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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY Hfc-RALD 19 SHIRTS No stiff-bosomed no matter, how veil it fits, can ever g v xhs same comfort that a soft bosom does With a Neglige, or Soft-bosom Siiirt, there is no binding across the nothing- stiff or uncomfortable to impede your movements. Tooke Neglige Shirts can be had either with plain or pleated bosoms in a big variety of exclusive designs. They are made either with or without attached cuffs. Snirts having attached cuffs are the most popular and most convenient. TCOW? BROTHERS, LIMITED MONTREAl- j made a second jump which landed l him seventeen inches over the first i mark., it nothing but -ada lor j the next iiuriules, but when j I Garl-y who had time recover lib J breath Urvv.- the big fellow down to him. "In'the of heaven, I he asked, "how did you do iir" I deprecatory im'dt; passed over j the other's features as he replied: i "'Didn't you know Davey, that J hold I the record for Western Canada, and I whoever is bi-st there takes no sec- I ond place in any other corner of the of all, among mummies." BEETS AND WHEAT OF SUNNY ALB LOOK GOOD TO THEM FOLLOWED MOTHER'S EXAMPLE, AN7> KEPT DR. FOWLEB'g EXTHACT OF STHAWBEBKT IN THB HOIDBB. SCOTTISH AGRICULTURISTS SA W WHAT THEY WANTED TO SEE HOWGALUHER BESTED THE nucks had saxed from their wages in navigating Nile. Both of these latter events were set for the second day, and so Mr. Gal- liher and Mr. Carley did not con- i ceTli themselves very much over it, DDITICUUD'S1 that morning some of DAiiluflljlVlii would' undertake to re- present their country. ABOUT Trip To Cardston a Revelation and a Wheat Seen in Canada Immigration Suggestion An Enjoyable Smoker Last Night Mrs. W. J. Wilson, Teisier, Saak-V tella of her' experience in the foliowtof i words I wish to tell you of the good j I have found ki DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT of WILD STBAWEEEBT. Last summei; my Uttle girl, aged two taken ill with. Summer Complaint, and as Toy: mother always kept DR. j in the house, when I was a child, I seemed to follow her example, as I always have it also. I at once gave, it to my baby (By John Nelson, in Toronto Globe.) j Whether Sir Wilfrid Laurier goes' prizes (From Saturday's Daily.) j Dad and his council have a neat j way of dealing with civic officials If the official is an ordinarily ellicuriit! uiiiii on his job and wants a raise in j "Meanwhile! his i1iul lho fl'-11 ripeiu y.-sttrrday in the city and dis- Uie hard i tnc-t. Til is commission is travelling under, the direction of the Domin- with an extra Agricultural and Immigration de- Attending strictly t full of questions as a box of in- terrogation points, was tho Scottish Agricultural i Commission which was completely cured." DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT or i. STRA-WTBEHRT imparts a healthy tone to j all mucous surfaces, corrects and heals i all- forms of canker and counteracts all i tendency to pain and inflammation, while it gives tone to and the company expressed a to; Fiie.shire; Principal Wright, f.R.S.: eystem. when weakened by exhaustive (Frorr! Saturday's Daiiy.j the sports went on, and, remarkable or to relate the Canucks were pulling times plea_ but if the m: pulling almost all the''Uvercd the events. Tin; day closed m a sizzling to the counti-y this fall or delays his heaf, but with' Canadian coffers appeal fotf another he will not! swollen with bobs and sixpences from ouht o' profidoncy the hard limes partmeuT. The.'Commission left are forgotten and the schedule chuck- j by-the Empress of Ireland ed "under the table for future refer- j on- A.uprust 7th" and landed at Rim- OI1 the J3th. .M i i r j., nm J i snnmu Cruel iiirn in ViU tifvt the knapsacks of the Tommies. nave utt-mj: bvlnucl him m nis next f-nilpsnio not Ms vet -i.-.vW' n-- vr with sovereigns and ha f sovereigns) "as nt o.t encc' should occasion require. Commons the strapping rru-mber from the for] but ir- isf to doughnuts Here they were Blake Rob- of ihe Immigration depart- the Kootenays whom even casual ac- the iar .advanced And Avhv showWn t There j Ottawa, _Thr-e quaintanci's hail-as "Big Mr. Galliher, is indefinitely out of poli- tics. Had he chosen to again seek the suffrages of his people, there would have bten no doubt of the Newfoundland. U-iuitf me uav as IUJL. .auva-uucu vxiir Canadians had decided' that the "a mai! in Uuvn thivt een the fields of pany to say' nothing of the presence j beets and the factory making of Mr! Young, the sheriff. King sugar. They, had also visited a Brothers of Raymond and -C. Me- .community at Magrath of which they Carty-accompanied the train.- had often heard, and they had'seen that point to Cardston, and- return. finest wheat they had yet seen Mr. R. W. Bradshaw, the Canada. He will not dispule peo- of Magratb, also accepted an invi- pie who claim, that wheat is _ raised tation to-go to Cardston.. Who they Are The personnel of the Commission is as follows: William Barber, Ter- ran, Moniave, Dumfrieshire; "William Bruce. of Scotland __________ ___r._ ___.....__ i -_-... beth, DeVeber. Fairfield, non-Scottisli cognomen. .Being a son {'two to one that'we can beat you on Aid. Cinuungham lire and- nnd "Xourse wore on the One hour was occupied 1 in visiting of Bruce county, Mr. Galliher must of; the jump." and tho police should j necessity go west when scarcely outi This was a bluff that could not bejdevuse' some -sdienic to everyiin visiting the high level bridge.' of his teess..and on taking up his! called, it was well known that Ihouseholder Posted as to-the located j Many were the comparisons between residence "in the prairies he further the regulars were reserving for this i OI tne nearcst ularm hox- Onc j bridge and the Forth and Taj- developed Ms athletic prowess until j event Jimmy Corcoran- of the 18th 'VrtV >c to havc curds j bridges" and while the consensus of he had attained more fame. than local; Royal Irish aud champion of India. Jimmy was already in his tent be- College of Agriculture; John M'Hu- tchen Dobbie, C4impend, i Mid-Lothian; James Dunlop, Hall- house, Kilmarnock; George A. guson, Surradale, Elgin; Ian A. Forsyth.. Ballintraid, Delny, Ross- shmv, Dr. R. Sbirra Gibb, Boon, Lauderdale, Berwickshire; {R. B. printed something like this "Nearest j Fire Alarm box is "opinion was that the first may be givmff thc longer and the second higher, the It was also inevitable that when, ing rubbed down with oil and other i placo with .instructions how to bridge adjusted Lord' called for (Janadian lubricants and presently he emerged j the voyagers to pilot, his force .down -the! resplendent in green trunks and m .evcr-v hojlso Nile in his famous Egyptian cam-! shamrock adornments, which he had whole lot- One of these wouW nelp out a Tliese could be fut m paign, Mr. Galliher would be one of j donned in order to give greater glo- tfie narabrr. It is -with an incident ry to thc isle from which his re'gi- of that campaign that our story hasjinient was drawn. Lord Annesiey. who to do. The fighting was -over and j was in command, and who had' hither- whcn thc Policc or somfc othcrs the WUHUS. Speaking of numbering the noses the force was assembled at Wadi-Hal-i tc taken no part in the banter, now'111 the me that it is a, fa preparatory to the descent of the''approached Mr. Galliher. "See to have thc voters' lists river. Men of all arms of the service She said "your men should be repre-j Polished. This is practice follow- bihation of lengtli and height left it no rivals. At Raymond Kt'- turn ing from the bridge Grieg, Marishall College, Aberdeen; William Henderson, Lawton, Coupar- Angus; J. M. Hodge, Blairgowrie, Perthshire; Harry Hope, Barneyhill, Dunbar; James Johnstons, j Cottage, Ayr; James Keith, Pitmed- j Uuiiy, Aberdeenshire: Angus t'ie MacKint'osh, Uig, Cortree, 'Skye; Dr. that party boarded their special cars, Carlaw Martin, 'Dundee; E. E. Morri- set and Ranger and preceded toward son. Bonnytown, Strathvithie, Fife; Raymond. The president of M. Prain, Tnchture, Perthshire; Raymond" Board of Trade met them Sir John R. G. Sinclair, Barrock at the Sugar Factory. The Conmiis- House, Wick, Caithness-shire; John rrver. ivieu oi an anus oi me service, ue stiiu vuu. suuuiu ue ,i r- A i XT i nied bv T.nicticallv cverv inuhicioalitv thiough the iactorv Newton, near Glasgow; Major were there awaiting the completion! sented in this event, lou have had La municipautj. j ,c .J e i j.i s- f i_ t Onm r 1O! l s ;i T inn ATomc of transportation facilities and for the j things your own way for nearly two H is not alonc for tlle the would-be alderman who wants' t" I AiK Jjjelvere in this countiy Mr. Barber said it was chiefly because they had been invited by the Government to see the country with Scotch eyes" and to tell they saw with Scotch tongxies. have a fine land he said. only doing but doing well. You are truly at the gateway of opportun- ity." Mr. Barber spoke of the intense sections have done- better than the large the matter "of retail trade, probably because of, warm of city workers and the' high "prices farm products; Busines Canada' for the week' number' which compares -ivith 17 last week in. 'this week last ilour exports from- (the United States and Canada week ending gfated against 026 last week and last year.' For eleven weeks 10th this year1 'the reports bushete. :r MUCH PROGRESS AT ROYAL MINES local patriotism in every communi- ty they visited. He was glad to see it. It is 'so in Scotland for which every one of the party is willing to. spend and be spent. He spoke of the continual revelation the trip had! been of the esteem and regard, even i affection of Canadians for the Old j Country and trusted that it would be strengthened bv their visit. He ex-! Spur Track Being Built Preparing to Sell Lots in Town Site pressed the thanks of the party to >j_ Galer. of Lethbridge, September Spokane, TO. H. president' manager. He also know whose babies he has to kiss but is for the gave them a short address in defense of the beet sugar against the mis- the cane sugar themselves, 'often'men do not cost ivpresentations some very (hie fields of alfalfa, closely watched as they are the most important but thc bylaw should re- quire every builder to get his permit before be starts on his foundation. Moreover, he should be required, un- der penalty of the law, (.0 register its actual value. Some have put in the value away below what it ought to be and when thc assessment is made on these figures they come out ahead when the payment of taxes comes around. Tf a man is made liable to a. fino in proportion to the nmount he understated the value of his building the city would get a bigger revenue and tho fellow who likes figuring up thc city's growth could get reliable iii.forma.tion. their cars between Magrath and Card- ston. Arriving ;rt the latter place, the Board of Trade, had made ar- rangements for the most extensive and thorough driv..- of the day's pro- the members of the Board of Trade of thf; Royal Coliieiies, Ltd., 'has and made special reference of the been in the city for the past few kindness and courtesy extended by j days in the inlert-st.s of the company. Seen by the 'Herald last evening Mr, Galer states that he is very much p_ general luuriager of the A. R. I. Co. who had pro- vided their trip and to T. JI. Evans the irrigation superintendent. pleased and more than satisfied with Thrt party was loath to break up, the progress made in the development ior' Scotch song followed sonp, old This woman sayg that Lydia E, PinJcbain's Vegetable Compound saved her life. Mme. Emma Chatel, Valleyfield, Belleriver, Quebec, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: -1 want to tell you that without Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, I would not be alive. For months I suffered with painful and irregular periods and inflammation of the feminine organs. Doctors could do nothing for me, and said I must sub- mit to an operation as I had a tumor. One of my cousins adrised me to grairime. The Commission was tak-' take Lydia E. Piixkham's Vegetable GOOD CROPS IN P. E. I. Cliarlottetown., P. K. I.. Sept. The annual crop report just issued shows crops in general to bo above thc fivrrago. Hay is the Iioavicst crop ever know si on the island. Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia en across the St. Mary's Riverand east to the fine wheat fields of Thom- as Woolford, John A. Woolf, Ains- cough. etc. It was here, in the field of John A. Woolf. that Mr. Angus McKay of thc Experimental Farm, Indian Head, was heard to say: "This is the best crop T have ever seen." W. M. McKillican of. the Dominion j Seed Branch also confessed that lie had never seen a field of grain to equal that of Thomas Woolford. Mr. Henderson, of the Commission, who bad assumed the mien of a "Doubt- ing observed to throw up his hands and exclaim, "Tis enough. T can now readily believe that these stories of 60 bushels to the ficre are. not all false." Onc of Compound as it had cured her. I did so and DOW I hare so pain and am entirely cured. Your remedy is deserving of great praise." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, bas been tbe standard, remedy for female ills, andhas positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, nlcera- tion, fibroid .tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, tion, dizziness ornervous prostration. Why don't you try it? Mrs. Pinkham invites ay sick women to write her for advice. She has jrxiuled thmisatuls to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. song, favorites such as Annie Laurie., Loch Lomond and others being sung in chorus until Auld Lang Syne in good old way brought the 'very pleas- ant evening to a closo, What They Think Scotchmen are not dispensers of hot air or flattery and the state- ments of the visitors of yesterday can be taken as the truth as they saw it. The party seemed particu- of the work in general at the mines- larly struck with the wheat and th-. beets of this district. Mr. E. S. Morrison of Boimytown; Strathvith- ie, Fifcshire, expressed the general opinion of the company when he said "We saw today the finest wheat have .seen in Canada and I can Work on the spur line is much far" ther advanced than he expected to' find it and will be completed inside' of the time limit given by the con- tractors. i The company is pushing thc worK j of development at the mine as rapid-' ly as possible. It is expected that by November loth at the latest the out- put of the mine will be at least 500' tons per day. Tim machinery 'that will be installed will be capable of this- it is as good as anything handling much "more than amount. A striking feature of the develop-? rnent work is the matter of a watet' supply for the town'and the plant.- e Th_ ;ater from a mjgQQ tank on'. T have ever at home. Your farmers are, rdoing good work and we were surprised to see the .skill they showed. They are keeping their farms well tilled and clean, much cleaner than the Ontario farmer, whose fields are overrun with weeds. Hern we .saw hundreds of acres with no we.ods whatever." "How is this part of Canada suited to Scottish he was ask- ed. "The class of Scotchmen you have been getting have been those who had little or no money and these may be parts of the country better suited than tliiss for htat he replied, "Tlie kind you wont is the well- to-do tenant of Scotland. As yet no effort has been made to gel, him -lore but our report will reach this class and will, doubtless have an effect. They would do well here and bo t> the flat which will be conveyed by" gravity to the plant and the townl. The company will have a complete and a large, water system when it is completed. The large boilers and the pump will arrive this week. The survey for the town of Royal City is now about completed. Al- ready the company has received many applications for the. purchase of lots. Asked as to the market, Mr. Galer stated that if the production were tons per day they could easily find a market. 'Enough of the out- put of the mine been distributed to create a d.'iuand. The company has done considerable prospecting and fee] sure they have an' unlimited supply of fist. coal. Thc seam credit to try." and this cotin- Mrs. A. C. Messer went to Tlny- inond this morning to visit Mrs. Thos. Bennett. is four feet three inches thick and is absolutely clean. Jl lies at a depth of nbout 250 feet. The manager oi the mines is Geo. L. latc of Coleman and the superintendent is J. Richards from Vancouver Island who has been on the ground for some time and who hns had a wide experience in coal mining, ;