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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i'.m THE tETHBBIDGE DAILY HER AM) Page The Gurney-Oxiford is prompt No matter what comes or we iriiut have. The preparation of comes round three times a day. Every housewife wants to know that she can depend on her stove ibabltitely she wants to know, that there is no element of chance or likelihood of mishap in her cooking arrangements; that meals will be ready promptly on time. The Gurney Economizer is an ..assurance against accident and mishap in cooking. It is a simple device and found- only on the Gurney-O'xford. One lever controls' every thing. "The fire can be-slowed down for hours and revived in a few minutes. An arrange- ment of flues makes the Gurney-Oxford Oven .always uniformly Gurney-Oxford Oven is never to blame 1 It will make a good cook a better cook; it more than its share towards making every meal a success and a pleasure. C. W. GMY Phone 761 lethbridge, Alta. Dr. T. director-o New York's big Zoo and an authorit> on animals.He dechires that the bul after which Roosevelt's hide pendent party is is a 'n t-ouragebUB beast. This was In swcr to Dr. Long; the. auimal book who declared, the bull moose was a ecnyml, thus revenging himsel on Colonel Koosevell. who had dubbe( Long a fakir" The of tlie house fly is a -public' duty. Almost every American State. Board of Health'is carrying on a crusade against him. His filthy origin and habits, and the (act that his body is generally laden with disease-producing genus, makes him one of the greatest ene- mies of the human race. If the housekeepers of Canada will WILSON'S FLY PADS persistently, this 'peril will be trt- .inendously reduced. WEREUPWDATE BACK JN 100 A.D A FINE EXAMPLE OF ROMAN VIL UA HAS'BEEN.ONEARTHED AT-HENLEY' London, Aug Daily Graphic says that a particularly fine exiunpl of a Roman villa has been unearthei near Hcnley-on-Thames. From th .paciousness and the luxurious eqiiip ment of the house.and outbuildings it is clear -that it was the dwelling o-. Roman of wealth and refinement Within the high walls surrounding the villa were fish ponds and a pri te 'well. A 'hath with water pipes, and a bracket 'holding washing uten- sils are still remaining, iis well as ap- paratus for heating the house. The 'Iding contained some, beautifully designed tessehitfld floors, and money, ring aud some 'oyster shells we're 'onml. The date of the villa, is ahont 300 A.D., and .was 'discovered under i cornfield. J 'BURGLAR BROKER" LATEST IN PARIS Paris, Aug. police of Parie 'e, wrestling _with_ 11 new species of riminal, the "burglar broker." "The roker advertises, quietly, of course, burglaries done neatly and with des- atch." The discovery of the "bur- lar broker" was made in the invoati- ation, following the 'bankruptcy of M ouvier. a well-known jeweller. -J Rouvier reported the burglary ol is flat, and broke down aju] confess I when the detectives proved that he mst have been a consenting parly in le affair. He explained how his trou les had induced him to employ a burglar a German, who wed to'be in touch with the most esperate criminals in Paris. The burglary had beerf brought as arranged, the gems secreted in a country town, and.Bouvier was ready to draw the insurance money. broker's fee was THINK CR GO INTO PINCHER CREEK i-. Talk to That Effect is N. R. Construc- Citizen Leaving NOW ENJOYING MANY WEDDINGS Pincher Aug. 5. Piucher- of .the.Canadian Pacific have abo' Creek is losing a good citizen by thu completed the- erection of the no removal of 31 r. H. 11. Oi'mond bridge over the I'inchcr creek Nanaimo, 13. C. Me. Ormond has con- Brocket, ami the trains will IHJ pus j ducted a plumbing and tiiiSHiitU bussing over' this s true tun1 in a vei ness here for manv years and has al- shprt time now.' The other new sici I ways licL'ii found in the front van 01 bridge over Old Man river, ner any public enterprise that has lech does not sec m to he pri mooted during his residence here. In 'gr.cssiiig very rapidly. There is litt sporting, vtrclcs especially, will he be jor.no site! on the ground yet, thong missed "Bob" one of the famous the cement piers hau liccn complete htckvy septette which gave Tahe.r There are many people! Mich a hard run for their tiumey last Pmchor Creek who, still cling lo tl winter, and he has also taken an ac- J belief that the C.P-H. .will yet live interest, in all athletic sports {the. first railway Hue to come hit coming to Pincher Creek.! this town and declare this will His decision lo remove from Hie hu.si- i place as 'soon as HIP two bridge ness .arena of this town is regretted above referred to are completed. Cer by all, but at the same time the wish one" would hardly expect tli is expressed on .ill sides that he may Canadian Pacific to stand aside an meet .with, deserved .success iti liis .'watch.a rival road come in here an new home. Mis estimable wife will [capture-all :Uie trade without makin also be greatly missed from the effort to hold their own. Vo j ial life of the which she has i correspondent; is informed that tli I always been an active figure. j total business of the C.P.R. at thi I The Canadian Northern j point, averages over thirty thousiin jtion contractors have moved their j dollars.pur month in an camp a few miles nearer Pincher! month-out.- if is correct, an and are now at, work on the there us every reason to believe' i MtLclland farm thei will is, then it docs not look so unreason continue work in this direction is not 'able after all to suppose tlie stated .it present, but it is generally viould tn to heat all ulbeis into Uil thai the grade be pret- .town A loop line into I'mcher Creek ty close to Pincher Creek by the [between :the two bridges above re time winter sets in. The advent 61 f erred .to could he built into thi the railway will make Pincher Creek i town in two 'months. In connection the gateway town to ihe Crows Nest- -with--all this, it is known that Pass district, and none can accurate- 'small party of C.P.R. engineers re h fotetell the mannti in which this ccnth spent a wholr week iti town town.will1 forge ahead us soon the visit here may hav steam horse reaches lierc. have been in connection with t-hc schcm undoubtedly the..finest district out "of'mentioned-above, (lours and with plenty of coal (and Elevators Closed Down oil) the establishment of efficient and' Both the elevators at the station sufficient transportation facilities ('havc been .closed down, one to ro- will bring about the greatest develop-j main so tor two'weeks and the other ni.ni, that has been -nilncsscd in [for two months there are many town in Canada in ihe district still'have oui townspeople drc aetjuir- 'considerable grain, to ship, the above stale- of .affairs is- causing some rath- er caustic comment.: If it isn't the railroads, it is the elevator people who are making trouble for the far- mer, .and ..with these two octupuses al While ing inflamed optics hi straining their eics i looking for counting a .lot on a railroad, and tlie G; N. should be icnumlieied that the road is, onH one of that arc chartered through thib tlistnct The uork the farmer a. time try- ing fco make a hung Vnd yet tfccsc same elevator and railroad people are entirely dependent upon ihe farmer. Mayor Cutting Wheat Mayor Bobbie, who probably runs the biggest, harvesting'anil. outfit in the distript, commenced cut- ting hisiwheat on Thursilav. Over in much maligned Alheiia Pacific or Do- .ninion Raihvai, as it is no" called, has had a small arm v of sur- veyors and engineers in the field all summer establishing the final loca- tion of this line. This road comes 'in from, the United States and rims 'clear', through Lo IW Peace River country via Pincher Creek, Calgary, L'dmpnton, etc it. certainly be, huilt, at an earlv date, will be of vastly more importance to tin's" district, and lo the province of' Alberta, generally, than any of the various other -roads at present pro- jected. A direct outlet to the south is what Alberta needs to stimulate the development of its vast coal and the Summervicw district, north of town, fall wheat is all .ready for the binder. -Other grains all over the district arc corning along immensely, and tlie timolln haj crop is especial- ly noteworthy this season. Many 'armers declared thcv would have on- y-'half a crop ot' this hay this 'sca- ;on, but during the past month there has been a tremendous growth and coke deposits "more than anything I since'haying operations have coin- else, and the above road will provide such an outlet. And if ship our coal, etc., to the south, w-hv not our wheat Is C P R C.omi; to Lome The bridge and building department menced some splendid yields arc re- potted Some are cutting as high as two and a quarter tons to the acre. It there is disrilct'm the we that can beat such a crop as that i would like to hear from it. SPLENDID HEALTH NKVMISMSS Ail Bpwsia Cirri WAUCKKYOK, ONT., MAY 9tH 1911 "Aly, extreme Nervousness, brought on by Indigestion or which I suffered in its vrorit form, r i I asked, Mr. druggist, "Fniit'-a-rives" and 'he advised me to try them. 1 look several boics and im io say I am now enjoying line health. I honestlj believe I "owe my health to and strongly .advise anyone suffering from Indigestion, Nervous iTess or Sleep- to coDJtiieiice "Pniil-a- tives" idd continue this remedy until a cure is McCARTER. "Frnit-a-lives" is 'sold by all dealers a box, 6 for or trial size, write. Fruit-a-li res SIXTY YEARS OLD JUST SAW CIH THIS MAN SPENT HIS ENTIR LIFE ONLY ELEVEN MILES FROM OTTAWA, TOO Ottawa, Aug, Williamso is sixty years old on next Septembe Until Saturday last he had n-eve seen a .train, a motor electri car, a statue and many other things It was the first trip of; tho Chatea Uuirler motor-boats up the canal Sat urday An old man bough a ticket and took his seat in th' boat. When -the engine showed signs o movement the passenger got nervous Policing this the engineer spoke to lira, and gradually 'his history came OUt. Williamson is a Scotchman who was lorn in :i-little settlement called Port and. J3rive to Gatineau Point, thei mtlo'easV then turn to Payment's corner' and; drive ten miles north and reach Portland. :As the crow flies t is but 11 miles from Ottawa. Williamson, according to the slorj he told is a spendthrift Vhen he was a boy he often heard of Ottawa and resolved lo go there. But, Ithough he got a good.salary, as irles feo in he never got nough' money together to come here, k'ear after year something happened, ,ud his.money, Last tMarcli wife died, nd be resolved.'to cbihe to Ottawa his year. FJe reached here Saturday, ;ud be started in to have a good time iy se'vera'r electric car trips and by, notor -boa't trip. To the engineer of he moior .boat' he confided that in not in Ottawa half, ;i day 'before e had spent thirty-three cents. '.'I.jwant to-see some sail! illiRmson, and the motor boat en- ineer the man wanted to ae some of tho figures in the Ottawa hurches, took him down [0 -the Basil- But it turned out that the man see some of the statues on arliameni 'Hill, and a later trip was ecessary. AVilliamson later fell into the hands a wenUhv Ottawa man who too Ira around in a motor car anil show d him the sights of the city withou barge. AT STAFFORD SIX WITHIN TWO OLD-TJMER'S' DEATH Staffordvilic, August vllhib'e of Staffordville ueomed to be on the boom for th'o pant few duyri In regard to weddings. Six weddings took place inside uio last two weeks, while three will be celebrated the beginning of this week. The villBge council-lias been nego- tiating with the C, P. ft. to get ft.-street on the west boundary of th'u village, nimiing north from iltli A (Ualbrallli St.) This huy bei.i granted and the same will be as Gull! Street, and now aro being made for water main oh said street. A'petition for waterworks extension has been signed by two-thirds of tV.e ratepayers for tho borrowing of The extension IB ,10 be onOalli. Street and Victoria Avenue. A death occurred on 4tli the home of Mr. and Airs. A. Fin, of their infant, daughter'. A sad occurrence happened in the 'home ot Mr. Mike Seaman last Friday when Mr. .Seaman passed away, leav ing a wife and family ten to 'mourn in their bereavement. His eldest son Ulike Seaman, jr., was married.to.Miss Annip fJtid i about ,igo and his eldest daughter Mrs. ilary Kropiii- ack arrived here last Friday front'her liome in Passbnrg lo attend tlie fun- iral Tlie funeral took place Sunday iiftenioou at lialf past three, from his home at Stafford, headed by, the city band and followed by St. Michael's society, of which -Mr. one of iho- members, lo Si. Patrick' church. Mr. Seaman has bee-D one of ,he old timers who resided here for :he layt twenty-two years, and his Mineral .was well attended; by" his Tieiida. "SOME KA'E MEAT, AND GAUM EAT' So Bobby Burns lersclj deocribw rich, but blill poor, But their, case is not now so desperate u wueit .Burns wrote. For Ihe mau the food uow can cat without suffcrnig for s it, tf IK just follows Uie uicml with Na-Dru-Co Dystwpsia Tnljlct1. 'These rcniurkable tablets baoish troubles of the man who is sufferer-frou htartburn, gas on Ihe stomach orocca- hivuuLitiuiycstion. You can me ils of uholesome digest them you taLe Nt-Drru Co" Dyspepsia Tablets. t afterj probably the bcjt formula i.noiii to medical science, they are quick certain lu their action, giving prompt relief from all forms of stomach trouble, toning up and strengthening the n e organs and bringing about pmuxncnt cures. A man isnostrongcr than his lit yourself for jour best uork taking Na-Dm-Co Dyspepsia Tablets 5oc at your Drae and ChcmJcal CQ. of Canada, 144 AUTHOR ENAMORED WITH AIR FLYING IS AN EXTENSIVE GROCERY HOUSE LETHBRIDGE FIRM ONE OF. LAR6- EST ON OVER EDMONTON BUSINESS Edmonton, Aug il 11 K Home, of Cnlsary .and Leth- bridge, forraallj fooK ovei the busi ness of Brothers Larscn; vholesal" k.ocaia it list week, the deal imGiving about 100. W B Pitnold, foimerh of the iclling firm's store at Winnipeg, lias jeen ippointeil general managpi of .he Edmonton house. John Home, general of the ompain G S Kola manager at Calgaiy, who 1ms e-an at Edmonton several ..days in onnection with the transfer, express d themselves as highly pleased with H.G. WELLS SAYS IT IS THE MOST, PERFECT MEANS OF IN THE' WORLD J ondon Aug G Wells, author the "War of the The Hist Man in the Moon, "The Wai 111 tne and othet thrilling works d passenger with JNlr Graham on a hjdioVeioplane, Eastbouinf1 on I ndaj and ghes m the DaiK Jiail his ds fol- lows "I spent ten or fifteen minutes in. the air. and landed with a .conviction. that I had had onlj a foretaste of a, great store of- hitherto unsuspected- leasurcs. At "the first chance I. -will go up asain.'and >'ill go fuithei still in a state of amazerheiifc at the smooth steadfastness of the motion. There is nothing ou. earth, tp: compare with that, unless it, yacht, travelling on perfect finest motor car in 'the world 'on.-. the iest road would be a jogging, quiv- ering thing beside it. "It is quite pecuIUi to fljmg that one is incredulous; oE any. You fh with the exhilaiatmg assur- ance that vou cannot posslbh run ei anj thing, or nm into an; thing, ex- cept land or sea, and these large essentials seem d beautifully tance awaj I up the impression that RICHEST INDIAN GIRL IN OKLAHOMA Gcorse W. Irish, a Winnipeg pion- eer and contractor, is dead.. WUllsun surrogate court rlc of Guclph, had a' GANG LEADERS ARE IN SEATTLE MEN AT HEAD OF 'MURDEROUS ALLEN SET IN VIRGINIA SAID TO HAVE BEEN LOCATED Seattle, Wash.. Aug. Alien and Wesley Edwards, ringleaders'7 of c murderous Allen gang, have -been traced to this city, accord- ng to a statement made today by (J. 1. .Marshal R. II. Jacoby, Federal officers and the police hare lefinitely determined that Alleu Is in his section, and within the neigh- lOTliood for (wo weeks The secret service men have been in the lookout .for two weeks. This id not become known until today.. Allen and Edwards were traced to Salt Lake City, but they cleared that city just ahead of the government .of- ficers. Allen is known to have been in Ballard, a suburb of .Seattle, with-, in the last two days, and that time he 'was secreted in the home of a re- but. was aeen and recognized by wen. whose names R. Bryan, special agent of the Department.o' Justice, .eftised to divulge. His hand has not yet healed from the gunshot wound sustained in the killings at Hillsvllle, in March. Tiie government, secret service are udfgnant that the story, leaked out. Marshal John Anderson at Salt bake sent word that, Allen Kdwards were bound for tlie ranch of n man named lint field In or near U'usn. I'Q. Ilalfield [fully located in tlic! big bottom conniry between Elbe ai Morton, and there wfere found sever families who had come from Allen home in Among tneni wei "Devil" Matfield, as he is known. H is a close friend and former associai of Allen, Allen was here on an e. tended visit eight years ago. It is to' He'ved .that both fugitives are tryin to gat either north -to Alaska or soul to Mexico., Seattle ig being thoroughly sooure and as both men are dressed like la boriBrs, tho hunters of cheap lodgin houses below the dead line are.bein, given' particular scrutiny. The eutir police department, as veil as the atrength of the sheriff's office, United Slates, Marshal's office, special agents of the Department Justice, arc on the job, and Marsha TacpbV and Captain of Detectives Te iflnt are confident the arrest is onlj a matter of a few hours, Robert Lamaish, an old settler o; Sssex county, is dead, aged S5. llclpiiil atnl'Harmless Sapulpa, Tatama croivned queen of the Euchees a feiv days ago, is -the richest Indian girl in Oklahoma, The little, queen is 17, a and believes' in the bid age that "Fine feathers make tine birds." She is raising peacocks for the market. Her peacock ranch is a Htlle gold mine. Several birds are valued at each. Miss Tatama.lives-with her father, but some day to marry a 'white man and.learn to drive an automobile, dress pale -face sisters, and :ake au active part in women's rights. She was crowned "queen" of the 13u: chee tribe at, a recent green corn lance near this city.. Her string of leads consists of teeth, is val- led at 110.000. Mies Tatama owns a quarter sec- of land In the beart of 'the oil district and her royalties run into he thousands every month. One of fie largest ffns wells ever discovered vas drilled on her allotment recently, vhich adds a day to her income. The Euchees are the "bluebloods" f the Creek tribe. Their of ribal property was made equal, hut he Euchees never lived with th 'reeks, and no Euchee girl has -ever married into that tribe. he business outlook in the distuct hey predict that mixed farmUig, hich is now practised exteusheh in le Edmonton country, :will result in oser community life thfoiigbout. cen- tral Albeita and will ilso be tlie 'means of attracting m-any American fanners lo-UKJ district. The flnn oE Campbell, Wilson and Home, is affiliated, wltlf Campbell Bro: thers ilson Ltd Winnipeg Campbell, Wilson Smith, Re- gina; Campbell, Wilson Adims, "Ltd., Saskatoon, and with Its .Upuges in the province, of .Alborifa it.now constitutes one of th. largest grocery concerns on the North American con- tinent Mr Campbell, foundei of tlje company, 'began his career 'at Winni- peg 20 years ago. With the sale of the -'Edmonton house the firm of Brothers' Larson has closed its grocery busi- ness in Canada. The firm will'icon centrata its efforts mainly upon rail- way construction in "Western Canada and banking and ijailway building in the United States. Foley, Welch fljmg still an uuconifortKble ex- periment. a slightly heroic thing to do, and I came down with the that it is a thing for one It ill get much cheaper, no doubt, and much snifter, and will toe in wajs But it is available for anjone who can reach it I cannot understand the sou of joung man -wont learn bow to do it if he haH a chance The development of watei plaues is an important step-to'ward' thQ.'hugo- populai nation of flying, is cei tainly imminent Getting up and landing on fan 1> smooth v. ater is easier than getting into bed This alone is likelj .to determine the aero. plane routes along the line Airmen go to and fro the waters aa midges do. Stewart of St. Paul, is the name of the railway firm in 'which the Foley E hers are the principal partners. The company is doing much, construction work on transcontinental linos in Westein. Canada also having mportant contracts on the. Northern Pacific and the -Great Northern com- >anics Hues in .northwestern states. A FAREWELL TO J 0. JONES Hillcrest, Aug miners ni ranged to havs a smoker Saturday ed lo have A smokei next Saturday evening on the presenting John 0 Jones with a token of and i egret; at his leaving the com- munit> Ah Tones, now vice presi- dent of Distilct IS, of the Lotted Workers of-America', and 'presi- dent of the Alberta Federation of IA- bor, until Iiib recent piomotion among the Mine Workers, the aecre- tarj of Hillcreot Local 1058 of thifc ordei bile set foi 3 ears In this capiclu Air Jones made strong friends oC all with whom he came into contact. At smoker, which 1-3 billed as a "free pnd easy'1 one, his .numerous friends members of the union will endeavor to express their appreciation Jones 'as th'o secretary and as the man. Alex Scott, son of the master ot le steamer Collingwoqd, was drown d while trying to shoot the-rapids t Sault Ste. Marie in a canoe. Hudson's Bay Co. Now Busy Opening, up the NEW SEASON'S GOODS i You will hear' about-them-soon. IN CASH PKIZES FOR BEST BREAD AT LETHBRIDGE MADE FROM OUR FLOUR See prize list or write Uft for full Information ENTRIES FREE- The ft. A. Smith. Toronto''inMlionalrc, killed in an auto accident; Ellison Milling Co, ;