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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Augusts, THE DAILY TTERATJ) Page 5 THE uestion Will be solved for you if you let us serve you. We handle everything obtain- able. We buy all our own meats and we buy the best. We kill and treat every pound of meat we sell. Everything is fresh, rich, juicy and tender. Our motto: Quality first, last and all the time PHONE 452 L. 'at; the liesl, jbn. any table in" Alberta; costs lib more, than inferior grades. 1 waat to contract for- Butter andEggi Will pay, cash and Hie mar'Kot price. Write to 412.9th St. S. WAKDXER Gilts Oiatlasit 1 To get forks, knives, aad fancy pieces of qualify snd beauty- ask fo-r .This brand is knowiTan that Wcail-i'' To buy this ware is to genfcjc ut- most service and satisfaction and the heaviest silver jilutc. Known for over 60 SoI4 by WaTdflar, Aug. .Smith died :it Bill I iUyer'Smulay morning of constipation. Deceased h'a'd ouly'-been injcamp 'a couple, of days, coming from Calgary to go to work in the woods. The" remains were shipped to Ferine on the afternoon train. Tho above Is only one of the many cases -the'r.ueed of a doctor being stationed here. The sawmill closed Saturday night for four days to'permit of necessary repairs being made. Quite a number of the boys took advantage of the of-.-the-mill and.left for the .mountains early Sunday morning. They were fully equipped for -boai hunting. W.H. AVilsou and J. D. McBrlde, the two financial kings of Cranbrook, motored to Wurdner this .Mr." and Mrs. A.' C. "Sheppard and daughter of Warrensbur-g; Mo., visiting- Mrs. Ceo, Wilson.- Work on the Bull River hotel'on. the Bull River -towuslte is proceeding with all rapidity. will see he. completion ,pf the first storey'antl n all probability the fall will see the Minding completed. .Every conyen- eoco IK to be Installed :uid the public an rely on the beat of service from the proprietor, .lames Bates. The Ward nor baseball team are planning a tour of the western States :his fall. The boys have played 31 games winning IS. We are proud our boys and hope the necossa'r "backing-" will be forthcoming to en able tbpin :tb make the tour. E.- A. Murray Columbia Falls is visiting F. M. Stearns. 'Mr. and airs, Gordon Skead of Bui River went-- to -Kernie on business -ifpi day afternoon. Tom Hedigan is visiting in Gran brook, this Quite" a number from Taber, Alta. are camping on the Douglas ranch ai Bull-River. STARVED WITH Old Woman in New York Dies From L Hunger Rich New Yor-K, Aug. am dying of starvation: J have not eaten for three said an.aged.woonan to a police- man at .the corner of 42nd street aud avenue just -b-afore aaj'break to- day. While he 'was enquiring her name she dropped unconscious to the curb, and 'before an ambulance could be summoned she was dead. At the morgue a roll of yellow- hacked in found in ihe woman's stocking. Pinned to one of the bills was a slip of paper, which' said: "I am Rosa Connolly; 74 years old; no home." Examination. showed that death was due to "starvation aJid heart fail- ure. NEWS OF DISTRICT LILLE LIllG, Aug. Hpecial meeting of tbe Lille Session and V. p. s, c. K. wan held In -the school room at 7.30 o'clock. P. Williams presided and K. L. Bawtjou acted secretary f tho'mcetlng. The business befory t meeting was the disposition of t funds left. Iri hand'in various t cletles of the church owing to tl closing of tho mine. Tins money disposed as follows; Sunda school funds amounting to the hands of Supt. W. P. Williams, be sent to the Murray at. Oolem to he held by him until lie can deck whether or not it will he needed i Lille. Should Lille not open up agai he can devote it to any church fuiu he deems lit. He the Ladies' A! funds It was again ugreot] that Hi balance of be banded over to Anderson, treasurer, to paid ove in full with the amount of 12.05 present on band to the [lev. Ja Lang for his services as preacher. R .he church building funds, tbe a mom bank is ?75.10, and cash on ban making a total of was agreed unanimously that the; 'unds be turned over to the Presb; -erian church of Canada for thre years, at the end of that time if Lill should be started up again the abov mined funds'to be returned to Lill 'resbyterian church building fund. .he event of Lille not opening u] again at the end of three years the above monies to become the pyopert of the Presbyterian church of Canada The Y. P. S. C. E.'funds it was agreed by tlie -members present at the meet added the building fund The meeting then adjourned. Tin following members were present Messrs.-'Williams, Anderson, Searle Mrs; McDonald, Mrs. Williams, Mil K. Williams, Mr. E. Keith, K. L. Law son and -Miss M. E. Nortain. Mr.- Muto and family have left foi Hosmer, Where. Mr. 'Muto will work the timber 'industry. All work has stopped except the train service, which Is now running about once every" two days. That Is f the cars do not leave the rails. F. Zeli 'of Lille7 has obtained work at the Coleman mine. He will be caving camp days. Owing to the brakeuian and con- ductor leaving W. B. Williams is con- ducting the train -service for Lille. A. -Williams the camp for a while. Tho Lille post office service has somewhat 'slow method these days. K. L. Dawsoh, Lille's famous foot- baller, 'has left the 'camp to try big at Blairmbre..' NEW Increase Your Earnirtg Capacity By Increasing Your Buying Capacity. WE ARIi: ALWA.YS GLAD TO SHOW OUR Get next Hot Weather Comforts now AT C O S T j Refrigerators, Tents and Hammocks Splendid Assortment in Each Line. CW. Gray You Can Buy SUMMER GOODS Now BIG SAVINGS! We Are Absolutely SELLING AT COST! New Dayton, Aug. Flo-r- ice Campbell, who has been the guest of Miss WJiItsel, returned to Lethbridge on Saturday night. Miss Hattie who has been visiting with Mrs. Reed, went back to Raymond on Friday. C. iM.. McLennan, was' in Medicin Hat on Wednesday of this week look ng after the cancellation of a home stead. D. H. Greeno is this -week in War ner overhauling a threshing engine preparatory to starting the fall work, The school house floor has just re- ceived a new coat, of paint prepara- ory to opening. Tbe term is to ,be- gin early this year on account of. the interruption of 'the work at the end of the term caused by Mr. Riches' ill- ness. Hugo Weisse, of Raymond, has sold .a quarter section in to Lewis Peterson. The Miami Farm has shipped two cars of wheat and R. E. Skeith one car within the last week. Jennie Lawrence, who was teacher a year ago at Tyrell's Lake school, has returned from Lethbridge and will teach again next term. A. C. Bush and Son of Brookville, came to New "pay ton'yesterday j and a're looking over land prospect in tbis -district. Mrs. J. T. McKay, Miss Pearl Wbil sol and Mrs. Stovel have been on th sick Hat this week. The Miami Farming Co. have llnisli ed cutting fall and there ii now some 400 acres in shock. C. Al kins is to begin threshing Jiis graii in ten days. The Misses McKanna, who hav left for their home in Minnesota. Mrs. A. 'Molonia ot Ottawa is at the New Dayton hotel waiting for In husband who is at present working on the Miami farm. Tbey are to STAFFORD VILLK SfarfordvlIJc, Aug. has now completed all houso con- nections, also erected two stand pipes, viz.: one on John street anil the other on Victoria avenue. Water carls are to supply 'the residents of Hardic- ville (Xo. (t mine) with water from the latter stand pipe, and the contract was let to Messrs. Vtinhorn and Me- Ado0 for a term ending Jan. 1, Goo. Saukatch, from Sundial, was in Staffordville Tuesday, .on a busi- ness trip, lie reports that the crops are looking lino In the Sundial dis- Irict and he expects to start cutting his grain on his return. (leo. Bublick, a merchant of Dia- mond City, was In on business in con- nection with his store. Mike Furin lias just completed a four roomed cottage on John street and tjxpeets to move in at once. John Chohtclt is erecting a five- roomed cottage on Church street, which will give a line appearance when completed, to that street. Alex Sasadni, of William street, was united in marriage to Miss Louis Boychuck from Minnesota, Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's church. William Auntinuk was taken to the Gait hospital last Tuesday, suffering from rheumatism. The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fia's infant, daughter took, place on Tuesday afternoon from their home to St. Patrick's cemetery. TO ENTERTAIN OLD PEOPLE MiilTRlli, Aug. Thursday, the old ireoplo of Mugi-iuli and dis- trict, inx'KpecUve of race or creed wJll hi! oiilertiilnoil the Old Polks1 committee of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Tie .hon- ored aged will assemble ut the iown hall at 10 a.m., wlrere autos and other vehicles will be waiting. to convoy them to the beautiful grove 01' Parley Carter, one mile ivest of town. Here they will siwnd the day in iho shade of .Mr'. Carter's magnificent trees and shrubbery. Luncheon will be served on the lawn, and a right Jolly good time Is anticipated. All over fifty years of age, widows, widowers, and! missionaries wives, a.re invit'ed to take the outing. j O. W. is away th: 'week on a business trip to Athabasc Lauding, where he is looking up vestments In that coming section tbc country. Yesterday the Young Ladles' Mil ual improvement Association held very successful ward conference. B< sides the local and slake official there was present Mrs. Heaeley, Salt Lake Cily, a protuiaent leader Mutual work. RAYMOND BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Aug. C. Jnrafeson has returned home from Vancouver working for some I'here he has been uonths. Mr. Dave Hunter, of Bow Bells, N. D. s visiting friends here; Mr. J. B. Cosgrove, of Lyleton, Man. 5 visiting his sons, who are home- teading south of town. JMr. Coegrove s very favorably impressed with this art of the. country; is confined'to his room rith blood poisoni-ag. We trust bis llness will be of-short duration. The hand played a short concert on tie street last evening, which was inch appreciated by the citizens. In .iture