Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THELETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 23, ISOS. PAGE SEVEN 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4i 4: 4: 4; 4; 4) 4r 4; 4: 4; 4; 4 4: 1 N-J -J i7 W .Hi t World-Famed Gymnasts and Acrobats BV PKOF. KOHL A Troop of Trained Goats i 4} 4? II t TUESDAY, August 1 11 th, and 12th t 4 4r 4: I The Indian Parade and POW WOW will again be a feature. Best Indian display to be seen on the Continent. Big Purses are hung up for all kinds of Horse Races. races at this Fair are always worth seeing. Professional baseball games and lacrosse matches. Be sure and see Lethbridge; it is growing fast. Low rates on all railroads The Big Bridge, one of the world's wonders, is completed; and is worth travelling miles to see. I MAKE IT A POINT TO ATTEND THIS FAIR AND HAVE A GOOD OUTING STORIES OF CAVEPTBLAZERS People Who Swayed Section Of Ontario Years Ago How Disputes Were Settled morning. "The stood it a? as possible, and then one Satur- day uifrht something happent-d. When the storekeeper got up late on Sun- ami tlu, le jang, It would appear that "vV. L. S..' a staff reporter of the- Toronto Weekly I Sun, has been taking' somi-.ofRcia holiday through parts of Dur 'ham. Northumberland, and Petorb to the wiitf-rs of Rice Lake with his eytvs and ears wide -open and among int-i-rosting things be.irc from the old-time settlers of course the ancient fame of "The Ca.van Blazers" would take up no small por- tion of his sketch book, a few leaves of. which he has torn tout and mailed to': headquarters for the'edification of the readers of.his..journal. Cavan Blazers" were the so- cial regulators of the early days in the northern part of said George Berry. "Now-a-days it's all law, law. If any little dispute oc- curs between neighbors, or if. some one-is acting in a manner injurious to the community, the magistrate and constable must bt- called in. 'The Blazers' settled all such matters in the early days without delay, without and with less of .ill-feeling than follows upon legal proceedings now. j Not only that but thev made the puuishnient fit the crime in the case j of men 'whose offences could not be I T1 i I here no more desecration of the reaenecl m. the ordinary war. i f j place oi ..omrial and tne church steps i did not require scrubbing1 everv Siiri- ror instance, there was one nv-an r "ay morninir Ix-iore service. day morning he found the calf boxed I ual endin i _ _ up in a great crockery orat...- in front with that shot all right; the of his store- door., and 'the crate se- anchored with some heavy and a block of timber placed j particular church top. The lesson was effective, j moderate 3 fairly on the 'sec wind had increased ang, clang brought n abrupt and Rlazprs" 0-nl IS FATHER Baby Leopsrd Shows Savage Instinct in Amazing till .the antelope -reared up and showed himself above the wooden partition. Then the cub sprang for The goral, only to be checker, in and Gei tutional guar; pended. The from Barcelon and generally disagreeable fellow, whose conduct was such as to call for a little discipline. This man had j a >wagon load of grain standing in I the barn all ready to go to market.! When he got up "in the morning he found the .wagon, still loaded, .on the j ridge of the barn.. He may not enjoyed the work of getting the wagon and bags down again, but he was a batter citizen afterwards. "Tlii.' Blazers" had their own me-i thoci of punishing contempt of the court they maintained. One man. The- sight, of a baby leopard trying cow no longer disturbed the night and to attack a big jroral ante-lope from that time the sermons in that i times its size -added Lrn-atly to the were confined to gaiety of the London Zoological Gar- dens a few days airo. The leopard was a freslt arrival, but such ;t baby that Mr. accessories of Spaniard In Love With Chorus Girl Ends His Life hese in a most filthy state in the M SDc. Your Palm Read Me. Past, Present and Future REDUCED PRICES FOR 3 DAYS ONLY As a matter of advertise- ment, MADAME DEL. MAR, The famous palm- ist, will read your palm for the small fee of .oOc, "The Blazers" were all Orangemen, oi the j and there was only one Catholic in the whole township. One year, as !tne harvest season approached, this M M f On another occasion "The Blazers" I Catholic was taken ill and was unable jcame in for what they considered un- to care for his ripening crop. It was j just criticism. In this case the crit-1 then "The Blazers" showed the warm icism was given in the course of a j heart, beneath the sometimes rude ex- sermon by a preacher in the neigh-1 tenor. They went one moonlight borhood. The preacher also happen- j night and -cut and shocked the ripened j en to be going along the road a short, i.srain on thp farm of their sick Cath- '.1 j time afterwarsd, and he likewise] olic fellow-citizen. A few j found himself in the midst of a group they went again and hauled the from the surrounding gloom. He grain into the barn." was asked to get out of his buggy. He got out. He was requested to kneel j CATHOLIC CHURCH in the dust of the roadway. He kneeled. Then he was requested to pray, not for the conversion of "The Blazers" but for success of their efforts to maintain order and promote citizenship in their own way. He. prayed. COME NOW, DOK'T Find out what the future has in.store for yon. Madame DeJniar guaran- tees to reveal every in- cident of your life, past, present and fulr.ro Office hours. 10 am. to p.m. I Room No. 1, Shepard Block, NEXT TO ALEXANDRA CAFE M M M 4 M M M M M M 4- I AT ALEXANDRA) Contract .for Building Has Been in Glen- gary County Cornwall, July %_' .1- cn had a cow thnr was ns gnnu a nuisance1 the. st calf. Tt ca-ri-.-l ii jangling bell, ;hat k-pt c neighborhood ,-it r.ip "lay ni.L'Jn ;ni ui; thr: b-Il- Ji.vl dis.-ippof, cow1.- 'und Jiancriiic: fr-.m tiin: cluircji, in which of twi) hour orJ-.T and That Sunday proacli-; C renched the 'firstly': :h- w..en a g.-ntie broezo sprurji? up j.-tnjr-clfmji wont the bell ns it swayed Highland Scotch on tnc wjiv. The proce-.-ded, i tv. i to the United Stat-.-.s and. all along the Eastern circuit. She was said to have boon "Merry Widow" c< to be near hc-.r Jie ducf'd his pnronts oi! a iri who h.ir! Them both -The annoanc'.v made Tuv.sday tender 01 the i TOOt ion of i! th. to the orijrinal of the coun- a of a mpany. Tn older to have in- to send him to T'sie in order to He seldom school, but followed the. frc.ni one- oiry to anothor, spond- p.-miy of his allowance; and than lio was able to borrow be- of his wealthy connections, Ciinch-.1'! the youncr man's right hanrl wlu'ti he was found unconscious thf chorus girl. I immediately following the shooting Louise V. Oster., from Hnvann, j was. a letter addressed to "Louise."