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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta PaercMO THE LETIIHRTDGK DAILY-HERALD Sal-unla'y. August Range Talks ;No. 4 Subject By The Housekeeper More Important Features "You may buy a 'Kootenay' range, as I did, without a Reservoir, want one. Well, call on the McClary __ dealer and have one sent a _ place provided for it on the 'Kootenay.' Attaching it is an easy job. No stove expert screw-driver is the f only tool you need. I put my Reservoir on in a jill'y. Kootenay Steel Range has a Drop Oven makes a good shelf for sliding things into the Oven. Tlie handle of the door clamps Oven S leaves it open a little bit if you desire lo cool it. "The 'Kootenay' Warming Closet is bigger and better than ever. The 'Lift' door allows every inch of space to be used and you can depend on it keeping food nice and hot. "The Broiler Door on the 'Kootanay' is enough to broil a steal; to perfection. You can re- plenish lire through this door without disturbing cooking on top of Range.' "It's easy to fit the 'Kootenay' with an ideal hot water S'M" v tilat wi" not increase fuel consumption in the least. "4J1 in all you'll find the 'Kootenay' Range the best you can buy, Price is' what you'd gladly pay for a perfect cooking and baking range." i OVDON VANCOUVER ss- TAX RATE IS 18 MILLS FOR STAFFORD VILLAGE Council Transacts': Important Accidents The regular mrettnic of the SUilToni i The council has liniwti a liylaw Village'council (w.is held 2lst, I for Ihe governnienl of water works foHo-.viiiu; jircs- mid Imvr forwiirded it to Kdmnnlon .for approval. I Thr tax rate put: Cliainnnn, K. VaseU'ii.ik, .loo I'isko, am) H. iM The council has so much deal with iha't some of it had to postponed .till next incetiiis- A letter from T. llratun was re- i-eived complaining of the rale charg- ed him for digging a ditch from llu- streei limr'to the ho.isr. the rate he- ing -Jfie. per hour, whk'U he was too high- The council deeideii to re luce this wax tixed al> 18 mills on HIP dollar for UH2. A bill from I'. Uunliug was ic- for making some 1-ineh. valve -spindles. This bill was laid over the council thought that- was over- sr tlumghl i I Arc. and been led tn through ty on lite corner of !Mh 13th SI., X. Tie council le.irotlilting with Mr. I'errv rale to per hour, tin- saint1 rale being charged by the The .sficretarv inslnicU' i for Koino time past to have slice is write the city ot Lethbridge for com- fplpte details of the, meter LHMIIIPC- tioiis. A letter from Hie city engineer received and filed. r.wl lanes opened tin on- his property. All owners on 13th St., Nr., have streets anit flth Avc., N.'iti liecidpd to ope alloys through from Victoria Ave. (.ienural Village News .lames who has been in I Stafford for the last week visiting While Attending tlie Big Fair At Lethbridjre, Ausr. 19 l.o '24. be sure njul visit, our warcrooiiis, you will lind the lai'fi'Psl: and most complete line of pi- anos, playei' iiiul oru'aiis and Victor Ciriiiiioplioiit's in Soutliorn AJberta A few bargains in Used and Shop Worn FOUR PIANOS, in qood condition, and up. TWO PLAYER PIAfJoS, good condition, 1500.00 and up. FIVE ORGANS, stcond hand, and up. 100 ROLLS OF PLAYER MUSIC at half price. Mason Risch Piano Co. FACTORY BRANCH, New Dominion Block. Phone 79 EXPERT PIANO TUNING j> JAP EMPEDR'S ,aiicestors and expect to follow in the footsteps of the late Kmperor, obey- rnpnv riTiirnn uie lllSIIY h! lirnAl An appropriation oi to LUJ1LI rUllLIXAL, Mpenses of the tuneral of 'FERNIE TO- HAVE NEWJWBULANCE CONCERT YO RAISE MONEY BENEFIT THE MINERS BIG (Special to' the Kernie, Aug. The concert given Thr village watec-masier was in- his soa-in-la-.v, Hopkins, MructEil liy the council to start out much impressed with North Lelh- on the 22nd and all water-takers who and Staffordville. He is one had not paid up for tlie previous nf the largest laud holders on 13th month, their water was he shut :street -NV, and has decided to sub- i divide and also to erect several fine He also received iu.stmeiiom; In on some of his property, tify the city to have all houses on i .lank Faster, who had a misfortune the south side of Sth, Avc., X., con-. in having his foot crushed, is alile necied up at once. jto resume Iiis duties. The health inspector, M. Vnsplcnafc, The son of Thomas Lewis, who forwarded his report stating that jnms the A. H. I. fan for No. -i there are dead animals lying on the j shaft, met. with an accident which village nuisance grounds, which should I resulted in a broken Me was Lak- eitlu'r ho buried or burned. Jen lo the Gall hospital, and seems At one time this was true, hut The council gave instructions that! to hr getting on nicely. [the labor saving machinery that these Animals would be burned at John Seaman, Oalbraith street. I use Lodn-v "iakes if Away Down OUR BIG SALE STILL ON Stock up when you can save money once, and notifying a notice would he put up j who works at So. 3' mines, is very; all people who dumped; ill and couiined to his room. visit- BAYNES LAKE, B. C. CAN RAISE GOOD FRUIT Fernie JJ. Members Paid Hie District a their dead animals on tlie village r Salcuich, of Sundial, nuisance ground would have to either ing ,u Stafford. burn them or bury them, and if ihey Mrs. M- Seaman and family have faif to comply, the village would returned from Passburg, where they in the Grand Theatre last night, aml "avc tllc same i "pc" dcr (he auspices of the Fernie branch lo the responsible. their daughter, Mrs. .A. Scn.inch.ick. of the Veteran's Association, the oh- of which was to aid in the pur- chase of an ambulance for use in emergency cases here and .it other places in the district, was a grand success, borh as to turn-out and in the excellent program rendered by home talent from Fernie and Coal Creek. Colonel McKay, the nsoving spirit the undertaking, .is greatly elated over the success of the movement, which insures the accomplishment oi .he object aimed at. Lieutenant George O'Hrien, of Coal presided, (he long pro- ;ram rendered without a hitch, nany numbers being received with ipplause, and recalls being numerous, ['he hall was uncomfortably crowded, and rnajiy were turned away. The1-- Fernie Citv Band, under the anrls mnre will be'added to this next year. .More than three hundred tons of the finest potatoes that grew will (Jug out oT the soil next month, nearly .nil being grown upon soil turned up fc-r the flrst time this year. All kinds of vegetables are growing in profusion and small fniirs are seen upon erery hand. Ail this wonderful change has been wrought during one short year by men new to the country and unacquainted with cli nate and methods of the 'country they have selected in which to make new homes ONE MILLION-DOLLARS WILL BE SPENT ONtQBSEQUIES OF LATE MONARCH jllie late Kmperor was then introduc- cess puts the ambulance project lirection of the new .leader, lataly rom Naples, Italy, rendered several, twelve other members weivt by i-rain, lumbers, and were a .welcome adcll-' while others went by auto. The party bion.'to the entertainment. This met by members of. the Land (ll i .Holders association and were driv-en (Special to the Herald) Fernie, .Aug. answer to an extended to the Board of Baynes Lake Land Holder's.association, of Baynes Lake, the Fernie board sent a delega- tion of some twenty of its members to that new and flourishing settlement for an outing'and incfderi-j and to add the wealth of 'the Root- tally to cultivate more intimate rela- enay country. tlons between the two societies. Aftera th.ive of the VJKU President Reading and.some ten or Ors were entertained at a lunch pre- sided over by the president of the with President Reading of the Fernie board on this right and Mr. Tokio, Aug. the new Emperor of Japan today completed Ihe formalities Connected with his Recession to Uhe throne. The con- cluding func-tion was the reading by Premier of a special ItnMerial edict in Ihe members of the diet asseivble'J in extraordinary session. The document vras tejdually as follows "I have pd. The remainder, of the cost of the [funeral ceremonies which will amount laliogcitiLT to will Ire borne by the Knjperor's private purse. i The lying; in state of the body of tipu a solid footing, hut more work is be done before tlie vehicle can into service. Colonel McKay and bis willing as- sistants are entitled fo much credit ijUiitsuhito is to be viewed by the en-jfor fcheir unselfish service in the cu- ilire diplomatic corps on September Jerprise. 14, who will he .admitted to the .death chamber after an audience with the new Emperor and Empress. tn over a large portion of the settlement i nt Baynes, and were afterwards lunch- pu j ed at the Old Club .house, the huad- quarters of the association. A. B. Trif.es, of the Western Canadian Wholesale Co., on his left. sary for them lo work from sun to sun; and they accomplish a great deal more a great deal easier. There is still a bigger difference in the change of wumen's work who iraes modern cooltrig utensils such as is found in our store. Not only can her work be done-quicker but more pleasantly and easier, to nothing of the difference In die results of her cooking. For some purposes yon nmnt tinware, for others gra-nitftware; agahi and enameled ware or wooden" ware. We have every ar- ticle you, want and the way you want it. Taking into consideration the small expense nf a properly.equip- ped kitchen, the- amount of time yoiji spend in it, and how-much de- pends upon your cooking, you nan well afford to have the proper uten- sils for. the work. The Best Hardware House- predominance their families The very large working; men and a noticable feature of the large A special train from -Coall and An unknown man, aged about fiQJl'reek brought down a large canting-; i supposed to be Wm. Galib. of Brant- ilr. Aladdin welcomed his guests I in a short and interesting liitle talk devoid of any except business senti- Piloted by Rev; ..Mr. .Madden, the Mr Reftd re f] president of the Baynes orsanizalion, Bamc 1Inegf nnd.WBg ,bv the party was shown the resuhs of a Trkes who went over the ties of the business relations that could and doubtless "would grow up j beijveen two such communities as ware represented at that table. single year's workmen the raw lands of in the neighborhood. was I At Colonel Pynes, Colonel Garvfns and other places the party halted toppled dead from a bench Bscemied the throne of my Imperial 'in Gore Park, Hamilton. HOTEL ALEXANDRA LKTHHJKIDGE European Plan Finest Cafe in the West Open lo 12 p. in. Telephones in Every Room; Kree lius to and from Depot. I ndividnnl bnth-rubjiis. Liquors, elc.-, Served in Cafe. Cafe open till J2 p.m. lintel Phone 717 Cafe'Phone W. J. STOK.KS, I'n.p.. J. H. LKK, Jlannger. from waiKflfl torough young orch- ards and into the fields of potatoes scattered about tlie late wilderness, t, many oi whom took part Hi the exercises and rendered valuable aid, partv ;U Colone, Pvne4 the tho. amli'lilwc is an faTm the Colonel assured addition, lo Bqiiipmont hns sel out, 370 young aiiple trees, Ihe necessary rendering transporta-j number lo be increased to live him- tton of Injured o'r sick: peiiplo tiv the. drert next spring. hospitals, a tiling mucli neederli-wlieri accidents are so frequent, V IMPORTATIONS OFtEMENT Ottawa, Aug. has been nn increase in cement im- portations since the government iitntl the rebate of over half 'the duty on cement. Statistics aV: hand show that during the month of-July HIP importations increased .hy .nearly nine, hundrrd per crnt. .Tiily IJil, the imports were hundredweight, valued .it Kor -'July of this year ttic figiires jumped lo hundredweiglit, valued at iT.hc June increase was 202 per sn thai Ihe shiiwents from the'Un- jiled .States ale increasing. The order- iin-rauncil remitting tlie duty expires inn October 31. There is a feeling at j Ottawa that the duly will-not he rc- stored, nit hough members of the gnv- eminent carefully retrain from express on of opinion. Acting Mayor Broley of Fernie also added a touch of real oratory to the affair and everything, especially the 1 manv things to e'at, supplied government experimental j lhe hosleBSt. Mn am, .Mr3. A. .1. ..Ioul-a. To peojile who are ac- customed lo eathig vegetables from fin cans or after days of cold storage in transit, the new potatoes, beets and string beans, all fresh from the garden to the kitchen, was a treat long to be remembered and appreciat- ed. The possibilities of the settle-; incut of the lands of the Kootenny More than four thousand young tre-as have been set out in the virgin soil at Baynes this spring and thous- TALCUM POWDER ITS wotdeifiil fineneii. iti Motkrtg, tti refreihinf odor of rows mite RBJI! Row Powder t toilet delifht. 25c. tin, write for free' MMple to the 195 CAMABA. HOMTHIAL. en you lm.y ask for matches ritV HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD; WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF.'STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have sat- isfiefl no ethers The L B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada These stations will, have n capacity of 2000 gallons of wat-rr per miniXc and arc duplicated.'thus lirlnRinc !hc single year's labor, is proof ot th'e capabilities of both -land- and 'tho till- ers'n-f tbe soil, which it 'would 'take and -icr'es to the east of the-present setiifiineiit wliich" "'ill be brought un- der the f'ultivuticn and irrigation as the increase of fiinnigratiou retiuires. Over thirty families are now settled llvere and many moro arc expected next spring. Some of lhe; houses-of 'these eer'3 tire most .creditable in design, ami have all modern comforts. Others are small, but cox.y, mid ill together this new eolony of settlers are most Valley by such people as are to be desirable people who will not. only found transforming tbe Baynes wild-; add to the materiaJ .wealth of tlj-s erness into fniit bearing orchards and gardens was occularly de- mons trilled to the visitors in n way i so striking and convincing that lhe -whole parly returned to Fernie full of optimism as to the future, of the t.rict but lu a social way will be an asset of incalculable benefit to the country. Four thousand young fruit trees taking tbe placa of -the pine ami flr traes so recently rut from tills land I valley. the ndvuniitgea to and hundreds of tons of potatoes and to Fernie by the settlement of so large an agricultural district at her very dcor step. The irrigation plant atnrled two y-sars ago, Ins been tnken over by :L newly organized company and is be- added to by a cornpotont engin- eering staff and an experienced con- tractor used to such work on a largia ficnJe. The extraordinary rain fall of this yfiSF .has rendered unnecessary the Irrigation plant, but. the company are preparing for thfl future and 'the new plant will be ready for use with- in a month. A system of wood slave pipe lines lias been installed and two pumping stations set up to pump water to lilglirv levels (rt tho three thousand acres to be placed under irrigation. other vegetables, all the product of a from the- memories of Baynes Fernlo visitors yesterday. A few oC'iliose" present were Messrs. Ftendfng, Pollcclt. Trltes, H, ;J. .Johnson, Ciimirihi'gs, Kastner, Mnyor Broley, ,Robi3haud, Mfir.Nelll, DiMgon, Thos. Whelan, and Willaco and of Ihe press. Clias. McNali. of 'the Baker' Lumber Co'., and many others of the locality were also iu tli9 party. TWO YEARS FOR RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS Winnipeg. Aug. years hi tbe penitentiary was .Imposed today on E. P. Kemp for receiving property stolen from C. P. R. cars by George Kefyk and Arthur G. McKay, who re- ceived one and three months respect- ively. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 91 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you biiyyonr Wall Papers from the Kevlo Co., if'.s (lie answer. (Samples ami Estimates furnislicd promptly. The Revlo Co. Painters anri Decorators Avenue South ;