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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTTTT1RIDOE DAILY 1TI3K ALP. August 7, The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., Ltd. Beg to announce that they have opened temporary offices in Suite 1, McLeay Block (Driscoll Connor's Offices) Citizens desirous of using the gas in the near future may make ap- plications there for same. D1STRICTNEWS SWKUT VALLK Y Vulloy, AUK. Mr. mid Mrs. Oporfie have gone to Kdmou- tot) for ti Iwo wcolts' visit with Mr. mine's slslcr. Swyt't VulK'v t'.ustoiivei'B tiro piled every Kriiluy with fresh fruit a! tlio store. .Mr. 'yhirlyy expects to havo in u large amount for eannliiK purposes about A us. .15. Kveryono slunilil in tlu'lr order -as POOH as possible so its to give him some idea of wliiil is needed. Mr. and .Airs. Hohlen were visiting in Champion far a couple of days lasc week. Sweet Valley and were to play bull -lusi Swuluy evimiug but Sumliitl never showed up. They arc completely or didn't have I time after attending church, but. so as io tiisappoint the crowd the j married men played the single men, tiie ending- in :i score of 1- to ii for liie niiirried set. Sweet Valley I expect to I'lay Cariaangay today a: the latter pluee. ISjrl Jones with others from was out in an auto caHectlng for thy Crown Lumber Co. Heiore va turning they took guppor at the home- NO. MAGIC BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA IS LEAVING THE CARDSTON LINE POPULAR STATION AGENT AT GARDSTON HAS BEEN TRANS- FERRED naymocd. Aug. people will regret to hear that Geo. Gray, -who for some thrfe was station agent i-ftt Raymond, and, more recently at Cardston, Is to be removed from the Cardston branch -to the main line of .the C. P, R. The move is a direct result of the proposed installation of '-a. telegraph system on this branch. Mr. Gray is not a telegrapher and it I-ls necessary that'the Cardston agent should be able to manipulate the key. IWhile ilr. Gray's move will >be a pro- moticn in .that he is to work on the main line, yet Ws friends in Southern Alberta will regret to sea far ttway. Tn all probability Brooks will FRED KANOUS! T0B! AN OLD-TIME RESIDENT SOUTHERN ALBERTA WILL STAMPEDE (Calgary Albertaa.) Fred Kauouse, oldest pioneer Southern Alberta, frontiersman, a stead. Mrs. C. O. Patrick and children from Champion were 0111 to attend the Sunday school1 picnic. The Cadfes' Aid were highly tained at Mrs. diiy afternoon. -2 ladies being prc3- em. Several more new members were added, making now a total of L't. The comfort blocks were finished after j which the busuvsBs-meeting -was c'.iH- i cd to order by the vice president, -Mrs -f. Taylor. The .constitution and by- i Jaws Vcve read by tno chairman of i tae committee. Being satJsfn.ctory to F present the meeting was closed ar.d luncheon served. Two gentlemen I visitors were present lit this part vt meeting. also Rev. Mr. and Mrs. McComb th-e special visitors. While in the vicinity Rev, McCcmb called on a few of the 3ick, Next eeting will be with Mrs. J. Hooker, August 7th. Mrs. Jay Rickctt and Mrs. Oscar Olson have Granum for a of) true record of whose' exploits would! weeks' visit, where they %vill meet; sliatne the Deauv.-ood Dick dime novel i their sister family from St. Pan series and one of the best fellows en route to Portland for future resi- that ever lived, 'arrived in Calgary j dence. yesterday and TV-ill be one of the fea- tures of the Stampede. Fred Kanouse was one of the argon- J. McKay made a trip to Leth- bridge this week, bringing back a new disc and more fencing material. ants-who came to the North West I Pilui Cosier made a business trip Territories away back in, the forties and settled in ibe southern part of the proYincei He is probably one a? the very 'oldest of the old-timers of the iirovince, was a participant the stirring limes, from incidents he his station, and there he will not K conaecUoil with ,whlcb allch liiacc_ feel alto-ether alone, as several Ray- as stimdoff> Whobpup, SHdeout and niond citizens have gone from here to other of similar nomenclature that point on irrigation worK. Mr. Gray's baby, Margaret, -will remain in Cardston for the time heing till suit- able lodgings are provided far her at Brooks. took their names. Standoff In look its name CAME IN AUTO UTAHI Raymond, Aug. Bradshaw, Who recently sold big farm at Magrath to Geo. A. Hacking, was a visitor to jRaymond on. Sunday. Mr. Bradshaw ;lias juat returned from Utah in his Vfive touring car, coming -all [the 'way overland, Mr. Bvadshaw owns large holdings at Caldwell and on Sunday night on his way to 'that place. He was accompanied by 'his wife.'' Mr. fin-d Mrs. Hacking also Raymond in their motor car ion Sunday-last, and while here were jthe guests of Mr., and Mrs. Geo. E. fflUrkhain. from one of his exploits. In a little stronghold, he was .on one occaaion attacked oy a >big band of Indians. A j friendly squaw came to his assistance i and alone they'stood oft the whole band of bloodthirsty, warriors. The Icxtded his rifles while he did i th-e shooting, and so effectively that the Indians eventually dispersed they escaped with their lives. Mr. Kanouse had his left arm so -badly- shot away that 'though it was saved, it hangs useless at his side. If Mr. Kanouse could be induced to write his to Barons this week. Mr. and Mrs, C. Jones are visiting for a few days with Ms brother near Champion, Mr. and Airs. Brodie and Mrs. LynkJ were Sunday callers on Mr. Galllghor. j Tho third annual' school picnic was held at Sweet Valley school house on Aug. 1st. An all-day picnic was ob- served but the immense crowd was in the afternoon. The -sports were commenced immediately after dinner was served, the first being a boys' race under 10 years, with Chester Relnecks ttrst. Girls under 10 years, Elsie Rickett. Boys' relay rac-e, "Merle Baughman and Harold Patrick. Three j legged race, a tie between Dick Clem- ens and Merle Biiughinan and 'Harry Lynk and Merman Hulden, who decid- ed to give the prize to the fat ladies' race. Next was ladies' running race 'ivit.Ii Miss Williams as captor; then the fat ladies' race with three '-entries, Mrs. PHmket, Mrs. and' Mrs. nsti- s interesting inches ahead. The race was won by Herman Holden; needle race experiences .the work would consti- Eshland, Mrs. bynfc coming in a tute one of ihe inoat books ever published. Mr. Kanouse left Alberta about two j by Jay Hickett and Mrs. O. Baugh- y-eara ago and now lives in the State' of .Washington, but will be here to take part in the Stampede and will undoubtedly play an important -part la It. G. Tucker of Aristruther, Ont, lust hjs barn iby flre. Loss man. In tlie fat man's race there were three Messrs, .Murphy, Plunkert and Kickett, the .prize being taken by Mr. PJunkett. nail driving contest, sevea entries, a tic between Mrs. .Plunkett and Mrs. Tur-j ley These two trying Turley won. comic of Increase Your Earning Capacity By Increasing Your Buying Capacity. 1 WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW OUR GOODS! Gel next year'i Hot Weather Comforts now i A T c o Refrigerators, Tents and Hammocks Splendid in Each Line. C. W. Gray You Can Buy SUMMER GOODS Now at BIG SAVINGS! We Are Absolutely SELLING AT COST! j was Hi-.- peanut race, each couple too- f Ins blindfolded, uwl shell- ing and six neiumls lo the gentleman, won by Hiiughiwin and Herman lluldeu. Men's jockey race -taken 'by Hurry Lynk and Her- miui HoWfiii. Wteelbivrrow race. II. Lynlc and Herman Holden. Men's re- lay race, by Herman lloltlen. The married ladies playing the single la- dies two innings of baseball, (he lat- ter coming out victorious .12 to 0. Eucli side niriiished their own pitcher" and Merle Buuglmian catcher for both sides. Some loud yelling and swiff running was donn. By a HUle prautico they could "beat Sundial team even if Mr. Murphy umpire. The .ainglc uwn played Uie married men with tlie former wiuning. 20 to At the cnUins oC this supper was called. Liberal and suitable prizes were Riven for the sports and every- one surely had a good time and a henrty laugh, not saying anything about the eatables. A fruit stand 'was ionducted in the afternoon, which all appreciated, BELLEVIiE Bellcvuc, Aug. NMorinaV Hlainnoro, spent-Monday in on business. .J. MartcH left .today .for his old home in Sydney, C. U-. where he will i-tsiile in future. Jacob J-lvask' arrived in camp on Moiitlay from Jfontana. and is now- working in the mine here. Mrs. -I- Carter ami two children, of -Hiairmore, were, visitors _in Bellc- vuc yesterday. Leo. Miller, of :Blalrmorc, was in town Monday ahd! secured two or contracts for painting and dr- eomting.' H. the Lille hotel, came down 'ycslerday and took over the management of the Bellcvue ho- ieJ. Mr. Hineline is one oE the best hotel men in the..Pass, and will no doubt keep .'the Bellevue hotel up -to its present standard. Mrt Callan, who has been in charge of" the for a nmirber of years, goes to Red Reeu as manager of a hotel in that town. Fred podgelt v.'lip has been working in the C.P.R. office at Wardner, H. C., returned to town last night and is. starting to work in the mine here. Sam Olzust, an employee of the C. C., 'is from a broken arm and other injuries as a result of being mixed up with a motor in ilm mine. 1J. Patterson, ot the firm of. "Pat- terson and Lee, Blairrnorc, was. in Uellevuc on business today. C. AI. M.P.P., spent day in camp. In spite of all his trou- bles "Charlie" still wears his usual happy smile. Yesterday in the police court two Slavs were assessed each on a charge of iiidecent exposure. A few more jolts like, this and some of .the aliens will have more respcot Tor -the law. A tow which started in front Di the Southern hotel on Saturday after- noon saw its finish al this police bar- racks yesterday. Only one of the par- ticipants was unlucky enough "to draw .down a fine. It cost him WHEAT CUTTING IS ON AT MACLEOD SAMPLE IS BEST IN I' NEW BUILDINGS BEING CONSTRUCTED Maclcod, A1115. prniiits lor Jmiu Hint wove over UUO, while Uiu immUi of August prom- ist'.s to exceed Hits amount. j 0. penult to build it .Scotch collage on 18Ui street, adds iiimlher stylo of architecture to the muny- already to lie1 smi in our town, j while McDonald's ulans (or an Irish home, will decorate another street olbt'c by. Contracts have, bemi let lor ten brick veneer homes to be coiuplotutt by Oct. 1st, and itll arc fov new iruitilies who UTC wailing fur sumewhere to live. The hoKpital is now lint shed, ami may be occupied in JiepUMiMttt, iintl formally opened by the govenioi'- penera! on his visit iu October, (ireiU preparations are in progress for tliis event. Tlu: t'ouncil and Hoard, of Trade committee arc tie tec- ir.ined to make the visit of Mis Koy- al I'iglmess something novel. Jleiivy crops of timothy and aU'alfa are reported by many of the fanners, Avho also report lite crop of native j buy of beef strers arc not many, as the farmers and ranch- ers Know they control the market. Buyers are offering just double the prices paid in 19Y1. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones, who have lived hero the past, five >v-irs, are inoving to Lacontbc, where Mr. Jones has purchased a grocery busi- Mrs. Jones will he nrissed from musical circles, in which shu took a irrcat interest, being one ot the lead- ing singers in .Macleotl. Wheat cutting is general all over the district, with reports that the sample is the best soon for years, but the yield on an average will not be more than last year. you buy inalelics ask for THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY, BASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE 'lF STEPPED ON. Kddy's Matches huyo But. isftod Gaiuuliatns since no others Tha E.. B. EddyJSompany, Hull, Canada WIRELESS .FOR BRITISH ARMY I want lo.eoiHmcL GAVE TAFT JR. A YOUNG BEAR DIDN'T KNOW WHETHER TO AC- CEPT IT OR -IN MONTANA Glacier Mont., .Aug. band, of fifty; klackfcet Indians greet- ed the Taft camping party on its ur- rival here over 'the Great Northern I Railroad. "Chief Quite Quiver presented Rob- ert Taft" with a young bear caught on the trail yesterday The son' of the President said the sift put him in a .-dilemma. don't think I, dare take this j ho said, "In the face of the ex- isting- strained relationship between I iny father 'Mr. v Miss' Helen TaEt, Mrs. George Vin- cent, wife of the president of the Uni- versity of Minnesota; her two daugh- ters, Robert Taft, and six friends of the Tafts, 'made im the party, which went into Glacier National Park for si weeks' triu. The campers saw last night at Medi- cine Lake two hundred Indians in a war dance. WAR OFFICE A COM- MITTE TO MAKE AN IN- j VESTIGATION. j London, AUK. Ofl'ice j j has appointed a committee to eousiil-j er the upplicaLion ot ihe re-1 markable developments Iu wireless j telegraphy to the needs ol! the army. The chairman of the committee is Sir Henry Norman, the author and traveller. Interesting: experiments ai'c about (o be undertaken by Uie French government in. cimuectlou with the I use of Hertzian waves for fog signals.. j It Is believed (hat lliis will prove of I grout value to navigation, as vessels j equipped with ,'wirelcss apparatus will i receive warnings, when the usual lights cannot he seen. One great difficulty is that of es- tablishing direction, .so as to enable a mariner to determine from which station a message has come. Several English -and Italian invest- igators have now, it is said, formulat- ed practicably schemes, and by means of a radio compass fehips will get bearings 'accurately. A complete wireless installation, which can he carried in Ihe knapsack ot" four men; is the latest development in radio-telegraphy adopted by the British army; A "knapsack station" has a range of about ten miles. It is carried .on knapsacks strapped on the backs of soldiers, four men each car- rying a load .ot-twenty pounds. The mast -is about thirty feet in height, extremely light, though of rigid con- struction, heinK made chiefly of al- uminium iu tuhe form. pay cash dud the market price. ,to 412-9th St. S. LethbridDe. BURNED TO. DEATH IN LOG CABIN Xelsou, Aug. like a 7tvt iu a trap, Ernest ISplett, who occu-. pied the stoutly-built log cabin at, Granite Creek, near Coalmont, which in the days Of the famous gold rush was'used us a police station, was roast ed to death iu-a fire, tliis ni'ohiing. buriied his home to the gBbiindV1' He slept in a window-less j communicating only with the main room, and flames cut off his retreat. BOSMER CANADIAN ON PRIVY: St. Jolin, N'. B., Aug. there should he a Canadian representative on the Privy Council is the feeling in England, says W. 11. Truman, bar- rister, Winnipeg, who arrived in St. John tonight, after arguing a ease on the othwr side. "It is he added, "to duinge the constitution of the judicial committee io have a Canadian added to its -membership, and Lord llahlane is sounding prominent Canadians to ascertain their views as to what steps can be taken to make the committee acceptable to Canadians, and to over- come any disposition -to abolish Can- adinn appeals to the committee." IN CASH PRIZES-. FOR BEST BREAD AT. LETH.BRIDQE FAIR MADE PROM FLOUR Ste prize list or write "us for full information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison Milling Co. LAFOLLETTE MAN AS DEMOCRATIC TREASURER Seagirt. Aug. H.'Crane, I of Chicajo, wealtliy manufacturer and! suppoi'ter of LiiFolleite in his cam-1 ].'aiK" for the Republican prasldeiilial poniinaUon, may be treasurer of the) Deinodratlu National campaign. CHINESE STILL FIGHTING London, Aug. lighting has broken, out at Wu Change, in the Chin- ese province of Hti Poll .lecording to a news agency despatch received here today .from Tientsin. The trouble arose over the disbanding of 'some troops. It bringi Sood Luok of Ball- ing day bftoausw every of a baking powdnr ii ii fun, solutery purt. "Alberta's Best is pefcctly freo from any substance injurioui to health. "Alberta'8 Belf ic known by cooks your grocer for it today. (r ,Mosmcr, Aug. Downie ar- rived on Monday evening from Cal- gary on a visit to bis brother, W. II. Downic of this town. Krcd Waters met with a slight ac- cident on Monday resulting In a sprained ankle. Mr. Waters was at Michel at the tiire, so a rig was sent to to bring Dr. Nay, who was quickly on the spot, and I everything necessary to relieve j the sufferer, able to proceed up the valley to the Ells .I.Hmbcr company's eamp next day. Uosmcritcs will lio inlc.rcstcd to Icnrn that James'Bartlclt, at one time surveyor at the Ifosmcr. Mines, has joined the ranks of the benedicts, having been recently married in Tor-j onto. Mr. Dartlott is at pres- ent on the cnginecring slah" of the Superior Steel Corporation. Wo noticed the name ol C. n. Win- j ter as being present, at a banquet in Rossland given to Mr, Fraser, late manager of the Hank ot Montreal in that town, who is licing promoted to a position at the coast. THE "SPOTLESS" SHOP Gilmore's Bakery, where IREAD IS MADE WE DELIVER IT FRESH DAILY Phones 1027 and 378 ALL GOOD GROCERS {SELL IT ii, in W ;