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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPT AND TAG DAY FIFT SALVATION ARMY BAND On the Square from 2.30 to 4.00 COMBINED CHURCH PARADE in Evening At Hospital Squarevfrom 3.00 to 4.30 Every one, man, wonian or child, contributing to-the' Hospital Fund will be presented with a little tagj !j If You're "Tagged" on Sunday FourfBands and Fourteen Societies Will be Included. Ladies wishing to assist with contribution boxes please notify the Secretary, 57, or dall at Herald Office Friday or Saturday evenings. LOCAL OPTION FOR HESPELER Hespeler, Aug. Hes- peler Citizens' league in the interests of local option held an open air meeting th'is Straday afternoon on the grounds in front of the Hespeler Furniture Company. Teachers and scholars of the different Sunday Schools about 500vin number paraded the grounds, the children carrying small flag MEDICINE HAT CITY AND NO DAMAGE TO CANAL for TJs." They were headed the Salvation Band of Guelph. Colon, Aug. earthquake was na after eight, o'clock this morn- ing. In Colon the shock was slight and no damage was done. Typical European a member of a T- r. r German family of any branches. CountUuoGratzu.StolhP.rs.Wprni5.iHt, borr, in Berlin sixtv-nine erode, the-Preadent of the Reichstag year, ago, and belong to the' Krep-' DISTRICT HAS MANY ADVANTAGES of his faily of Silesia. I His wife was Elizabeth Countess von! Arniin, and he has two sons and five daughters. (From Herat's Travelling Corre- spondent) Medicine Hat. Aug. city certainly "has a fine post office build- ling. Tt is a credit to the city. They {had to wait, for it and put John Evans, Medicine Hat district, 84 2, G, Grieve. Bowsli. 82 points; 3, W. Gingell, Xortpns, Si points. sheriff's ingenuous explanation was that some hungry boys had robbed these trees a short time before. The sheriff led the way-to his fine garden and lawn on the brow of the hiJl. certainly fine for only two cultivation and if this is the It is years' The crops at- Josephsburg, thirty- five miles south of Medicine Hat. are fine. The country is fairly well tied, right on south to the boundary with settlers who have gone out to, be near the route of the Weyburn ex-. second prize garden in the Hat what must the first prize one fie He has i r ,T r the west- 06 naS 'of Medicine Hat there are also fine- cabbage, corn, .tomatoes with a hedge of Caragana to protect his fruit trees and a row of sweet peas [and other flowers along the fence. I cramped quarters till they got it hut jit was finished ;it last and the citi- are well satisfied with it. The fine city hall building and the Club I House are equally creditable on two iof the other corners. In company with a friend. A.. H. I --v u Robinson. Joseph- I So it seems that the people in the C 2rieVe' ITat are so the sheriff is simply assistant publicity man and if all are treated as well as the Herald man. they need not be afraid of his 34 points; 3, John Evans, Medi- cine Hat, 82 points, the Herald man was a little dubious when he WAS introduced to the sheriff who was requested to take charge of the reporter. What did it mean? It seems that is the way they do here with inauisitive visitors. Sheriff John Benson is an old timer company. W. Faliis, a mile crops of grain. The grain is cut and most of it stacked. Great results are. expected from the threshing, will begin next week. The sub-land agency at Medicine.. Hat has been busy all summer and. there is no let-up. There is a very fine class of settlers coming in.' They- principal of the Montreal and well acquainted with the town jto the acre. H. district. He says the crops are j plow but 100 late'tor i Street school, the. Herald" repiresent- :ative took a walk around the city and up on the hill where some fine new residences are building-, and to i the foundation of the new school the corner stone of which will be laid by Premier Rutherford OT1 Friday, From I the country are coming in to make Alberta their- home and to1 raise grain aatl a half) H. w. FCeny is in the ,i1 has a farm I He has the contract for of j The rip rap On the the big Land Co. are building Big Bow river. He re- magnificent all around in Tattle J summer Plume, Josephburg and Gros Ventro this ports the contractors are all making ,P. 4 broakinS to the south and also around to the west. To the north east the acreage is not large but the crops 'spri pretty will the concrete In ten days weir across he north all tho sod possible. If the are remarka 1 this hill onr- can see the growth of the city and can't help but notice tho i lighted jyas lamps in broad daylight i- good. The gar.'lAtis jr. the city arc mag-- j ing is suitable some of this will ho nificent. The trees in the Hat show a fine, healthy growth. As the sheriff led the wav channel will be finished. In. about ten days' time piling will he started across the main river channel. There will work there right along ;on a summer day. a lawn to the back of E Porter's i Natural aus certainlv has advan- I house ho said: '-Don't bo afraid I i tagMxvorthv-lriHin- for, and the city sesame." The 'that But cit. the breaking plow with a Christinas and probably all was follower) by a disk! the winter. It. will be'completed be- ,_v, ;1 Then tho ground was More the spring flood -IT obtains it easily is fortunate, is not the only asset qj this In conversation with a hank imanag-or the correspondent learned 'that there was imovjng tin- f result of a number of -sales. In conversation with jsome farmers and. others conversant surrounding; countrj' it wa.s to th" ditci T n The rcPortcr r He has hundred non-oen-ngly (ollowod. It only to two t soo a heavily t otd t'lat ,_ cultivated or watorod the l.oughs bf-nt with the large ing w-en foet clusters of fruit nearly ripe. Then n considerable monev the street around the corner I shin? r Town'i S'f nilles to another orchard in a back yard if ?J 'I-' T 'VW Here Alderman Hjickvale has a t t- ol' jIToralcI- T it. You get the news grove of trees. These crab trees r'886' ,aden down. But alas, the P u'" jimi Ross in 'store. S' T" fOCd arc and on T. M._ Babington's place. of Atedicine Hat. take the THE H OEMAN beamed that 7hf rronp nro.ir..r! Iple trees had hvanohftp Hat are'good, the best yet, and i.man said "I ha.vc never seen any ;better." Gas. rattle and grain are iall good assets. But that is not ail. 'Medicine Hat also has a splendid train .service. Quite a number of Passenger trains arrive and depart -from Medicine in the evening. The at thy station is cer- jtainly a good thing. In time the [company will no rioubt have a sim- ilar one at Lethbr'idge. i UTien returning from the school reporter called on John T. Hall, i the publicity man. He told about jail the good things that Thos. Wool- jford of has to say about jthe crops in the Medicine Hat dis- jtrict. especially those entered in the i standard grain competition. The prixfs were won as follows Herald man received at one GERMAN THE SHOEMAN NEXT BANK We don't propose to work on your imagination by glowing adjectives and Just inspect our shoes and corn-bare prices Sixteei i r pnces. sixteen years practical experience making shoes. That's Why We Can Give You The Best ;