Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR LETHBRSDGE, ALT A ,t A T U R DA Y J UN i .28, I III. JULY 2 RINGS TRUE THROUGHOUT LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY Afternoon Performance Only "Tb4 best that (truck Chicago." Jountl. "NotMagiatlM world of TenUd Amusements tU equal." -X K tt THE FUST AIIUAL lOUBAY TOUI OF TNE COWIOYS, COW- IBIS III IWAIS OF THE MOST FAMOUS 111 CM IN TIE VOBLD, AID COM- POSE) SOLELY OF OKU. NONA'S MAIIIE FEATUIES AIIFlfiUIES A pfodifioot conulldattai Cowboys, Wild West Girls, Vaqueros, ScnorJDs, Gu2rdin5 Rumlcs. Men Women Sharpshooters, Cham- I pioni of the Lirat, Rough ;jRidert, Line Riders, Rmgc Riders, Pony Express Veterans, Pioneers, Tnppers, Hun ten, Scouts, Heroes and Old Timers of the Wildemeti, Explorers, Bull Fijbacn, Steer Steer Tiers, Horse Wranglers, Buffaloes, Long-horned Texas Cattle, Butting Bronchos and Muitangi, Cowponies, Paintponics, and all other real, actual, gen- uine, simon-pure denizens of the cow-camp and range, reproduc- ing the Sports, Frolics, Games, Round-upt, Hard- ships, Perils, Combats, Adven- tures Romantic Happenings of their 3'irej. Everything except a Tenderfoot! Indian! fresh from Camp-fire and Council, making their fitst acquaintance vrith Pale-face CirHizatioo, in Fan- tticc Native Accoutrements and Paint, and exhibiting their War Dancel and other Weird Rites and Pastimes, Sivajeria, Horsemanship, Bow and Arrow Skill, Methods of Hunting, Trailing, Trapping and Ambushing. Exuberant Western movement pervades our every long and varied programme number. Every act and acnoo it typical of the Ranch and Ranp. Without Circus, Vaudeville jr Theatric adjunct or atmosphere. OVERL4ND TRfllL FORENOON STREET PflRflDE Form your opinion of our Enterprise, if you are not acquainted, when we ride the principal thoroughfares in the morning. 2 DAILY PEIFOIMAICES. IAII 01 M. Doors open an hour earlier for FREE and welcome inspection of our Indian and Cowboy Encampment. Grand Stand Tickets on sale at the grounds continuously from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ADMISSION 50C. of iU Ido4 scope, by very oitiift) source of tepli-. cation ImlUtiOB. JuMftowii NatiOMl _____ Exposition, ud the other for two months fa legituMtc sad conceded AMUSEMENT SENSATION OF NEW YORK CITY i A CHILDREN GOOD ROAD IN SIGHT Albjrta Goverrtmant to Meet of the Ptople of the the I'afA is to have a t-'ooil road at list urid it i.s to extend u 11 tjie way from tlu> 'prairie to Crow's Nest Luko. cuHi-d, Minister Cashing and time he''am that the would do suitable work the main through the district but il is e re- LONDON HAS A NEW FOOD FAD Penguin's Eggs Imported: from South America are Becoming Fashionable London, June The very latest thing imported for the purpose oi put. ting an edge on the Londoner's pro- aiutnuDcenu nt con- road now learned that'hp proposes doing much inori' than was stated that time, thus demonstrating again that the Alberta government do east. It is the intention to bridge :ill bad plac take thi- rocks out of the rough and where the road is on the P. R. right of way it will ULI put over on the government survey. The bridge over the Old Man jurit enst .McLaren's mill, will be replaced by n steel span, the river bank u> Hluirmore where the s.reain thre.it- ens to cut across the will be repaired or piles driven and the bank protected, list- two bridges which stand :it right angles to the regular course of the road wil likely'-be straightened, a steel bridge will be put over Gold Greek at tlie Sixth street crossing in Frank, the slide road will b- improv- ed, the bad crossing of the railroad ai Hillcrest junction will be made good and the road between 'Bellevue and the prairie will be put in good shape. A-crew of men is now work- ing at Burmis which will be started at once on that section of the road and' the two crews will work toward one another until the work i? completed. All of which will be a work so badly needed and :its consummation so welcome that the government should receive the heartiest commen- dation from the people'of The Pass. The egg has already been put on the STEVENSON SUPREME CHIEF O. F. Committee Has Reached Decision on Rates No Toronto, June Collins has withdrawn from the contest for the office of supreme ranger of the Independent Order of Foresters. He will, however, run for supreme treas urer. The re-election of E. G. Stev enson, the present supreme chief, is now assured. The rates committee has made no attempt to settle the much discussed problem as to what the rates are to be. Three propositions are to be sub mitted to the supreme court. In brie they are: (1) Full actuarial solvency Crates involving a large increase in old members dues and payment of back dues. I (2) Readjustment proposed by Su- preme" Chief Stevenson, based in'part -upon actuarial solvency, but giving 'more privieges'to old members than- would a cold actuarial "computation. j (3) Berating of old members on present rate at their age'.of Hang woollens out on the Iine.drip- ing wet, without wringing 11. If dried in.U'.is way they will lot shrink. Half a lemon dipped in "salt is ex- ellent for. cleaning copper articles. Oxalic acid, too, is equally successful join for "copper'and A few drops of alcohol 'rubbed on he inside of- lamp chimneys will re- move all traces of greasy smoke when vater alone is of no avail. Silver 'that is in daily use may be great variety, of vegetable, meat and cream soups, which 'are appetizing. Cream of gus, are particularly good. A soup kitttlu every bone or scrap of meijtt'left over i considered very, "essential'" in households, especially where 'soup is1 served every 'day. One or tvro cold rice M jin ad- dition to anj' 't hem" "at ly chicken or mutton broth.- Be care- ul that tlie soup is never greasy. If Ije stqck.btands removed. A cupfulj'of flavors a Qf-'itock. n making good BOjijp, hay 'cel- ery, parsley, whole- cloves and-other herbi excellent- lor Beans cept bright by placing- it occasionally n hot borax -water and allowing it to stand an hour or two. Rinse with clear hot water, then wipe with a lean dry towel. For dull and speckled mirrors take L small portion of whiting and add sufficient cold tea to mnke a paste rub the glass with warm tea, dry wit! a soft -cloth, rub a little of the paste well on the mirror" and polish' dry with tissue paper. To clean white or light feathers lay the feathers flat" on a clean whil cloth, then rub wheaten flour well in After doing this shake out the flour Hold the feathers- for a few monyjnt to the fire, shakings-all the time when they will- look equal to Natural wood should be freed from ail loose dust before cleansing and then may be wiped off with a woollen cloth moistened with oil and turpen- tine, or'Avith alcohol. This treat- ment should be followed by a rubbing with a dry woollen cloth to bring out the polish. A woman who found sev- eral dents in the hardwood of her diningroom wainscoating restored it By laying over each dent a thick pad of wet brown 'paper, a wet.. cloth fold- ire and- jjeaa make, delicious excellent stock lor'soup is made by cooking a kuuckle-'of veal and beef bone in cold with six. potatoes, five carrots and four tiny onions, on the back of the stove 'for'a day or longer, then strain and set away. HE SET FIRE TO A WOMAN her writhe from behind a fringe of tall grass oh the edge of the railroad cut. The doctors at Fardham Hospit al say that Miss Catherine McCormick New York, June thirteen year old Italian boy set fire to the dress of a woman in Rose Hill Park, The Bronx; yesterday and watched the -woman, may not live. H.P.Timmerman, formerly general superintendent of the eastern divis- ion of the C. P. R. hos been appointed industrial commissioner for the com- pany's line east of Montreal. KILLED LITTLE SISTER Fort William, Ont., June children oi James Harrison, section STORM AT SIOUX CITY Sioux June persons "were injured, one perhaps fatally; two houses and half a dozen bariis destroyed, by a tornado which struck the eastern outskirts of Sioux foreman, aged 5 and'9, were playing City late yesterday afternoon. The around the roundhouse, when the boy residence of Mrs. Mamie Howe, of got hold of a rifle. The boy in play Grenville, was wrecked. The three pointed .the weapon at his sister and persons in the house, Mrs. Howe, it was discharged accidentally, fatal- Charles Eakman, nephew, and Charles ly wounding the little'girl, who died Youhil, we're badly injured. Mrs_ shortlv after. Howe may die. then cd several times over that and applying a hot iron over all the pad was about dry it was remov- ed and if the place still showed a mark, the treatment To Soup i No matter how plain and simple a dinner may be soup adds to it. Poor soup is often served because too little attention it paid to it. First of all there must be good material to start with. Cold irater should always be used where meat is cooked in order to draw -out" the -Saltr- must never be added until the soup is done. Soup should simmer on back of the stove instead of-boiling rapidly; When the meat is well cooked, strain, add salt "and set in a cold place. Skim off all 'grease from the surface the next" day and the stock is ready for use. Clear soups are never considered as "wholesome as others. There :ire a FRENCH FAKIR SKIPS Lemoine the Man' Who Claimed to Able to Manufacture Diamonds Paris, ThVjUhioihe dia- mond case came to a sensational ing with an unexpected cliinax this afternoon. Lemoine has -and his famous ''formula for the 'manufacture of diamonds is a fantastic farce. Hen- ry Lemoine is the Frenchman who was taken into custody a lew ago on the charge of money from Julius Wrencher an Engt iish diamond merchant on false prei tences. Lemoiue declared -he could manufacture diamonds and it is al- leged that he secured a large sum of money from Mr. Wrencher on- that pretence. Lemoine was released to give him an opportunity manufacture, dia- monds and make good his claim arid ha was to. vindicate himself 'by hibithig stones .of his owu -.manufac- ture. Whqn the case -did nfc was called in it was anounced that he had fled. In this presence of. Mr. ..Drencher the court "then 50peried; the famous r.en- said to contain mula. The paper inside was read but it contained only-a jumble of fantas? tic ruthless phrases. CHARGED WITH GRAFTING Frank, June A.-Devi, chief license inspector for Alberta, isv here today -to' hold "m investigation into charges laid against the board of li- cense commissioners by J. B: of alleging graft fig- ured in the refusal of. the..board to grant a license to her hotel, the Nor- thern at Bellevue. No specific .alle- gations were made but- the complain- ant is being given an opportunity to prove the charges. HOOT MON! Canada's Greatest Concert Band in its tour of the World will give One Performance Only at tlie Forty-two in the Band Champion Boy Piper of the world Clan Johnstone Dancers Champions of Great Britain Two Giant Drum Majors Each over 7 ft. tall Splendid Program of Band Music, Bagpipes National Dances Songs and 'Choruses r Male Choir of 16 Voices Athletic Park, Thursday, June 25, at 7.15 p.m. sharp TICKETS. To Grounds and Grandstand To Grounds 50c, CHildren 25c, BliSfchers 25c extra Plan now open for subscribers at J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Open to public morning at 9 o'clock. Orders for Seats may be mailed to O. D. Austin, Secretary of Committee This Band has the best record of any band on tour, there being no more popular band in the world. This is its 16th annual tour and the band has twice been commanded by His Majesty King Edward VII.