Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LCTHBIH DOC THURSDAY, SCPTEMBE R. Hmld Printinf mt kvtal with IMS friend the Rev. J. F, Htm.JMMMM MM The fire hrigade got a run this ternpon. One of" the suwll boys' the Public School while playing with' matches in IOUK dry grass, started the grass burning. The wind took hold of the bhte and started it towards the school -building. U'hc alarm was sounded and the brigade turned out but the fire was practically out fore they arrived, the pupils having POOR BUSINESS Buainesc principles do not seem to be understood by some business con- Just at present work on manj buildings ia this city is at a stand still thro ugh "the failure of an out .side concern to supply pressed brick which was ordered long ago, Thu firm regularly solicits orders nere and promises prompt delivery, but, whil it has secured the orders, it has been mighty slow in liUing them. It is entirely to blame for the present state of the building trade here and "it is not likely it will ever get an- other order in this city, unless its name is attached, to an. agreement, 'with a clause providing for a'heavy, penalty, if the terms are not met. This habit of taking orders and pro- mising to fill them in a certain time, when it is known that the promise cannot be carried out, is too com- mon and it is about time the con- cerns guilty of the practice were taught a lesson. AN ELECTION EPISODE (Montreal 1 lor a Id.) Dr. AngMS M. J: died yesterday, WAS a prime favorito with his fellow inembers of tho llo of Commons, lie was doctor all over, kindly, considerate, cfca ami dignified. Be lost all claim to being considered a humorist on ac- count of a story told ut the expense of Sir Hibbert Tupper.' Sir Hibbert was u joint meeting in tue Inverness couuty, the doctor's riding j of s. A. and the were becoming too frequent and too hostile, so Sir flibbert said to doctor, in an aside, "Mac, call off your The doctor straightened out the links of his six feet something, raised his fist above that, and shouted, "Men of "Inverness, he calls you got lo work with their jackets. Claresholm of Yiftd. Bushel io tht Sir Hibbert-escaped, the record Bays. Through the window. 5Ior Majesty, is very fond of visit- ing the tenants at Samlriugham, and sonic time ago she had air amusing conversation with a poor old woman who was busy darning stockings. Thinking to put the old lady at her ease, the Queen said: "I am sure you cannot heel a pair, of stockings as quickly as I can." "Oh, so the King wears stockings, do asked the dame in surprise. you on' me, mum, who mends stockings, knows what terrible bad oles men do make in their 'eels." Pincher Creek Fire in a .WJieit Druggis M. James to Be Mar Field of Wheat. HELP THE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES It it- perhaps the case that at no tinve transportation facilities in Western Canada gone ahead of re- quirements. It is a, safe guess tha. railroad capital .does not seek to run its steel into- lands that are not clea ly safe dividend payers. In some cas es they have drawn light traffic bu the cost of construction has been partly borne by the governments for the purpose of promoting myfionai development. It is certainly the case too that present lines of jail- way in the West fail to meet every wish and requirement of the wheat grower who is rushing his' output to market at the same time that every other wheat grower is doing the same- thing. While the wheat grower appears fa sufferer it just happens that the companies providing transportation service are in a position of just as serious inconvenience. It is said that this year the cattle shipments will be nearly all over before the moving of the wheat is on, which rineher Creek, Sfpt. Bail- lie, of Toronto, is here on a visit to his son, 0. E. Baillie. S. A. Limn has to the coats to spend a couple of weeks' holidays. Claresholm, Sept. very sad occurred this morning of Mrs. wife of Soreu A. Mostad of this town who is a well known fann- er and dealer in the distiict. For some time past Mrs. Mostad has been matron in charge and superintendent of a hospital in town where her as- iduous attention and kindly man- ler endeared her to all the patients 'he- deceased lady was of a very like- ble disposition and leaves many riends to mourn her loss. The cause of death was typhoid fever. The shortage of cars is causing some anxiety and it is to be hoped that tint situation will be relieved BOOH. According to the Albertau the insufficiency of elevator accommoda- tion is to some extent to blauie for delay and however this may be it certainly seems as if Clareshohn were lagging a little behiud with three el- evators while Granum has four. We had three minutes of hail in town yesterday which caused a few anxious looks but the fall was short and harmless. Miss Wyatt, sister of Stanley Wyatt eii'here today on a trip to the old country- Notwithstanding warnings from the police and the press several parts of :he town principally vacant lots are still in a very bad condition. Round Buffalo Brand Portland Cement and Plaster Wood Fibre Real Estate Lots on Smith St., Block 18 west of Westmin- ster, 1.4 mile from school. These lots are high and dry and in it beautiful-lo_ cation, each 49 on Torrance Avtl nue. The last unsold xin this one-acre Lots east side McKjllop St., each'.'.illU Lots iu Block Wallwork Addition, lacing railroad track, close to lison Mill, 700 yds. from Lots (150 ft. fac- ing Westminster, 300 yds. south of schcol, each ALL THE ABOVE ON EASY TERMS T, E. Patteson Room 1, Oliver Block New Location But Same JLow Prices F. German 1 Between Sage's ami Roy's Good Residence Lots On Westminster Road and Courtland Street for each i One-third down and bal- ance in one and two years at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH Phyiician, Surgeon, Accouctotr Officuv 914-Rfulnath St: 'Phone M 9 a.m., 2-3 The C, I. Boinan tat Office UK! Me 210 Watch the new Bulletin Board at Fire from an engine on the C. P. R. started a fire in a patch of wheat, be- longing to W. R. Bobbie on Saturday afternoon. The wheat was quite ripe and so the fire made great headway in the wind which was blowing. For tunately the piece was a sir-all one nn'1 only about 30 acres were burnt over before the fire was stopped by some ploughed land. Mr. J. B. Ferguson is ironi a trip to the coast. Finid for Attempted Assiult A man named Raymond was fined and costs bj Inspector Belcher Tuesday morning for attempted as- sault one named Rouleau by whom he had been employed. The row oc- curred in Frank Lin's restaurant and the intervention of a Chink was all that saved a big racket. A Fine Record Fred -Pelletier who was men- tioned previously as one of the first one of the Chinese joints one can] hardly walk for tin cans, bird's wings and general filth. Of course this :is' out of the beaten track but that is I no reason why the1 place should not] be kept clean. Margh Leugheed has resigned his j position in Clark's store and intends to embark in business for himself in] Saskatchewan. A. Kingsworth has threshed 52 bu- j shels to the acre from 30 acres. Goal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE: 63 THE HUB For the menu for eacli meal. Wouldn't our menu suit you? NURSING MRS. 6. R. GREY 'rained nurse open for an be found at Mrs. W. 0. Hutton'i. ourtland St. MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral Pianiste) Teacher .of pianoforte, organ, oice production. Visits or receives or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard House, Crabb Street. toe prepura HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Room Block. -------1 C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L7, Morten Jones, B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barribters, Solicitora, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alta. I I JsTew 5-roomed Cottage aud Stable arid two lots for Cash Close in Uberta Realty Co, ilnck I fr M SERVICE ON THE G. T. P. calls to our attention that the chief J to start cutting wheat has finishec exports of Western Canada art cat- threshing and the result shows what tic and wheat and that these are can be done on Pincher Creek soil 'shipped in greatest bulk at about the Off acres, Mr. Pelletier got 5490 same time, viz, August or Septem- bushels of No. 1 Alberta Red or nearlj until December, though beef ship-Ul bushels per acre. The cost of pro mcnta begin as early as July. This duct-on was just per acr year the early good grass while the wheat has been sold fo have set the cattle moving much ear- j SOc per bushel. How is that for money Her with the result that congestion will not hamper the moving of the grain crop. It is still the case that the greater part of the work of moving the groin must be done in the fall months and if rolling stock were provided ade- quate to this service a good deal of it would be in idleness for the great- Winnipeg, Sept. order to erve the people living along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific who have been rushing in ever since the road was started, a regular train service will be" inaugurated 14. This service will run from Winni- peg to Earl, Sask., three times a week and westward to Waiuwright twice a week. This establishes a service at once over of the new road and the entire service will he for a time subject to the work of the con- struction department in whose hands the -road still rests. Ring Up 108 When you -want DRAYING Done promptly and. satisfactorily JOHN BRODie Itie Coalflale Restaurant Is the place to get. a good Square Meal. Every thine; new and clean. Columbia tetmrart's 'DM Staid Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours M M L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union BantT 2S-lyr CREAM Fruit ICE Soft Driib "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Reed Phone 211 J. F. Rodgers Jos. A. Young W. C. SIMMONS BarrisUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. ADDISON Successor To B. C. MOORE Director and Dfflce-Next to Presbyterian 3hurch Office Phoue 136, F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room Q Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Street Lftthbridgep Alta. HORSES Heary and Light RODGERS Sale Stables Wood St. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle I Few districts can beat that er part of the year. The conversion of a greater proportion of our grain products into meats, the disposal of which could be distributed over the year at good prices, has the advan- tage of being a needed improvement in our common practice iu agricul- ture, a steadier employment of fnrm labor and a partial solution of the ills of our transportation service. Tn this practice the producer would be helping b.oth himself nnd the trans portation companies. making, showing. Married Macieod Qir! Mr. Del McRae, our popular young druggist made a trip to Macieod on Satxirday night and returned on Mon- day morning's local -with his bride, .whose maiden name was Miss Sta- >leton. The wedding took place at he residence of the bride's brothers n Macieod and owing to a recent be- reavement in the bride's family, was of n'very quiet nature. The young couple have taken up their residence in Pinchor Creek and have the- best wishes of .'i whole host of friends for OUR POINT OF Rufus Pope is going to have Bcr geron and Fowler him a lift i Compton. Why not have Foster an Bennett also in order that the poop! could learn all about the land deala II. B. Ames couldn't find any fault with Frank Oliver's administration of the Department of the Interior and he had to admit it. II the Bobbins irrigation 'leal was so terribly crooked why didn't Mr. Ames deal with it at length at Med- icine Hat? The late Ira D. Sankey is reported to have got in royalties from his books of hymns nnd he y every cent of it away. lie was a tmc type of benevolent Christian. happy journey on the sea of ma- trimony Rector to Wed Rev. G. James, rector (if the Anglican church, left last evening for Calgary. He, will not return until Friday of next week and when he does come back he will be accompanied by a life partner. There will be no services in the church on Sunday next. The annual harvest festival of St. John's Anglican church took place on Sunday The church was be- antifully decorated for the occasion the labor put in by the ladies far ex- ceeding anything of tbe kind in pre vious years. The musical portion of the service was greatly assisted by a band of seven pieces. The congre- gations were very large, several being turned away at night. The rector Rev. G. James officiated and preched very strong sermons. A. has gone to Spokane where he wil Hake a course at a business college. Mr. Harry White of Cranbrook, a few days in town this week SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., London, England, pupil of the em- inent teacher, William Shakespeare; late teacher of vocal mnsic in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture and vocal music on and after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. C. M., late oi The Toronto Conservatory! of Music, teacher of piane and theory oi music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory oi Music on and after Au- gust Slat. 2t per MADAME NORMAN (Orchestral Pianist.) I Disengaged for evening engage-1 ments, town or country. Every branch of professional work understood hav-; ing had 20 years experience in a; Band of fourteen men, all musicians- from the Bands of Marines and Royal Yachts EXCURSION RATES TO THE LAND OF THE BIG RED APPLE Under the auspices oE The Arrow Lake Orchards The Excursion vrill leave Lethbridge, September 20th Claresholm 19th And Points on Spokane 19th One clay will "be spent at the Nelson Exhibition, arriving at the Company's lands on the morning of the 22nd, returning the same day. The party will be accompanied by the Company's representatives. lor further particulars and application forms apply M. FREEMAN, Lethbridge, Alta. AMUNDSON NORTH, Qaresbb, Aha. CO., Spokane, Wasb. Applications should be in by Sept. 18th or .sooner The AlTOW Lake Orchards M. Freeman, Manager WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCt UNION Meet iu Methodist Wesley' Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. ui. Visitors always welcome, MRS., A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS. CHAS. 83-0 Secretary Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thirrt hursday of each month in the tasonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8-p.m. Isiting brethren will always receive hearty welcome. X.C.MESSKR, G.y.S'IOREEY, A. L. Roy fWSO P.O. Boi 8 W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box Itttlmdge lerie lo. Ill Meets 1st and M d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 --.o'clock. Visiting brethren are-corclially invited. G. DAVIKS, W.P 24-1 y T. J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order ot Foresters YOUR HEALTH ALBERTA'S RHODES SCHOLAR Edmonton, Alta., Sept. Stanley Fife who secured the Rhodes! scholarship for Alberta and Saskatch- ewan this year left the city ycatc-r- day for Oxford, England, where he will attend the university. PROF. PIPER DEAD Vancouver, B. C., Sept, Pipor, of the mechanical and engin- eering staff of the University college of British Columbia died at on his way from England with his bride. He came from McGill. THEY'RE IN! English Papers R. R. Man Magazine All Story Blue Book Pacific Monthly Family Herald Delineator Sage Brush Philosophy B. SUE IE nCTIK FUIH BUY YOUR Tomatoes From the Grower RIPE TOMATOES 20 Ib. crate GREEN TOMATOES 3 per Ib. f.o.b. CrestxMi J. STAGE SMITH CRESTON, The ftltiGta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Horth of the Railroad and Vfqt ot Westminster 81 FROM A 1 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each you drink every time you drink a bottle of Alb-rta Pride Beer bottled by us. We bottle only the best, whether it is' beer, mineral waters, ginger ale, sarsaparilla, kdla kola, ironbrew, etc. Our soft drinks are all healthful, aa well as the pure and delicious botiieu beer, noiiieu uy LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Ubeni Interest 6 per cent, per annum Irrigate Gu (bud letMutige, MU. First-class Cafe IN Mi HOUL Offline BOON Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Meets ib K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETHBniDGE LOUut NO. 3a C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each A. SHARMAN, E. R. M. PRIEST, Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Socieij in the KnigUa of Hall every first and thin! Tlmreilny in month nt, 8 p.m. Visiting In-tliron ulwnye wel cotnc. WnKei Fro-1 T. Robins, c. W. rresulent, Boi 57. The Habit of Adver- tising in the Herald Progression Lethbridge Lodge No. NORTH-WEST 'ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Lnbor Hall every aec- and and fpurth Mondays in tbe month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and enginecra out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN, ChieL W. A. DICKSON, Secretary.