Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
I PAOt TWO THE IXMLY HIRALO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER int. IS Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening office, Rounu St., Lethbridge, "Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing director and Editor Subscription Rates Dtuiy., oue'year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three'months, delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail as 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 s de- old ad- cked, but boTh new and dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published- every Wednesday :u eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in advance Six months, in advance1 75 months, in advance -50 THE DAILY HERALD U v-.u sale at thr following R. Sage, J. G. Robertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham Co., J j. Johnston. Young Co., R. W. Ham- ilton. Pincher E. J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Westlakfi Bros. Alberta Drug Book Co. Master J. Stafford. Fernie, B. N- E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Seattle Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Dr. Tugham. Bow A. F. Werts. WHEAT The statement oi Mr. Appleby, one cessity of connecting them with Leth- bridge-by telephone. All the sur- rounding 'towns want. to get as close hub of Southern Alberta. The Anieric MI stick his claws into the North Pol as far as he like.s but lie lift it and'take it home for advertising purposes. There will bi.- genuine, joy in tV> hearts o! UK- peupK; of Pincher Creek when th-y for sure" thn; the contrac. actually let for the con- .-itrtict: road. .1 Hi the Western Curuiilu rail- r Whit-ioy all accounts .seems- to have ihp qualifications for a first class chii-f. After th next election, he i.-'iy be available for sor.ip western in ilia', cap i city. TONSORIAL TRIUMPH (Washington Herald) "What was the best job you ever inquired the first barber. "1 ouce -shaved a the second barber. on." "Then 1 persuaded him to have a haircut, shampoo, facial massage, singe, sea-foam, electric buzz, tar spray, and tonic rub." "What "By that time he needed another II Robin 4 i 4 i' 'i t i Hood The 1 trip t the Boscowitz steamship Britain, that British millers prefer Al berta wheat to any other in the world is one that should be noticed and heeded by Alberta farmers. There are several reasons why this is the case. :Mr. Appleby says that one of the reasons they do not want other grain is that it is dirty, foul with 'weeds, etc., while the Alberta grain is clean. The British miller does not want to pay freight on weeds "and dirt. He does not want to bear the expense of cleaning wheat from'- weeds, smut, rust, etc. Nor doe? he want to run the risk of making in- ferior flour by using dirty wheat. Alberta wheat is -preierrable. because it is clean. -The advice t-o Alberta is plain. The way to keep the mar- ket is by keeping the grain clean. The war on weeds must be continued .with even greater energy. Alberta must not, dare not, lose its reputation for being clean. Mr. Appleby -says t.x> that the Al- berta wheat is the most preferrable because o'f the flour it makes. That Alberta Ued makes the best flour was proved at the Dominion Exhibition at Calgary last year when it won the di- ploma. It is an. undisputed fact now that for bread-making there is not better wheat grown anywhere. It is t'ru> duty of the Alberta far- mer to use the best of seed so as to still produce th? best wheat. Tho British miller stated that of tho wheat he uses, only one-third Alberta although they pre- j any. and gave as r-the cost of getting the .from Alberta to is the hinclranc p est Deniz arrived early this morning from Port Essington. She anchored in the harbor to prevent anyone leaving the ship. Search seemed to implicate several of the crew, including the steward, fireman, an-d Chinese cooks, money being hidden in mattresses, loaves of bread, and various places. All but twenty-five hundred dollars were re- covered and the suspects in jail. TIPED OF COLLEGE JOIN HARVESTERS Sept. One hundred! and ten men left on the farm laborers over the C.P.R. to the West this moruhig. They were all from Kingston and the vicinity. Ma- ny were married, and were accOmpan ied, and werp accompanied by their wives. Fuur young men. who ran away from Stanton, N. Y., Caliege against _tihe wishes of their parents, were among the passengers. They said they had never worked at harvesting intheir lives, but -were tired of 'college life, and would rather pitch in at some hard work. No doubt they will get all that is coming to them. remains on no directorate where he cannot direct. In addition to ta.king an active part in the management of the companies and finding time to en- gage in politics in several states, he j has kept in close touch with even the minute details of the Union Pacific- Southern system and allied railroad lines. Here is the list of railroads in the management of which he plays an important, if not a leading part: Miles I Union Pacific j Southern Pacific Illinois Central............ Georgia Central Baltimore and Ohio. Delaware and Hudson___'.. 345 Erie 12.284 r iL, A 1 quarter section about 1 mile from a thriving vil- lage. Has 5-roomed house barn 16 x 32, all fenced Also pasture. .Has 11 acre? oats, as well as 24 acres seeded to fall wheat Apply Mason Land Co. Stafford Block New York Central System Pere Marquette San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake St. Joseph and Grand Island 319! St. Paul.............. North-Western Total 64.099 i .1 As recently as six months 7-Roomed House on London Road near Westminster cash Will property. sitor to tMr. Harrimiin's found the financier so busy did not take time talked to While he he used his desk fable, eating as he worked and ancl1 over to encourage cheapen the ;r wh.vu. The Alberta Drug; Prescription I. B. IIPLEY, Mgr Bay route I e rates 1 Grand J.Ves to Ht-f the __Jients For a first-claBs job iac- AND lies' or Gents1 Cloth, THE CITY Phone 353 DYSENTERY, COLIC, CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT all LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAY BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THK USE OF DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY The medicine with a record of cures extending over 65 years. Yon don't experiment when you buy it. Every Convenience Well Located Very Easy Terms or Pay- ment. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block NOTICE The Liquor Business heretofore con- ducted by A. L. ROY has been purchased by J. B. REUTER It is important that all outstanding accounts be paid to "Bish Davis, who J3 managing the busi- ness, before August 30. CONDOR CHRLIE IS NOT COMING WEST Toronto, Sept. Charles Beresford has decided not to take the western trip. DR. W. I. QALBRAITH-PhfBiciio. Surgeon, Acooucher. 9 a.m.. 3-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANft -Hedpath Street. Hours-Before a.m.. 2.3. 7-8. DR. Hospital Sunday September 5th Stafford cJabb Bompas and Crabb. Phone: Office 277; residence DR. J. E. LOVERtNG-Fhyaiciau surgeon, Accoucner. Oddfellow, Block. Hours-Till 9am n to l 3. to 5. 7 to 8. Thone. 'day .h. night, 342. D. A. TAYLp" M.O., C.M- ist, Ef- Stafford Block, Lethbridge Alu Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m.. 3.5 p.m 7-8 p.m. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines. Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. EPICURE'S DELIGHT L. J.; ;L liglru-uder, sparkling, good to t.-is-.t.1. uud. leaviilg'-a clear head in the morning. The naipe "Al- berta's Pride "beeris with h.1 mjst complimentary terms you can apply to afly table or family beverage. We wish you'd get acquainted with "Al- berta's Pride beer and it's title to your regard Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 'v J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge. Hospital Sflety, September 5tii The Lethbridge Brewing and Mailing Company, Ltd. f the .MHS. J09KPH MATCHBTT. FhmtsvfUe. L iijj cti'fj At u e hare never been without it since, and I have recommended it to my friends. POLE as claim in tr to doughty explor- _ to u'o for cftn- Pole has the of many on in- daring party. Just why be so anxious to reach _ is hard for the average, man to understand. The trip entails !an almost increditable amount of hardship, suffering and danger. Yet man-after man has risked life and iortune to reach the place that lie cannot leave without south. Scientists inat tin- discovery will be of practical valuv in that it will give a new uie Jlleu. surerae'nt of .jnnsnetisni. Tho meteor- will find the. discovery of val- tis although the value of tlu- discovery to anyone depends on the nature aixd arnemnt of the 'observa- t-aken by Dr. Cook. iJie discovery is of mucJ US'- or ..not, the plishmvrit of the feat is a great ach- ievement. For pluck, daring, and de- termination, few feats could call forth more of a man and if Dr. Cook has been successful in reaching the pole h e an d the h e repn-vi -n t s are to be congratulated. Refnse Price 35 eta. They're Dacgerocs. Manufactured only by Tlie T. Milbnm Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont, J POINT OF VfEW Medicine Hat people held a public meeting last night to-impress the provincial goovernment with no- A WORD TO THE WISE REGARDING If yoxi have a prescription to be filled yon naturally want it filled with the purest and best of ingredients, and yon also want it put up exactly as the Doctor has written it. We make special effort to buy the purest drugs and chemicals the world produces, and your prescription it brought to us will be dispensed by an experienced and qualified druggist and exactly as the doctor intended it. established business in the city 0 Office 321 Crabb. St. Parlors open day- and night. A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each .month In the Masjnio Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Measer, W.M. G. V. Storkey. j Secretary. P. 0, Bor 537. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL Dl. RECTOR AND nages and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire hall Open day and night. ate P. O. Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13588 Kfiits in the Oddfellows Hall every second and, fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will 'al- ways receive a hearty welcome Cown- cillor, C. L. W. A, 'Diekaon: Clerk. N.