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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta to L I T H ft I DO I A tT A R t O A Y I K M ft t V I fr fiitofs art Dun No tatter No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Wiudcvr Sash Noiseless and Easy Running. Saves Fuel 25 per cent I IMS, Soil ftpit fir little BOX G42 Picture LUMBER TheSouth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have now a Urge stock of In their Yard and more is arriving daily. The quality, is the best and prices'are right. Call and be convinced. P.O. 654 FOOU THC FtRNIf FIRE W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER v. A new consignment re- ceived this Tveek from Japan We are aiming to carry the largest and best assorted stock of silks in the city. Our prices are the lowest Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand Get our PRICES OU Corrugated broa Galvanized and Paluted MeUQic Siting MeUffic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding CO.'B goods in stock mm luuFikCTUBiiie CONFIN Office and Factory Ctr. U1H ud UMPU ITKETI Telephone 153 Yarf, Snlk St. Pine 195 Showing the Coal Company's Office. Tht Only Business the Exception of the Western Canada (Photo by W. G. Barclay .Michtl.) Wholesale Co.'-; .Warehouse, that Escaped the Fire Demon, HOWGALLIHER BESTED THE BRITISHERS HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET LOOK FOR THE SIGN TVe have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- niture- on sale at our rooms. If you are looking for first class goods at third class prices, come and inspect our stock. Waddington Gibbon TEZLL.PHONE 261 Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 (By John Nelson, in Toronto Globe.) Whether Sir Wilfrid Laurier goes to the country this fall or delays his appeal for another year, he will not have sitting behind him iu his next Commons the strapping member from the Kootenays whom even casual ac- quaintancps IBfil as "Big Bill." Mr. Galliher, is of poli- tics. Had he chosen to again seek the suffrages of his people, there would have been no doubt of the re- suits, for hp is rich in human quali- ities which are the keys to men's hearts the world over, and nowhere more readily than among the rough miners who form a large portion of lis constituents. Nature wa> unusually kind to Mr. Galliher, for in addition to endowing lim with a b'g heart, it encased said icart in a massive frame and topped t with a head and face which would command attention anywhere. He was not only hig and good to look on aut he was an athlete of considerable renown, befor-> he dropped outdoor i sport for the more engrossing, and also more exacting game of politics. Of his prowess in the ring" arid on the green many good stories are told but we are hot aware that the fol- lowing has'evi-r before been publish- ed. Mr..Galliher hailed originally from the county of Bruce, where twenty years ago the annual Caledonian games in tho villages of Lucfcnow, Paisley, Tiverton, etc..-were the local Olympics, for which every son of the old country could develop athlet- ic assiduously trained. Mr. Galliher was no exception to the rule and local pride in his achievements suffered no eclipse because of his non-Scottish cognomen. Being a son What it Means to You This trademark is the roost _ important part of a Fit-Reform w IT" OT Suit 01 Overcoat REFORMS It is a definite promise ot quality and recompense. It promises that must be satisfied with your purchase or you can get your money back. Today, thousands of men in every part of Canada will not buy a garment that does not Contain this wreath. v It means much to you. Look for it whenever you buy. Suits and Overcoats, 15, 18, up Cardston fer tto Fill Grain Train CartUton, Sept. Last Saturday was day (or but the of the Cardston Agrlcultur ul Fair in particular. A lengthy session held in the office of Wallace Slrml- ton, who is one of the Di- rectors. The representation from tlve surrounding country was good. As the grounds prepared .for the Park were so badly damaged by the floods and as the bridge could not be used aa formerly to reach them, the question of a suitable place was a knotty one. However it WAS thought best to concentrate the exhibits, at one point in all classes so fur us possible. ft was iinally decided to engage the- 0. K. Barn from Mr. Vaughan as the floor or skating rink would give ample space for the small ex- hibits while the lower storey would accommodate the horses, and the yards the cattle. The poultry too can be well look- ed after in the west side of the car- riage shed. This arrangement will also leave the Assembly Hall to the Fair's man agcment for a good ball on the ening of the 2-ltK and the concert on the 25th, without disturbing the exhibits. The concert evening is devoted" to a number of musical contests and for i the last, twn years has proved the entertainment of the season. "here are seven events open for ompetition, comprising the follow- ng: Best duet, best quartette, reci- It M wy addons during lumtner that most people are not troubled with "looeenett of the Sometimes it only goes that far, but i Severally it into Diarrhoea, j DjTMaUrj or Summer Complaint and l i tendency to weaken the whole pystein. I When the bowels get loosened up IB this way. and you to check the tin- -utural dbcharge without bringing on wsstipation, there is cully use, and thati one is Dit FOWLER'S ICxriucT or WILD STRAWBERRY. This -ctnedy not an experiment as it hiu i-jen used in thousands ot families dur- ng tho past sixty-three years. When you ask for Da. FOWLER'S be get it. as .many unprincipled drug- ;isU will try to palm of! a cheap sub- stitute on you. Miss M. Hopkins, Jioeeview, Sask., vritts: "I have used DR. or WILD STHAWBEftRY and found it u all it recommended to be for Diarrhoea and Summer Complaint. Ws would not be without a bottle of it in tho house." Manufactured by The Milbura Co, Limited, Toronto. Ont Price 35c LETHBRIDGE RADIAL TRAMWAY CO. McKELVIE McGMRE Sole Agents for the knapsacks of the and with sovereigns and half sovereigns from the wallets for before the day was far advanced the Canadians had decided that the luck, was all theirs and were staking every penny obtainable on any man who 'said he came from the other aide of Newfoundland. There was a fly in the ointment, however, and that was the inability of the men from the Dominion to of- of Bruce county, Mr. Galliher must r.t f-r contestants for the hundred yards necessity go west when scarcely out clash and for the standing jump, of his teens, and on taking up his which was regarded as the premier residence in the prairies be further event of the tourney.. Just before the developed his athletic prowess until' race was called, however, an Indian than local' chief who had brought a number of l his band with him to "the It was also inevitable that when! approached Mr. Galliher. He had he had attained more fame. resplendent in green trunks anronze to the second m the choir con cst. Each, of the six numbers has a first xnd second cash prize while a silver medal goes to the llrst winner and a second in the choir This ;jj the title a company corporated by the Alberta Legislature with power to construct lines of com- munication for the carriage of "pas- sengers and freight by means of elec- tricity or by such motive power ex- cept steam, as the company may, from time to time, .deem expedient.'-' The lines which the company may construct are from Lethbridge to Raymond, Alta; Lethbridge to Staf- ford, and from Lethbridge to Tp. 9 or 10 in ranges 20 and 21.. West of the fourth meridian. The company has a cajpital of 000, has to issue bonds to the )ronze to the contest. The Secretary, Mr. S. 31. Woolf, is a very busy man these days, but found time to say that government judges would be provided for the stock exhibits, of which there would be a large showing, and E. N. Barker would judge the poultry. It is to be hoped that the Lethbridge bird fanciers will make a good show- ing here as they have the exhibits and" although Mr. Barker Is a local man, they are all sure of a square deal from him. His reputation on V'pth-cpasts is a guarantee of.that, GRAIN DELIVERIES Threshing operations are now in full swing. The first to begin oper- ations was the Aetna Threshing Co., and deliveries from the farm of E T. Adams of Galesburg, 111., began last week. The wheat is a fine sam- ple of "Alberta Red" and is bringing somewhere around 72c. per bushel it the Alberta-Pacific elevator here. This farm is under the management of Mr. Natham was vitw ed by Mr. Adams for the first time a week or so ago. He is extremely gratified with his investment and1 its manager, Mr. Tanner. The last point was emphasized by a substan- tial raise in the compensation award ed him. The Threshing of Leavitt, Woolford Threshing Co., and the Thomas-Campbell Co., .are all start- ing up this The wheat is prac amount-of _a, mile, and is au- thorized to enter into agreements with any person or company-having right and authority to construct and oper- ate street railways or tramways with- in 80 miles of Lethbridge. The com- head office is at Lethbridge, and the provisional directors W. Henderson, C. F. P. Conybeare, M. Freeman, F. H. Mewburn, JL T. Cherry, W. Hardy and B. M. Jones, from The Rail- way and Marine World, September, 1908. C. N. R. PLANS FOR LINE WEST Lord Wolseley called for Canadian heard of the difficulty, and if his were some of the remarks BIG STRIKE AT COBALT North Bay, Ont., Sept. Mann Bros., of Killaloe, prospectors are re- ported to have made one of the rich- est etrkes ever made in tho Cobalt at Gowganda, the east broach of the Montreal river. V'ijy fcund a vein of d nid siU 35 feet long and in one placj showled up eight flour sacks of silver nug- The find has maie a .-ii'nsa- and it is stated -that thny have voyagers to pilot his force down the skin was he had the true in- Nile in his famous 'Egyptian cam-' stinets of a sportsmen. "Look paign, Mr. Galliher would be one of. he said, "do you want a man for the the number. It is with an incident "-Tee. I have a little buck'here that of that campaign that our story ha.s can beat anything on the reserve "and to do. The righting was over and if you like we can put him iu." the force was assembled at Wadi-Hal- The youngster was seized and rush- fa preparatory to the descent of the to the tape br-fore he realized what river. Men of all arms of the sc-rvice j was required of him. With the crack were there awaiting the completion; of the pistol he was off like a deer of transportation facilities and for the; and beat a lanky artilleryman by an joint purpose of passing the time and inch. Tho Canadians were delirious. of celebrating the co-operation of Im-' Cheer after cheer rent the air, and perial and Canadian troops, a big] the chaff and banter that only men two-day lourney was organized. There! under canvas understand was heard was a suspicion that the regulars had on every side. a rather selfish interest in the affair, "Oh, that's all the line men as tho Canadians had been the spoil-, replied, "but if you barbarians are already "beon "offered for the od children of the campaign, and real sports why don't you enter ev- clajm their British brothers in arms werej erything? We will give you odds of _ I anxious to show the what two to one that we can beat you on j they could do in the sporting field. the jump." The work of getting out the Canadian This was a bluff that could not be tically all cut. Oats will soon be down except in the hills to south-west. all the Regiaa, Sask., Sept. Win. McKenzie of the C. N. R. to- day stated that the new line west to Calgary "would be pushed as soon "as" practicable. It will start from Re- gina but a branch line now will be used for fifty miles when the cut-off to Calgary will take place. This is 'being done to solve the question, of entrance to Regina and obviate the necessity of opening new branches. The Regina-Brandon line will be opeiieu iusiue ol two weeks and pas- senger service commenced at once. It is intended that trains shall run through from Winnipeg to Prince Al- bert over this rcew road. Mr. McKen- said that the C. N. R. was not worrying about a union station at Regina having already secured rights in the present C. P. R. station which will eventually be turned into a un- ion station and increased in size as Demands arise. After touring the whole of the line, Mr. McKenzie has come to the conclusion that the bumper crop this year will relieve the money stringency and that good tini- o? have returned. which fell on Mr. Galliher's ears "THuiT SALES The stwimer Teutonic having on board thf first rontinjront of Cauftfl- and American school teachers who are to .study tho school system in Knglansl. has arrivod m Kngland. j Stanley Kctchcll, the former mid-j pugilist who was so hadly j about the faro in thi- fight} Monday, is rapidly recovering. Re- ports that Ketchcll is in a serious condition as a result of his beating untrue. made him bite his lip. Carley, who stood beside him. heard a muttered imprecation, and in another moment "Big Bill" was at the scratch. The great arms swung a moment to poise the magnificent- trunk, and the desert sand flew as he struck it eighteen inches beyond the mark of the vaunted Corcoran. The later essayed again and again to br-at it, but without avail, and, when he had given up the task, Mr. Galliher who had not removed his boots 01 any portion of his wearing apparel, made a second jump which landed him seventeen inches over the first mark. It was nothing but Canada for the next fifteen minutes, -but when Carley who had time to recover his breath drew the big fellow down to him. "In the name of heaven, he asked, "how did you do was we! by Mr. Galliher, assisted r.-gulars reserving for this L This is the Store to HOUSE FURNISHINGS A selection is easily made from a stock so complete and clean. You will find that our prices are unmatched. Another car in finest lot of Upholstered Fur- niture that we have ever bad in. All kinds of Parlor Sets, Loungos and Easy Chairs, etc., etc. The Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS by his chum Dave Carley, a man al- evcutt Jimmy Corcoran of the 13th most as well known throughout Bri-: Royal Irish and champion of India. ti.sh Columbia as his frit-nd, and Jimrny was already in his tent he- capital newspaper man to boot. When'. rubbod down with oil and other tho entries were aJl in it was found lubricants and presently he emerged that though the Canadians wore nu- __ merically much inferior to the other branches of the service represented. The local fruit dealers cannot keep sufficient supplies on hand these days. However they have not felt the best toward a .certain company which has been endeavoring to do n wholesale business with the retail trade here. This is a matter the Board of Trade might look into. Another sub ject for the board is the agitation freight train service now that the grain shipments are under way. Peo- ple hunting lands up or on other business bent, do not appreciate the glories of a mixed train service, when a large number of cars have to be added at each station, thus dragging out what should be a two hours' run from five to eight hours. Tt is the opinion of many business men here that the traffic for the next TRitB.TO ESCAPE Edmonton, Sept. Clark, alias Milson who was arrested on Saturday on a charge of forgery in Portland made a dash for liberty yesterday. He had been granted per- mission to visit his wife who is in UK- hospital here, accompanied by a detective. When leaving Clark ran out the back way but was caught after a chase of an hour and a half by- the detective who threatened to shoot unless the man surrendered. He is now in jail awaiting the arri- val of the Oregon officers. The steel plant nt Snult Ste. .Ma- rie, Ont.r will open on Sept. 15. the oihor'a features as ,he replied: "Didn't you know D.ivey, that I hold the record for Western Canada, and whoever is best there takes no sec- ond placf; in any other corner GI the of nil, among mummies." tlrey vrrre iu tvery event but two. And more, they were backed by every j dollar that the little colony of Cn-! nucks had saved from their wages in navigating Father Nile. Poth of these latter events were set for the second day, and so Mr. Gal- liher and Mr. Carley did not con- cern themselves very much it, j hoping that by the morning some of tho voyagers would undertake to re-j i present their country. Meanwhile the sports went on, and, remarkable to relate the Canucks were pulling down the prizes in almost all the events. The day closed in a sizzling heat, but with Canadian coffers swollen with bobi and sixpences from' That's what every job we do gives. We guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly.understaml our business. We have n large stock of Wall Paper at onr and see it. See us for Pairing, Paper Haigiaf, Httx Decwatiif, etc WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbill and Coartland Lethbridge train service and we ought to Vvive T.AXD SEKKERS The matter of better passenger ser- vice was emphasized the other day whon some forty or fifty people are reported a.s coming In to vie district. A goodly number wore located also The -Pilling Realty Company sold worth of land from Friday to not a bad showing for ono bunch. Most of the buyers were from Illinois. FIGHT BUSH FIRE Houghton, Mich., Sept. greatest amount of damage from for- est fires in this section was done near Ahmeke where six fire depart- ments and hundreds of volunteers fought the flames many hours. Fire last night did damage to the extent of to plant of the Laidlew Luruber Co., of Sarrxia, RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY TrfE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO, ;