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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO LE7HBKIDOE, ALTA THURSDAY; JUNE II Daily Herald J TABERTAli MMMMIMMJi Priuted by the Daily Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at iU office. Rouud St.. Lethondge, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Manafinf D) and Editor. .36 3.00 1.70 Daily, one year, delivered M-JJ Daily, iU moath, delivered, 2.W Daily, three delivered.. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail...... Daily, iix bj mail Daily, thiee montlii, by mail Weekly Herald, one year changed often as de- sired but both new and old address must be given. HIS LOUDrsr CALL (Canadian Couiie "You may say what you said a disgusted "iir.lvpesi'Um" of .North Toronto on the moming oi the ninth June, "but Hossack will be pre- mier some day." Think of ejaculated a fsu-soe- ng friend, "a Presbyterian elder for Lieutenant-governor, a Presbyterian >arson for editor of the Great Or- gan, a Presbyterian parson president of Toronto University and a Prosby- terian parson premier of the Province Tuber, Juno 24.-Mr. J. Sherman slipped over to Lethbrnlgy and were! there joined in the holy bonds of wed] lock which made them husband and wife. They returned yesterday on tho C. li. local. Mr. niiil Mrs. Lee arc idely known here as they have been uployees for years in our leading otels. Their many friends wish them suc- ess up the ladder of life. A widower nnd a widow, both of of Ontario. Ah! It day for Scotland." be a great FRU1T GROWING Lctbbridge as a iruit growing dis- trict will soon be as well known as Lethbridge, the coal mining CC-LUAJ and the winter wheat centre. Kach year proves the great advan- tages this district offers for fruit growing on a large scale. No other section oi Western Canada can moke the same claim in this respect with the exception of British Columbia. Small fruits, strawberries, currants and raspberries have been raised here for some years and invariably have yielded a splendid return to the grow ers. This success has prompted sev- eral parties to go into fruit growing on a large scale and this year one enterprising gentleman, within a few miles of the city, has five acres under cultivation. Headers of the Herald are also familiar with the fact that a Calgary syndicate purposes using eighty acres of land close to the city for the growing of small fruits. Both these ventures are sure to meet with success as long as they are handled by men who understand fruit grow- ing. The time is within the range 01 early realization when this region will be supplying the demands oi the fruit markets of Winnipeg and other cities of the plains. The fruit we raise is of the finest quality and can beat anything raised across the bor- der or in B. 0. Once it gets on the market in large quantities its sak can not be stopped. The people wil want it in preference to all others. Blairmore IJliiiniioro, June credit i due the council for the timely t, of tlio roitds and sid The grade -on Victoria St. has biiei raised and levelled up in several plat- es. The skk-v.alk bus been cxlende two blocks east. Tho sUir-slep wal is al last levelled much ueede iiuprovemt'iil. the wife of Harry Kar ouse, a sou. CAR OF BUFFALO BRAND TO COLONIZE 24JM SWIM Raymond vs of whom could jot be learned at the present writ- called upon Bishop W. S. John- ston of Woodpecker and preseuted to j. him their license to wed. It is need- less to say that the bishop tied the connubial knot which made them young again. Taber can justly boast of her well cultivated gardens und in some in- stances of lawns, flowers, small fruit and shade trees. Special mention can be made of the artistic designs iu the front yard of] Councilman Beck. The waUt from1 the front door to the gate is to be asphaltum. Studded on either side are two rows of mixed flowers, be-1 twefiii which are potted house plants. Cement ON TRACK Tte tatty Co. Iti. M UTMW Company Porch AcrM of Land Thirty Tacornah, June largest laud deal of years in tins State has just been cloned, whereby Berne a Swiss colonization com- pany, purchased acres of log- ged off lands around the head of Hood .Canal, thirty miles west of Tacpma. All the timber remaining is to be re- moved within four years. The price is to be paid in instalments I The Swiss colonization company will bring to Tacoma Swiss colonists with household equipment and cattle. A town will be established in each township and the will en- j gage in agriculture, dairying, pot- tery making and other simple manu factures. Each will receive a-piece of farm land and a town plot, the com- pany receiving one-tenth of each year's earnings until payments-are completed with low rate of interest. The col- ony will be larger than those success- fully established in California, New Zealand and on the Atlantic coast. 15 in RUL BTHl at to auit the time WIFE FEARS FOR ROOSEVELT. to the wife of Louis Dutil, a daughter. GROVER CLEVELAND Dan Sinclair has jumped ilut broom- stick. He gave his frieuds here quite a surprise when he returned home with his bride yesterday. Mrs. clajr, formerly Miss Wren, is well and favorably known here. Wilfrid C-oddtird, who has been fol- lowing the race circuit with Rosalta, returned home Saturday. Mrs. liiggius, of Coleman and Mrs. Dufour of CranM'Ook are visiting heir mother Mrs. Goddard. Mrs. James Stephens and children have left for Sault Ste. Marie where they intend to reside, Mr. Stephens vill join them shortly. The rumor is very current that the C. P. H. will change the _main line to the other side of the river. The ball game between Frank and CoJemau recently resulted in a win for Colemau of 9 to 6. It was a lucky thing for Frank that, they could not get anyone to cover their money. Wait till Blairmore gets at them. Blairmore hasn't lost a game now for four years except The cement works are gradually as- Climbing roses and Virginia creepers decorate the porch and windows, while Jack pines and Australian pines shipped direct from Iowa form a picturesque hedge on the border line. June 122nd was a red-letter day lor Taber at the Canada West Coal Co. mines. With flags flying and bunt- ing waving, bearing the appearance The United States is a young na- tion and yet today oi the many men who have lilled its presidential chair not one is living except the present occupant, Theodore Roosevelt. For a number of years C rover suming a building-like appearance. The heavy part of the roofing is now of a national holiday, over men women and children as per announce- ment by the mine management that at 8 p. m. a free electric motor ex- hibition with cars attached, and run- ning upon a tested track would be tested prior to shipping the same to the great Dominion Fair at Cal- gary. This motor is used in the mine for the purpose of hauling cars of coal to the hoist. It is manufactured by the Morgan Gardner Co., Ltd., Chicago. It's weight is five tons and it has the power of 235 horses. It can be run in peries or parallel with a pressure of 250 volts. It has a draw-bar pull of pounds dead weight at 8 miles per hour, and can be controll- ed from either end, fitted with double Don't forget about your Preserving Strawberries Next week will be heaviest shipments of the season, so leave your orders and they will be filled prompt- ly. We also handle the famous Sehram Sealer, none better or easier to operate. Call and inspect them and you'll have no other. THE GOOD CO. r Groceries, FnluMiiceCreai Phone 98. Mrs. McCormick Says That's One Reason He Didn't Want to Run One A limited number of loU ou Westminster Road GourtUnd Street Each norcssioNAL CARDS MADAM NORMAN Pianitte) of ofjwn. voice production. or pupib, prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching (or Sir Mi. WJ.OALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili f Oto-M4 Btdpaih m SI 74 p.m. down iwl in three annual with interest at 8 per cent You cannot beat it Net Dftf ticCLURf It STEWART, Bur DentUU. OOot Houn: tarn, to itn.; 1p.m. to 6p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG and town WhUnty Btock. C. L have The West Canadian Collieries here a huge lump of coal from their Ik'llevue mine. It will be scut to the Calgary exhibition. The lump Cleveland, the pride of the Democra- 1 weighs over two tons. tic party, the conservative element at I Mrs. Fortier pf Frank is visiting least, held the distinction of being the only living past president of the great republic. He was a noble fig- ure in the life of the .nation and had the regard and esteem of the people. Cleveland was never as strenuous and aggressive a statesman as Roosevelt or Bryan but he gave tfce United States eight years of honorable and able service. His attitude in the .Venezuela incident caused much criti- cism of his policy of spread eagleism on this side of the border but withal he had many admirers in Canada and in Great Britain. Clrover Cleveland was a self-made man. Like Garfield, Grant, Lincoln and JIcKinley he had cut out his own career in a struggle with adversity, tic proved as these and others have done that the presidential chair was open to the most humble citizen to occupy. As long as a man is a man through and through and possessed of high ideals and noble purpose the honor of being the Chief Ruler oi the na- tion is within his reach. friends in Blairmore. }lr. Tuft, tlorist of Lethbridge, is in town on business. MINISTER AT TEHERAN. London, June is stated that George H. Barclay, Charge De'Affairs of the British Legation at Constanti- nople, will replace Cecil Springerice, the minister at Teheran, who is retir- ing on account of ill-health. Mr. Springerice was appointed minister in 1895, succeding Sir A. H. Hardinge. trolley pull. It's capacity is 30 cars each containing a ton. As as 7 o'clock the great exhibition grounds showed signs of was in readiness eager and curious multitude gan to assemble, and in the mean- time, many visited the power house and engine rooms, never before dreaming that such collossa1 structures were so nigh at hand. Promptly at the hour of eight the great mine whistle, with a stentor ian tone, demanded implicit attention of the multitude. Taylor, mine superintendent, in a The Free Tress says: A. S Bowman, who about acres of land near Woodpecker, has his steam plowing outfit working ?very day breaking, lie intends to sow all the fall wheat he can fall. New York, June Robert S. McCormick, who has been attending ihe Republican convention at Chicago with Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, daughter of the president caught the Hamburg-American liner Kaisorin Auguste Victoria yesterday by a mat- ter of about five minutes. Mrs. McCormick rather startled her interviewers by saying that the Presi- bent was tired of his strenuous work and that he wanted a good long rest. She said that another reason for the President's determination to decline a third term nomination was the fear ol his wife that something would happen to him if he accepted the honor. Mrs McCormick said that Mrs. Roosevelt had told her, Mrs. McCormick, again and again that she feared for the Pres dent's safety. "Every time he leaves tlie White Mrs. McCormick said, "Mrs. Roosevelt is greatly alarmed. Although the President makes light of Mrs. Roosevelt's fears he'has been unable to allay them, and she is in a very nervous condition." Read This A few of the best located lots in NORTH WARD JUST EAST OF SCHOOL EACH per month R. V. GIBBON PW222 Oil Block K.C., D.C L., B. JtitM, B. CONYBCAKI ft JONES Etc. Office: Conybeue Block. Lrthbridga, Alta. W. C. SIMMONS AdvacaU, Barrister, Etc. Southard Block. R. G. ADD I SON Successor B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmor to Preebjrtemn Cfiurch Office Phooe 108. Residence 131. F, B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Roam f Whitnoy Block. 4TH OF JULY AT CALGARY Amongst the many hundreds of Lethbridge people attending the Fourth of July celebration at Cal- gary will b'c tho Citizens Band. The band has entered for the big band contest, arranged by the American Association of Alberta, and the boys arc practicing hard and are confident of carrying off the honors. The prac- OUR POINT OF VIEW Some day soon Lethbridge fruit will bo the popular in the hotels and restaurants of Winnipeg. Next week the prize pumpkins and mangel wurtzels will be dazzling the natives of Calgary, Alta. A hidebound supporter of Roose- velt, the SL. Paul Dispatch, must be for the New York Sun insinuates that it sneezes when the president takes snurt. Good thing to be able to have somebody do the nasty jobs liko that. tice Tuesday was on the march and Director Harper gave thu boys a good drilling, as the competing bands will be judged by their marching anc general appearance, as well as their playing. The band will number 18 or 20 pieces, and as far as arrange- ments are mrifie will leave thit citj n Friday, the 3rd. There will lx n open-air concert on the square on 'riday evening of this week, md i s the intention to play a select pro ramme of sacred music on Sumhvj evening. neat little speech, bade the immense throng a hearty -welcome. He ex- plained the object of this trial exhi- bition prior to conveying it to gary. Then coupling to the famous motor four fashionable coaches and a smoker, he yelled, "All aboard for Buffalo." 't is needless to say no time was st in getting "aboard." All had jolly good time and the best wish- of all Taborites are extended to icm during the fair. A handsome specimen of coal wil Iso be taken to the exposition, mea iring feet long, 4 feet wide, nnd 2 inches thick, and weighing four ons. A big chunk of coal from Leth- bridge is to be displayed by a Cal- gary firm at the Dominion exhibition Just like Calgary to claim that the coal was produced in the or within the city limits though tha city couldn't produce enough to keep a grate fire going a second. Lethbridge district can live within itself. Jt produces coal to fcccp th body warm and to create power fo it grows sugar beets from which sugar is made for its various uses; it grows the finest milling wheat in the world and has the mills here to turn it into flour; H raises fruit that would make the far-famed Niagara district envious; iU vegeta- bles can't be equalled tht Dominion over; its cattle and sheep range prairies winter and summer and pro- vide the best of beef and mutton and we could go on relating th? resources of the district from riow until the millenium but what we have said is gospel truth and proves that Lethbridge has back of it those things necessary to make a great city. I MET AN ADI tho other day which said: "I have A modern picture framing outfit." Soz T, "Do you frame pictures." PCX the ad, "but I've got the outfit alright." Now what do you think of that? Aren't modern outfits made for do- ing things with? At least, T find it very much so, and many who read this know what I mean. T promise you inni wufk roceivod by me within tho present week shall be clean- ed up by Tuesday first at arriving in the interim to be dealt with in its order quickly but artis- sloppy work in I been born a photographer, cleanly detail would have been my forte, and hang the dollars. As it is life is a Sahara, and I care for nothing but work since that seven days hard me. I SB "KILTIES" MADE A HIT The Kitties certainly made a hit in Calgary. The Daily News calls them 'the finest musical organization ever lean! .in Calgajy and it is all Cann- Han." And goes on to "There is little wonder thfit its ame as Canada's prule has penetrat- ed to practically every home through out the length nnd bredth of this great Dominion, until it is now al- most a household word. There is little wonder that the announcements preceding the arriva of this marvellously skilled hand o musicians is hailed with universal de light and satisfaction by the popu lace of the honored burghs. Thcr is littlp wonder that the people, flock 5n thousands to see them. There 5 little wonder that thefr effortt please are appreciated and. encorec with vociferous appiausc. All their j fame can well he understood i one looks upon these thirty sturdy men attired in their scarlet jackets, ptaici kiiifl, and white gaiters, and j hears the harmonious and soul-inspir ing music as it echoes through Ihc building. what true CaVncTian cares to admit that he or she has never the band at some time or other? "Their long and continuous prac- tice has given them a uniformity and I accuracy that is as near to perfec- tion as can possibly be. "Their notes swell nml die away with the most gradual and soothing effect, and their observance of time cannot be unfavorably criticized the most exacting car. "Such is the Kilties band. And they certainly lived up to their rep- MLHLIUII in itrc jnrrfuiisnunic given Sherman's Auditorium lost night. KILTIES SHEET HUttiTtirJ LETNBRIDGE WHAT AN INDIAN IS Ottawa, June magistrate in police court case against a local hotel man for selling liquor to In- dians, ruled' that an Indian in the eyes of was. anyone of In- dian or wholly, who had accepted government treaty or reserve regulations. The defendant WAS fined WINNIPEG MARKETS LOTS JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Red path Strttt Ltthbridgt, Alta. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Firt, and Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block 23 i. 2 Open Close 100 100 Alberta Realty Co Aiferti Lodge (3S) 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 weltorae. AC.ME8SER, G.V-8TORKEY. W. M. Secretary. P. G. Box Ii37 85 Wheat- June July Aug Oct............. Oats- June July.................. 4334 No. 3 White Oats- June July Rejected Oats- June 433-4 July 441-4 Flax- June July ClosinffxCash Prices No. 1 ....................1033-4 No. 1 Northern .................10218 No. 2 Northern................923-4 No. 3.......................... %7-8 No. 4 88 No. 5........................... 78 No. C 63 No. 1 feed 52 No. 3 White 413-4 Rejected 43 Flax- No. N. W....................... 119 No. 1 Man...................... 117 1023-4 1001-2 1037-8 86 43 43 42 4234 43 4334 119 119 WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Strnferrta rt Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIE3t W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat ol Owls, No. IN. will mecta the first and third Wednesday ol each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. 8TORKEY. Seccetaary. C. ROSS TATE, President. 11. PRIEST. Junior Put Pruo. Caaiii Order <4 Foresters Oscar Kinsman, 62 years old, died from a sunstroke at London, Ont. Geo. Green, of Govan. dropped dead in Palmer House, Regina. V. Cancy, of Stratford, is.likely to die from blood poisoning caused by a mosquito bite. Miller Bros. Ill f lid West Show OF CANADA fepH, lot mi OsV tiriM PnMi Eucci taty payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued. Exchange bought and sold. criwti Banking bv Mail. fj kCCMsA may be started with deposits of Interest at highest current rate paid four R. Mani Idfcrife Meets iu K. of P Hall last Thursday of -month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.8. Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293. ta if EqM taefit Wet) in the of Pythia- Ball every Int ami thinl TbtmUj m the at 8 p.n. Vmiting alwayi Walter W. PrvmJcut. Fnd T. Si e. Box 67. LETH BRIDGE BRANCH: LCTM0RIDOC C. B. P. O. C. on the second Tuesday of each north at B.15 P.M. E. A BHARMAN. M. PRIEST. E. R. SecreUry. FTXTUIES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzfe