosmer i Times made its first appearance last i week nnu is a very- newsy publica- j tion. It is out to boost Hosmer and the mercmuits of that towii; should the weekly good -support K is surprising how much a ncwspa- j per cnn do T.O develop a but j the newspaper nuist have every mer- j chant nt back before it can be expected to enthuse over the possibil itios of the place from week to week. It is a caution the number of Con- servativea who, twelve years after.: announce that they voted against their party in 1806. didn't they speak up Hke little mea in 1896? '4 Smoker Set Tripod Tables TEN ONLY AT CHEAP SALE PRICE Yon should ser iiifrfii W. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAX. Englisk Papers ii Yesteriaj o R. SUE HUM i John Ellison, the purse baing The gaie receipts were a fair sum as some say 250 people were but this is an extreme statement. Mr. A. M. Hepplar was referee. The contest was a fine exhibition ior the onlookers. Two hours and ten minutes were' spent in a struggle that had to be called a draw, neither man scoring a fall. JVn.sen is 4 years the senior of El lison and was rather aggressive but the "Kid" -was too elusive for him. Jensen is said to have challenge Ellison for a match for ?300 a side inj 30 days. Primary Convention On Saturday the 1st of August Alberta Stake Primary Convention will be hold. Notices have been sent out by the j hi Superintendent. nJrs. VVoolf to all officers and to thej bishops (tl the Wards asking for a full attendance. Mrs. Zina Card, of thp General Board will be in attendance. Personals Mr. D. Balcovski has made some Rood sized purchases of cattle in this district of late, Messrs. Thos. nndj Michaci Archibald selling a mfgf bunch. Messrs. J. Rcarl and Jno. Sloan are buying steers for Mr. J. H. Wal- lace. Quito a bunch was turned over on Saturday. Dr. 0. D. Weeks is working a mills project for the Card- uton district in connection with some SATISFACTION That's what every job we do gives. We guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have, a large stock of Wall Paper at our and see it. See K for hatnf. Paper Haifiig, Etne Deciratitf, Kilscminfcg, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cuthill and Courtland Lethbridge 4' Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral O The Uberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET W. R. 8ROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter. Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc. PHONE 124 25 ARGYLE ST. lots Nortk of tte Eiiinail ani Wot of Westminster U, FROM EACH I Also a tew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent: per annum llhvti MM; irrifiiiM ft) (M trtlcrity, PROMPTED by the rapid- ly in crea si n g dem and forBatETloom Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether you are- an intending pur- chaser or not. C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBRIDGE ALTA. C. MOORE Director w )fflce-Nsxt to.Preibyterian 3Tmreh Office 102. Residence 136. F; B. ROLF80N ARCHITECT Room i Whitnty JA8., A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Sbuth.rd Block, Alta. THE MISSES BROOK Fachionable Drtssmikers Jhildren's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEM PERANGE U N I ON Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every- third Friday in the month at 1 MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretarj Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. k A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the: third Thursday of each month in the Masonic HalJ, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKE1', w- M- Secretary. P. O. Box Ii, IH lai Meets and :jrd Mondays inK.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially iimted. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order oi Foresters Curt Meets it. K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Vititing Brethren "Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. First-class Cafe IN 1UEI NTU DINING KM Short Order Btfwtcn CARROLL DOYLE LuTHBRIDGE NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. JPRIE8T. E. R. Secretary. Pridvi of Alberta, No. 203, Sew onfall leiefit Sotiet] Meet in tbo of Pjthiei-Hall everj first and third Thursday in the month nt S p.m. Visiting In-thivu- always we! come. Walter AppJobj, W. Prwidcnt. FreiiT. Robing, 8.c% Box 67. -Lethbridgt NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall etrevy sec- ond -and fourth Mondays in tlm month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineera, and out oi employ- ment, da to coSitn iwith us. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DICK80N, Secretary. ;