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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnBRlDGE DAIJLY HEKALD m FIRS RV 1 1 INAUGURAIED ST Gommendable Move Which Should Have Most Beneficial Effects ' In order to lessen tiic number of pfrulcv.ts ajKi i(> -.Y.iUuie tlio Jcej of l!fo RT?rt proiwrfy. a niov S m HAS Was'Victim of Creeping Par-_a]ysis-Stolen Raymond Horses Located in Kalispel Raymond, Feb. 14.-Archibald Otis Terry, formerly of Cardston and Raymond, but late of Provo. Utah, passed away,pn February 4tb, 1913, of creeping piralysts, after an illness of five years' duration. The people of Raymond will doubtless remember that Mr. Terry was one of the company who left this district for the sunshine ot Vina, California, where everything .looked like peace and prosperity, and for a little season went that way. However, a change came, and with it iickneas and destruction. Mr. Terry was numbered among the unfortunate on^Ss and contracted malaria, which soon made an invalid of the once strong and healthy man. Later Mr. Terry re^ turned to Raymond and was a pitiful sight to behold, as he made his way about on crutches and at times losing entire control of his body, would fall headlong: to . the ground. Mr. Terry later sought relief in the south coun-try, where the climate was considered more favorable 4.0 his physical condition. -He engaged in the fruit busi-nerig but'has been a constant sufferer during the past five years, and as stated above died in his early manhood, a victim of this terrible disease. There were others of the same party V/ho'wertt tpfthat new district whose stay on epipttiy/aa shortened by the . sarae:disease.; : ^io''5!a^itly,aoffJ?fid..-af,tw?ijS'.^^ * .wife'and four 1 Here is a factory where none but high-quality goods are produced Here are men trained in the skillful blending and scientific pre paration of Cocoa and Chocolate. Not a bag of inferior Cocoa Beans enters the doors. Only the most modern chocolater making machinery is used. Nowhere, not even in the older European countries where cocoa^ha^' bee^^seid for dentufies, will a morb efficient;. plant *^e found. Everything is mode%f everything is calculated to make t^e very finest grade of chocolate that can be produced V and everything a is cl^an, spotlessly clean. PEM^ECnON AT YOUR GROCER'S '^^^ The COWAN COMPANY, Limited, TORONTO, Ont children, to mourn his loss. IMrs. Terry was the daughter of the late tl. P. Anderson of Raymond. � James F. Gordon has been engaged by. Dominion Surveyor R. J. Gordon of Lethibridge as- one of his crew and passed through Raymond on yesterday's train for Spring, Coulee, where he begins operations in his' new calling. A. Cazler of Cardston is a visitor in town on a visit to his daughters. Misses ."vlaydell and Lila. the former a member of the Knight Academy faculty, and the latter a third yoai' student. � George T. Wrlde, the .secretary-treasurer of the town and the, busiest man in the south country, returned from Utah on .Monday's train, where Mr. Wrlde found his father much improved. Clinton, son of George 'T. Wride, relumed also, and reports having had a good time but seems to think that the prairie country is good enough tor him. Those lost h?rseB hav� b^n found '/A but not in Alberta, w.hich is sufficient evidence that some one took them out of Card's stable and rode them into Montana. It will be I'emembered that these houses Vfere securely tied in tlie stable and after .the sliow they were missing and no trace was -found ot them until located at Kallspell, Montana. One of the cowboys has gone to bring the horses back to Mr. knight's ranch. " Mrs. Mark Y. Croxall'was a visitor to Stirling on Thursday, returning on the evening train, accompanied .by Miss Clark of that place.. ' O. H. Snow was a'business visitor to Lethbridg'O on Wednesday. , Mrs. H. S. Allen waa a visitor to Magrath on Wiednesday, returning on Thursday's tralnj � ; George H. Budd spent Thursday in, Lethbrldge. John Powelson, of Raymond, leaves soon for the east'in -a search for dairy cattle, having arranged . with, a number of farmers to take part of the car load he >yHl bring back ,'VYHh, him. Raymond is^sure golng'i in foi';! dairy cattle antf'^tBerA Is "no doiib't about It being a wise move. Got busy, Mr.'Farmer, and follow tb.B example set in this regard. Dairy cows and hogs are tlie best mortgage lift-era, and most of us need one or more. We .learn that Mark Y. Croxall has been selected as captain of the squadron, and the militia department did well In making this selection, Mr. Croxall is a natural military man and loves the work, hence will make a .succeiss of it. It w.ill not take, long for Raymond to make a showiug along these lines under so able a leader. As soon as a sulTlclent number can be enlisted to take the course at Plncher Cr^ek, Mr. Croxall will leave for that place. Look up and take notice i^or Raymond is coming and her colors will-fly wherever tbc "bugle 'shall sound. . Visitors at Hotel Card-Cuay Marshal^. Hong Kong; A. B. Carter, Winnipeg; H. Strong, (bethbridge; H. H.' Cooper, Winnipeg; W. A. Watt, Re-giua; B. L. 'Oook, L,. F. Robinson, G. .Tames, "and J.W. Anton, all, of Calgary. ., Th� OddfelloWUeid an'rnvltAtlOh' dance Thursday night which was well attended by members of the order and their friends. Among those present f]-om .Mammoth were Iji" A. Nelson and wife. .lames Costley and wife, 0eLos Lund and wife, p.3dwafd Kesler and wife. Alfred Morris- and wife. EO lOLED BOM WIIH BULLETS Vornon, .Tes, Fob. I'l:-;TaitIng of testimony began today in the trial of J. B; Snead, charged with the murder of Al. G. Boyoe, ,'Jr., v/ho eloped to Winnipeg, Can., with Mrs. Snei^d more than a year ago. Snead, dlggulsodaa a laborer, shot Boyse to death in Am-arJUo, last September. Dr. A. F^. Lumpkin, of AmarlMo, the first i wifnesSi- said, be fcundi seventeen bullet -wound's on Boyce's right �'ijl(ie" Wter'-'tii'o-'SKOTlns. NEW ZEALAN ' PAi IS n 3 Loniloii, Feb.., 14,-r;Do^ptte -tlie. gingerly attitude of jtli^ money market just now fojyards'Joan's of/overseas' dominions,j:New ''Zeal.ttJj'd - comes tor-ward today askliig ,fov;tbV'8^\'miliion� sterling. The Issue'Us: made,mVro palatable by some littlfe ooncesslonsy tUo price being 93, and 'sn early payment ot Interest, th'e latter worjtlng out at 4% per cent. Thl's'is' generous for a government inscribed, stgok, but the exceptional times - through, .whlpb' wo. are passing are ;iB^tlrely-'reapDnsiblo,^ and It would not have -been surprising if the loan had "boon postponed altogether. Ths ^Michigan 'Central iltiilway � been blamed for^ thc two fatal'accidents last week at sWinUsoi^' fiy' th^e ccione.'-o' JarlcSf". '^'i' ^  w ?39911 ;