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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .two LTA SATUJIBA JOtlPl Dtiy Herald PriuKd bj IfccDaili BeraH Co.. Daily; us. tfa, 2.M I, Daily, montliM, delivered. .Daily oue Daily, ww Daily, iix Daily, three by Weekly Herald, one year addresses changed ofteu de- sired; but both, new and old uiubt fiveu 1.71 n i Li 11 C L 1's been a vouchsafed a ecently converted brotlwV, duriug xperience meeting in lObeneaer Cha- A hcenyus, low- -down, conlam- nated tynnah for dese many yeahs, und knowed 'IJon't let dut molest yo', spoke up a y inclined deacon. "Do rest of uss knowed ii all de A; FAIR WAHN'IXG Ilo (elderly and you think, Miss- Flighty i that you learn to love going to cost you a SEND IT TO STATES. ABOlik. J ftlnSTS u COUNCIL I J strenuouf, time at 'the Court of Revis- ion this year. There wen? a few pieces of inlonnatioM out'LCM- ON'H HXCKl'TIOX said the merchant, The 'excellent exhibit Gea. 1C BaUh's special coniinittec has gath ored together for ike Dominion Fairi have to tire our frjend Polk. I is representative of the agricultural j ver saw any one quite resources of this district -and will 'Slow on everything, is earning' aod the kick against the of auto- mobiles. These dispensers of gaso- line odors and relieved of the" burden of taxation. "That may be alright when the steel's "are the] way they are now. but when they are all'fixed up slick and smooth there must be a change. Of all the wheeled tli.-nl for my education, rigs that travel the pike Transcript. 1 thai tears tor pieces as fast as an auto. In the older .settled where. aut.piQibb.Ues CAR OF BUFFALO BRAND Portland If flTi not everytliing, quick enough.' h tirvil MADE 'I HIMSELF SO. called to see JJrassey show at Calga- ry that Lethbridge is the centre of one of the richest regions on the con- tinent. _ t The exhibit should not be used for i service at alone, it ought lust night but he wasn't, at home.' to be sent to every fairiti! 'Oh! yes ho the Westerii States to enable no, he wasn't." the thousands of people who are considering the Canadian! West as. a future place of the little are plentiful, there is no bigger prob- lein facing the municipalities than i the making of roads'that will .stand ijLhe onslaught of the_sc machines. used be the best roads-in I tho country have been rippod'all to" pilch-holes by them and.it seems al- most imposible. to make a that will wear these dust-scattering, .surfrteerdisjn tegratiug terrors of -the; farmer; And when this city lixed lite ON TRACK Co, ltd. Coktuau, ft busj {jeUjpf; the on which the UfHt of uly s to bu heki iuto are -lie CAtfeS MADAM ttOMtAM iurc the posters rfc everyone iy that aluitg ed by' Hie money HTHl Aft prices 4o Nil A limited adnber of loU bs-'liut I tell you he xvns-j up .it must pass sifinjgeht by-laws re- ch at home, lie iiuiisojjoliwd'} of aiiios in the city of'the hammock on our porch all even-; best; road the city -engineer i- ;i i can order will soon be no. more ir the i abode, to realize that the Ltftnjjriuge v, I {motorists have their swing, nven ati that they should bs taxed, for there' is not a motorist living thai will not -nerd up if he tliiuks'the policemen are dressed in invisible blue. It's aginv human district can't be beaten on top of the earth. For our part the display, we Iwlieve would, do'more effeciive work across the line than at Calgary. The tlcrald understands that the 1M POUT ANT AI.lpITlOX is the total popular of Uie UlobeV v small boy and GETiYOUR by arc coining, first class e as well will the foot- ball. and other r f 4 v Jjfcjtl ntuke' up day not soon be forgotten by thow uttcad ._ Fiplcndul gioundi right tho anon have been secured These sing by a boaid a grand provide com- foi tab Unseats for all while the crowd be under peifect control, Thu band IH practicing failhfullv getting up a lot of new music and'will prove qne of tKe features of tha Elaborate be mg made to accommodate who tome so far as lunch and meals are lonLcined and a good Uma is'guar- anteed all who Jlr. Oimette is moving his family ito the house lately occupied-by Mr. Ulimoe im down three MAuJ iiutalmeuU witjb iuteieftf ii 8 per cent You cannot beat it HAMitroe) a OONVMAMC B. C> L. Bte. Block, immigration agents of the Canadian government in the Western States have exhibits at all the leading fairs each year and all the Board would need; to do would be to arrange with the .immigration department for the display to be taken, along; AJ man to take charge of it and distribute pamphlets, Txithb'ridge would also be required-and that man should be A. E. Humphries. It is quite pos sible Arrangements ..i.could be made to have him attached to the Canadian Immigration service in the Western States for a month or so without .cost to Lethbridge.'- The matter should be considered by the Board of Trade and u strong ef- one-half Small girl ('raisiiig- her hand) we "have a nexv Ijab .-'t.. brother in our Speaking good rba'ds mikes" me think of the time Dad, and the engineer have Carlson, (settling bilj in Kagle; House, 1 lay my ity, sir, Itut what fio you stuff full of the graders up oil the sireets and ingsVon: other be. full'-of people Xlr. icds witu in this up a few rolls at Landlord have several blocks a' lineman" o! the city ift-ernoon He vv.as his 'head'came injconfcact a live uire went through deatli Before of the acciclehfc. licds in thta could nine -ttjm net v i; ..-j. be had in the hull I'ouiuy, J If the stret 'is That Is very inter-Uot lip.: spick ;and span 1 know now whore the it is Dad will have came from that brokn the, camel's! tne- alongJ buck; -J'uv-k.' jto a terrible temper protest-i iiig vjgorbusly. "arid. in.'n'o uncertain ONE ON niK Wgainst; the'-way-tlie grader i The preacher wns making is Jea.sihg their t.iken down the his hancLi.ranc Hundred the immigration i miai c-ail lhe midst of fort made to have UUJ juiiingruLiuij. cail lhe midst of the co-xSrta authorities join in giving this dis- versation thi- small son of -the trict the publicity, to which it is en-, ,nme ninninq in. His clothes titled, but has not received from i torn and one of his eyes wereVblacV cned. that source. .SAVE THE FORT Cooper, Editor of the Ca- Courier, "is touring" Albcrtti just and .one, of the he made, while at Edmonton; is worth the serious consideration of the everything, and t explain the] fair, whole, sch'emfe of the grading to them es werei and then not'be able, to convince; them i that the ;ku6ws his business j the city is not in ho UOTS 0. Etc Muck. R. a B. C.' MOORE Alberta On; the: site acquired ment buildings at Edmonton is the old Hudsons Bay Fort; ode of the- land marks of the.province.1 ?C" "That fort said Mr. Cooper. years now it will be one of the sights of the city. It is one of the mark the fact that country is not entirely new, that the has a A history. Thej towas-'ofv. the-. west' cannot be tool careful 'to in Ontario have been historical features in the province, bayo been allowed to go, said the league, with; to- leave the city been fighting attain- Your clothes, ircj i-X. the worst ".jwssible shape and to torn and you have a black eye. make it as ihconvenient as possible! Fighting is very wick'etl. .Gome heVcj 'for; of-the. high way. .'people.] and let'me pray for'.you." 'Aw g'wan.' the prompt honm and pray for your own he's black eyes.' will; have; to kick and..pad ihight retort well get'lirs' coat of armoiir ordered PEDLAR'S SON WINS Senior "Aftsr Two London, June- Senior riglit away for he 'surely Chiftf having put tlie- boslV p_n. the gambling bien 'devoting "his the" last few- -days to- those ot people's UptqpertVj.t the, gambler "at is ar'cnmiriairatainst-KiI fellowman. End ..j -at Cambridge -year T hec rigln .placehs fa East v t an. .The cow atrhet: best ami rigln .placehs fa or but in her wrong place is a -con- Jstu'clentj uie of an Jewish peddler who has been to by persecution, voung- .mati is- named Selig and :his success furnishes; propertv, he is'liable for .the.'damage e Of the ._ T'-T t j '--r-r. liberiately allows -his into_ disrc- e elementary schools. His! J__A__ _A1.._ foundetl nuisance ;and '..her, .owner -is a criminal against his: feirowman. a man or to disappear-altogether." 3fr. Cooper .never, made saner statement. Ontario has been neglect- ful nnd AHxirto, though a young pro vince, has not; benefiteKl by the cx- .perience oli its .older sisterj We are father landed "here practicallv penni-' less'' .ixfeen Vyears was sentvto the Jews' free school in the lion feet o East End of Rothschild" teeth.. If is "worth PERFECT ICE-CREAM. Warranted to; make a joy of every zling hot day. -You never knew what.rlce-Gream until yoix've tasted .ours. All RICHEST, This is a iargu scven-rooiu- H! hoube and wrill very suitable or Mr Ouuette. __ The coiJlicii has taken a step foivuml in. the matter of street niprovemeat. The mam street' has jecn jtp pnp- vent foe'to good :hoy are being atered daily or us often, during tlte day is rynTi'red f to keep theiu clean and as lay the dust warm -tf .J5 enjoyetrby all, and it is they may be continued. _ .Thou; the days were hot the cool evening made sleeping and ln'e X a real treat Fjshm'g sport is in- dulged m now-a-days by Jany can spare" thJe_ time. Wednesday af- ternoon being tho when, all stores .arc closed the clerks ar.d not fail tq, improve thqir opportuliity and become YoT- loviers _of Isaac Walton" .it HeaH tor a time" This week 'the .contingent Mom the Mercantile met with much. success home a fitte" string a i of beauties" from "Crow's Nest 1-a.ke as a result of their half day'scouting t Those have fr'fiiuls Vnd ones laid away m tKe cemetery en1" the mountain side are busy "this weelc" fixing them up on the "Decoiation Day" which m on uhen the members of to Oftee Ktt. B. ARCHITECT -I i-. JAS. X MACOONALD ARCHITECT BUck; IT, Improved farm 320 Acres .close (o Leth- 200'acres in crop. All goes to purchaser for- ALVlNRtPLCY Room 1 Whitney Block AUOlTlfe COL- LECTIOW andj RENTALS Fir., Lii4 and 7 Whitney Block F. M., a R: A. _ Bef mating -the third Tharadiy' oi each month in the Masonic Hall, F. Or Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will alwaji-receive a welcome. W. II. _ Occittaiy, P. O. Box W7 JPUIiEST> BEST. ,Try ay, and evenng i you wmt it TODAY try it an the to win a soft Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Crem Pafrtof thatvlodge_-march up to decorate the the other be st.hbughfc rep CREAM SkiDnb Fiuit wl "G. W.H..REED Successors to Hadiey-Roberts Co president. There a scholar- ship" which enabled .him. k> to allowing the most valuable historical !Truiit3' Cambridge, in -Oc- records-to be-.lost. We are neglect- itober' 1906'- He is now in Possession ing to gather the reminiscences of scholarshiP- a.year, old-timers in the country nud unless !-TlgS lather Wfls the government soon takes action the old fort at the capital, into complete; disrepair :hnd lost to the 'future generations. when the news of his son's success reached [London. j Thii is the second time that a Jew has been "Senior Wrangler" at Cam- bridge. Tlie first occasion 'was in 1367 when the honor was won by the late Turna Hartog, who was a prom OUR POINT OF VIEW Thft New York Sun says that Sen-limml figure in the agitation for ator RouteiVs speech nominating; removal of Jewish disabilities. Speaker Cannon at the Chicago con-j----------------'-------------------------- vention pictured "Uncle Joe ns al- most too good for earth and yet not quite good enough for the Ucv. Mr. pringle has not been ajjlc to make his opinion regarding tho morals of Dawson City unanimous. Chief -Justice Fitzpatrick of the j Supreme Court has been appointed a! member of the King's Privy Council, j He will now be known as the Right5 lion. Sir Charles Fitzpatrick. j The Toronto Telegram doesn't like; the new Canadian flag designed oy i W. G. Hunt of Calgary. Mr. Hunt' might as well throw the design into the waste paper basket now. Presidential Taft is a hard worker. His motto is: best of all is pure joy of ser- vice. To do that are worth white, to in 'the thick: of is to DROWWCD AT PEARCC June sad drowning occurred today at Pearce, about eight miles of Robert Laing, aged Mlpefi ftara, and his little brother were playing along the BHly riref, vrhen eldjer boj- fell in and awife cnr- rwrt. later What In the morn- ing, when you lay in an Eye Opener over night, I am assured that the Bob Ed- wards maga- zinc will air- rive on this afternoon's lo- cal. is worth its'stable "andj'feell' and-: ii a man will not provide .these trie; whole year rblrnd for.the-mamifacture of his should not allow him to'--use the :6mte. What; though the. English blokes do holu- thoir city prnpfrty so high-that no one will buy it -or refuse to sell at any price, thus leaving acres of pas lure land iinf no right on it "unless it- is foncwl pff and'- rented for that purpose. Theso I animal? dor right of poople-to have a nice lawn or a patch of potatoes and garden truck. And there are few thingsimtirirexasporat- ing ihan to get up in the morning to find that, the neighbor's cow .'has' pastured on cne's lettuce and green anil used the front lawn for n bed. Gates and fences do not keep out the average city cow for I'll back them against.any, for going through fences and lifting gatqs. My tip to Dad is to pass a by-law prohibiting 1 people under any circumstances keep- itig ;t unitisss it is kept securely hi a stable and a small strong- yard in their own backyard. Moroverr .if the brute gets out and does damage, j the qwnor should be made to pay the possible value of the garden to the owner of the garden and a good heavy fine There is no use going easy in this matter. Drastic measures vigorously enforced is the j-only remedy for a nuisance that more j than any other.is keeping people from 'beautifying their gardens and boul- evards. Phone 211 The Loibbrid'jjc'pubL'c :nid the to the is as cleati and up-to-date resjanrant as there is in AlHerta, and thatjrtrictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Strntories nrt Gm mmm "ifrs butlttndcr the carc- f X.-J it -f ful nuising 3trs Watson she is tauidly ret-ofcring anjl soon be restored to health The finishing touchei? are beingljjut on the new Miner's 3 tall and Opera "House and on thej First of will ijs" baptism of music anil that goes to "enterta.tn It is mdCfvl a credit not only to Coleman hat to the whoUt Pass and ill prove an tractmn to-aH good companies trav- elling in Western f Canada of the .school cTonMl tonight t or the summer "Vacation to re-open Vtigust 21th The rest who are lag upon the depArtmental examiruL- fe jiviii _not get their til next Tuesday night. RUN OVER BY WAGON Hamilton, Ont., June Mere, a young married man, was per haps fatally injured last night. While driving home one wheel of his heavy Dragon fell off causing the horses to run away. The wagon over i his body crwshinf it badly. L. M. Barrtolvr Office adioininf Uaioa Baak A strawbjrr' "s-Kriil bs' the parcorinea of ti; Msthasist Church en Monday rwrt. City; Band wilt let evn, Etc. ill bt served. Place S'-x.' Orders for .WITH... 1st Sily and" 3rd ICondtyt ijaK.ofP Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting invited: S. G. DAV1ES, T.' J. Niest of Owls Uthbrnlfe ol I' Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 first and third Wednesday of eaeh month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. 8TOEKEY, C. EO68 TATE, PreMideow M. PRIEST. Junior Part Merit Fmstos Merta in K. Hall Tharaday otmontk. Viwting Brethien J. P. RQ6KRS, C.R A NEIDIG, F.8r HXTUtES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzfe Cb Roy ELECTRICIANS Ntfkt Prkk of Alberta, No. of be .sure you drihv only those beverages Iwttled Brewing and Ltd. This on a battle is gilt cdfe fwar- antee that the comehte are absolutely pure and clean in respect, and that they are the fiiwai honated bcveiagos oSTetCd for ante. MALTING Ibe LONG Office opposite TCt.BtRHO.N'lC ear CMHISTIMI T C M FE ft A NO C U H I O ft hi third Friday ia MBS: A B mmravna, Dxy fan to July TicMts 1st, Anal Ha. 1'JI p.m., T lo on. o. j. coumiot IS: 1 to i. STATMNMIIT CNOlliEtllt ;