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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Di3y Herald street, Similar ahouldl for me, bet you be meted out hi this city for if there Indian up before ha one thing more thaii another twenty Tom Longboat is like cursed with it is paper, in aii sizes aud forms, blowing about our streets. dis- br IMilf Hernia Uwiul evening ai Lethbridge, W. A. tUOHANAN, Oi- IJI M one dilifwid Daily, Daily, fcktec delivered Dftilr, delivered Duly, one by mail ttonthi, by mail Daily, ihiee by mail Herald, .one yew chanced ai often as de- aired; bui botii new aod old address be given. One of the Minnesota re- marked while here last week that the liquor traffic seemed to be well reg- ulated in better than 4n Minnesota, he claimed. In his town, a place about the same size as Leth- bridge, there were 28 saloona, re- member saloons not They paid a license of 1-500 each a year a prizefighter days, and I don'r believe he will have euough m him to go the j tance." The actual running of tbe Mara- thon proved how accurately young Hayec had estimated his own a1 and the strength of UU competitors. Longboat, the Indian, gave up before the twenty mile mark, and except for the Italian and the South African, it the Americans who gave Jack Hayes the stiffest triul. He ran, as That looked like pretty good revenue but ho said it did not prevent the people having to pay stiff taxes as I tKUtfi i crmrt t Did you ever notice that farmers are very careless with their machin- i ery. A city man will store Ins aii- I iomobilC', uiiu iu5 UMVM in H i shed but nearly evury leaves The Quelxjc Tercentenary celebra-1 hjs wagonSj his mower aud his bind- tion was more than a mere celebra-. ef {anu machuiery out in tiou. It did more than make opou for the sim aad rain to ddians think of their past glorious poor economy, in that. Far history thus creating a feeling of j investment to spend some mo- pride aud satisfaction. It was ana-jney and build a tion-building event of far-reaching j importance. Here was celebrated. Haultain is in an awful not only the establishment of because Premier Scott leaves nation by the French under than j thirty days for an election and Chaniplain and the conquest by j caillpajgu and yet the very righteous the British under Wolfe against Haultain when he weat to.the heroic defence of Montcalm but also j cOUntry in 1902, in the Northwest the defence of the nation against the' Territorial Elections, only left 20 attacks of the Americans in 1775 ljays between the day he made the and when French and British. and polling day. united to repel the invaders. French-Canadian is not backward to acknowledge thit the conquest of 1759 was the salvation and making of the nation while the British-Can-U adian is us willing to admit but for the patriotic efforts of his! fellow-citizens from whom the con-. tr r Side A 1'LEASAXT PETITION a certain village church trolling was so recently wrest- i where a good member, known as Bro ed the nation would have been lost j always is stirring up to the American, invader. Thus tho 5trife and causing sorrow. At a sentiment of unity is made stronger prayer meeting one of the brethren as French and British recognize thftt j wllo liad suffered from Brother Kir- uniting as Canadians they have meddling methods, offered up a cemented together as one people with; petition in this fashion. he said he would, up with tho pace makers, until he got reedy to them see his heels, and then he sprin od on as he told his friend ho could. Hayes went to work at the Bloom ingd'alc store when he was 17 yeai old as a messenger and iol> boy He wasn't all muscles and legs, so he worked his way up to tho job of assistant in the superintendent's of- lu-e at n salary of a week. When he gets back to the store Samuel BloDiningdulo will offer him the chance of making or u year as head of'the- sporting goods department. More tluin that, they are going to give him a big recep- tion. Lust spring Hayes trained on a quarU'r mile track on top of the Hloomingdale store. Most of his training had to be done at night since- his job kept him basy even, day but Sunday. In a Hayes wrote to one o his friends in the store the other he said: "There won't be any excuse if w don't win. As for myself I can still eat, sleep, and run just as good as I did on the other side." Hayes is unmarried and lives at 2-lfi East Fifty-fifth street. Strawberry Jam Sib.- 71b. tins Just Received. j GET YOUR AT Vesten Itationery i Co, ltd, SECOND-HAND MEMOGMPH MACHINE First-class shape. In use two weeks. CHEAP Printing No Order too large No Order too Small LETHBRIDGE ALTA. I Bargains in City Real Estate The C. B, lowian fet Office Rue 211 PtDFCSSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Physician, Surgton, Accouchtr Office 914 Redpath St. Thoue 53 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p.m. MADAM NORMAN (OrchMtral PianitU) Teacher of pianoforte, organ, apd voice production. Visits or receives pupila, prepara- tory, or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard Crabb ALViN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS anrf Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block one country, one aim, one hope. [jOrd we pray that Brother Kir- Their interests are one and each vies! Uy muy die." There was a stir "ot with the other in giving credit to consternation among the kneeling the other for the work done in estab-j nieuibers. But the prayer continued: lishine and building the nation theyj ,and I wlsh it fifty miles instead of twenty- The Herald is proutl of the fact that it is the recognized organ of Southern Alberta. This has not beea accomplished without a deter-' or whatever they mined effort to follow a definite pol-'arcnmd enrs' bceu traininS to Calgary. The next time you fellows see me I'll be wearing the laurel wreath, give the winner. CHARGE AND ANSWER (Medicine Hat Times.) t The Lethbridge Herald is catching up all -the rumors it can that hit Medicine Hat. Just now it has the Coleridge microbe. A traveller who came through here the other day said Lethbridge" was .one- of the dull- I have a modern picture training outfit aud a stock of mouldings. TO UNO BUYERS W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER I have 1 Section of food farm lane 5 miles of fence and frame house 20 x 24, frame shed stable 14x50, W5 acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going to buyer, a good well oi water at the house, also 1-2 Section of raw prairie New railroad survey through both 12 frnm railrnud with good roads, and same at a snap price. Don't buy of anyone else till you see this aud save real estate man's commission. Address N. H. MURRAY HAMILTON YOUNG Eng'naars and Room Block. a, K.C., D.C.L., 8. Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE 4 JONES Barristers, Etc. Office: Couybeare Block. W, C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. ADD I SON Successor To B. C. MOORE Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian OhureK Office Phone 102. Residence JS6. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room I 'Whitney Block. I A public meeting is to be held in Hinton's hall on Wednesday, August 5th .its object being to explain fully 10 the ratepayers of the town the by- laws to raise on which they are asked to vote on the 14th of Au gust. Mr. D. Thomson, barrister, return- ed this morning from a business trip est towns in cAlberta. for business. But we wouldn't think of publishing it on such a rumor. icy to bring about this effect. It has head and my ever been its policy to recognize the ;l chance at the fact that the whole of Southern A1-! berta is tributary to this city and that therefore everything that con- t6n years for The boy who made good in the toughest, most heartbreaking contest in the world is only 19 years old-, a cerns this district directly concerns the city. A boost for the country miles east, west, north or south of the city is a boost for the city and its more immediate It the Herald by giving fair and juit publicity to the merits of the coun try around Grassy laike, Macleod. .Cardstoa, or the Little Bow, can "bring people to these districts or improve conditions there, so much the better for LethbrUlge. From the beginning of its existence the Herulci has aimed to give a square deal lu all parts of its constituency and. in so doing hus come to be recognized as a reliable and' trustworthy organ by the outside world as well as By the people of Lethbridge and con- tiguous districts. A narrow paro- chial spirit in individual or newspa- per is much to be deprecated. Leth- bridge is not a village with no out- side connection nor is the Lethbridge district confined to its immediate vi- cinity. In taking the larger vision of Lethbridge, the Herald has been the factor it has in building up the city and district and in assisting in making better conditions for nil class ea of its citizens. slim, little nickled steel athlete from his toes to the crown of his head. He stands just a shade under feet-4 inches and he weighs 125 pounds. Jack Hayes is as Irish as you find them, with black hair, blue eyes, a humored ami freckled face and Mr. E. Jackson of Regina, Sask., who has been visiting his brothers lie-re, returned home on Tuesday. Mr. James Thornley has gone to Fernie, B. C., where he has accepted a position. Mr. Jno. Herron, M. P., accompan ied by Mrs. and Miss Herron, return- ed from Ottawa yesterday. Mr. Reg. McGillis of Montreal spent a few days in town this, week his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Harwood. ton of confluence in himself. With R l his triumphs on the cinder returned H. Ormond and his bride from their honeymoon trip yesterday and are taking _up their residence in town. Mr. and Mrs. Or tnond were presented with a hanc some set of dinner dishes and a sma! parlor table by the local Knights o Mr. Ormond That bus line to Coleridge is C.P.R. are settled. A comfortable rig now brings and takes passengers over the five miles and it is better than it used to be. Now anyone can catch the Spokane. The city is bon- using the line for the carriage oi railway men. The charge for passen- gers has been cents. A a filtv cent rate .would be better and Box 495, or Brown Poultry Near Fair Grounds Ranch JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Straei Lethbridge, Ally. ood move until the plans of the mean a good business for the bus. and he has won enough cups fiml tr phies to fill a is a ".o- ct'ost chap who doesn't care to about his own achievements. '.Vhcn he talkerl about his chances in the before he left this country Pythins young Ilnyos to his friends in member of that order. the store: Additions to following families "T know to a breath how far T can i jn the district are reported. At Fish- run and how fast. I intend to go: burn, on July 22nd A to Mr. and Mrs. right out with the pacemakers, keep! DuffieKL a .sort. At Mount View .at their heels until 1 am ready for Rnnc.hr on Friday July 24th. to Mr. (he finish, and then on and win. F am not ttfrakl of any of them, but our own hoys to make it hot GET RIO OF WEEDS Thwre arc many weeds growing in this country that, while are not lin: as ious are harmful to tho soil and of- fensive to pyr. The natural pride of people as' well as thfir de- sire to work for the host intervsts of the country should make them to the destruction of those weeds. !lt is the duty that they owe themselves and their neighbors. The ahomln- able gum-weed is a striking caso in point. there be n united effort to rid the land of this and other ob- noxious weeds even though the gov- ernment says they are not noxious. it New Stock Fishing Tackle Opened Up You should see the TABLE SMOKER SETS Before foy are ill Prices art to half. i OUR POINT OF VIEW The Or hbridge district is putting on the golden tjnge- rapidly and in a j T wetk or so as far as the eye can reach nothing hut the rich gwitJen J grain will he seen. Bost stntT in tho world to look at too. Additional to hand are Jack Spnrlock, Prodi- gal; Mr. and Mrs. Villiers, by the author of The and a few more copies of "The and "Three Weeks." and Mrs. A. E. Cox, a daughter. In Pinchpr Creek on Wednesday July 29ih, to Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Stafford, a son. Tm> Methodist Church Sabbath School held their annual picnic yes- terday in Morden's grove. The Bap tist S. School picnic was also held yesterday at Mr. Gaunt's Ranche, about six miles west of town. The last league baseball game to played in Pincher CrWt this sea- son takes on evening at the Athletic Grounds. Macleod is the visiting team and the local nine- will make a strong effort to deff-at thorn. A great deal of ink-rest tnkrn in this match on account of the close games played by these u-ams on previous occasions when they mrt tain srason. Mr. A. C. barrister, is on a buaines trip to Calgary. j On Monday night a number of brnvfs and squaws belonging to the Poican Reserve came in to give a ihig powwow in the opera house. Owing to they j failed to socurft the opera house so j pave thrir performance on the main j stnvt in front of the King Edward hotel wilh Harry Ambrose acting as masttT of ceremonies and Fred For- ester also rendering assistance. The Indians were dressed in their finest CORSETS Crompton Corsets in Lightweights Corset Waists, Bustles, Clasps, Hose Supporters Dress Shields V G. H. Johnston Residence 'Si BO v Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS; A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 86-0 Secretary Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F- A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome, A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary. P. O. New Stand 2 Doors East of Bijou O Coal, Ice and DRAYING I Western Transfer Co. J LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral -TELEPHONE: The Alberta Railway and irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LQTS ON THE MARKET Meets 1st and 3rd Mo ndays m K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-1 y T. J. WHITE, W. S lots Nortt o? the Railroad anti West of Westminster Xd. FROM EACH A man was fined i Ont.. for throwing Graveiihurst. 1 paper on the 8, IRE HUMEI L. M. JOHNSTON E Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union r.elhhridfe. Bank, JS-lyr Also a few Acre .Lots East Jbf Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third fi months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum llterti liifmf vA irrigitto (Uid UHilirUlie, lib, PROMPTED by the ly increasing for Bath Room we have just received very beautiful line new and artistic covering a wide of The Fixtures are the finest, most nickle plate, and that you could not be interested in beauty and It would be a to have yon call and amine them whether are au intending chaser or not. C.W. LETHBRIDGE IIHI Canadian Order of Foresters CMTt Lrittrife fc.262 Meets iii K. of P Hail last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETHBRIDGE NO. it C.. E. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 3HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta. JSo. 293. Son of England teaefit Met] Moet in tho of Hall every firat and thin! Thursday in ibewonth nt p.m. Visiting brethren .weJ come. Walter Applphj, T. Robinn, Sir. W. President. Bci First-class Cafe TV TttU IQUi OlilKfi KOW Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Lithbridft Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy r.nd and Monday- in ths month. Employers roquiring certificated en- gineera, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with ut. xOBERT NEVIN, Chiei. W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. 44-lyM-n ;