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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETTTBRIDGE DAIkY HERALD Wednesday, ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS After it has passed through: our mills and warehouses. It Is sold to you with every guarantee of perfect purity. It is ail that greut bone, body and mind building power that good flour should always possess. Get a sack an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIBGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Many People in Regma It-bringi Good Luck on Bik- ing day of baking> la in Best." "Alberti'i Best" aolutely pure "Albarta'a Beat ia pefectly from any subitanco injurioua to haallh. "Albtrta'a ia It ia known by good cooks evarywhare AaU. your groctr for 'it today, BRUTAL CRIME AGAINST GIRL CHILD TEN YEARS OLD WAS SUB JECTED TO MOST SHOCK ING TREATMENT Perth, Ambor, N7 J, Julv V carrjnng a lantern to light his u ij _3i hn nassed through a coal stor age tunndl at one crd or the Lehigh alley railroad piers last stumbled over the murdered of fe ten jear old girl Man llahda, inaughler of one of the railroad lab- The child had been cnminiHy vcsaulted The attack was a hrutil one, for the body -flas shockingly tmi- dilated The child missed hy her par- ents vesterdaj morning Several girl companions told the police she liad been enticed from them a man Vho ottered htr caVes Alexander tKrontovic was arrested late last night. He was subjected to a grilling examination, but so far as could be icainod he denied all knowledge ol She He niU be arraigned today HvrchitcMC a giant in stature TV as a at the Halida home and dir about same time the little ,pirl was missed. The police '.found, -him onlv after a long search. I White Swan Yeait Cakes most delicious bread you er tasted Confirm this statement r using dt In your neit bread baking L UU1 grocera keep it in ac packages i containfng 6 Samplo sont on U request Swa-n Cer aali. Ivtmited. Toronto. .Ontario. HAPPENINGS AT BOW ISLAND Bow Island. .Tilly Fine rains throughout the entire district. Mr. W.. Vannoy is carrying his arm in a sling as the result of his plow striking a stone Miss Rose Leary and R. Davis, of Lethbridge, spent the week.end with the former's parents Messrs. Button and Smith have se- cured the services of Mr. Dreggy in their tonsorial parlors. Mrs. 3. Bratton returned on Satur- day after an extended visit in the Macieod. district. The .Misses Richardson, of "WJiitla, attended; the ..dance here last even- ing llrs. J. M. Henderson of Lethbridge is if present Minting IH.I mother Mrs T r Ilemleison Our brave soldier boys have ed from theh annual camp at Calgatj and report a first class time. Miss Mma Presl of Windi Range Is visiting friends m town this week A. Sw-ennuuison is taking in the CnlgT" tair Miss Pearl Hurlbut and Mr Stone ittendetl the Medicine Hat celebration on Dominion Day. G R Howden is at present work lug m the Colp hardware store Weather peinutting our band will following programme on Fri- day evening 1 'Way-tip Oalop. 2 "-Alberta, Waltz. Canadian Medlei March t Mystic Gharm Waltz. 5 Overture-Crystal. 6 'Rocked in the Deep Soio 7. Alexander's Rag-Time Band. S June Hoses Serenade B. Noisy Bill; Trombone Charaoter- sdc. Overture' Emerald, (Continued from front FEDERATIQN OF THE UNIVERSITIES REAT IMPERIAL SCHEME SUG- GESTED AT MEETING OF THE CONGRESS London, July t at the ongress ot' Universities of the Em- ire, i'.Professor William Patcrson, 'rincipal and Vice Chancellor o! Mc- ;ill sairt had al ays advocated federation through ducation. Moreover, he believed that lie universities should 'be regarded as no ol the present imperial problems, 'roicssor Frank Allen, Professor ol ;hysics, University of Manitoba, ,rgcd reciprocal recognition oi uni- versity courses as given by the Un- tci States Laundrymen in iiontreal are no longer to be per-mittod to take water in their raoutha and 'then spray it over shirts Union Bank of Canada INCORPORATED 1B05 HEAD OFFICE, QUEBEC Bank's Progress Burim Put Six Years. Cupltal, D.p..iU, T.t.1 Ntt fntUi for Suvincs department wtjiblnhed al all branches Dnrfts, money orders and Utters of credit uMied A geairal baekinj buMneu transacted LETHBR10GE BRANCH G R TINNING, Mamger GRASSY LAKE BRANCH ....AS KINO, Aet'J Manager KOT. ihl Herald bus every confidence that tho record of the people, for generosity will be nobly sustained. Public subscriptions havo been op- ened In Calgary, Edmonton, and at other Alberta points. Will Lethbridge Any subscriptions sout through the Herald will be promptly acknowledged d scut to Jlie -Mayor of HOKIIIH. who has been appointed to receive, such monies and administer Ihem, so that all needy ones will be helped. Clearing Up the Debris Itcgina. July work of clear- ing iiwny the debris of Sunday's dlsas tor is proceeding well. Tho task is gigantic, but hundreds of workmen are engaged on it, and already some semblance of order is being evolved from the chaos caused by Sunday's cvcloue. Good -work is being done, too. in the repairing of the damaged usidences, capable of being made habitable. Over seven hundred car- penters are already at -ivork, and more are coming into the city. That there will be plenty, of work for all may tie assumed from the fact that sixty cents and 'an hour is .being paid, and even ai that figure then are not to be had. Throughout the day, tho C.P.R. have had a large gang at work erecting new freight sheds, operations being continued into the night, mid .the large temporary structure, is now al- most completed. Early this afternoon the report spread that when tire Metropolitan Methodist Chtirch: collapsed; there were some seven or eight people in- side who had sought shelter from the storm. With a crowd of some .three thous- and spectators arcund the ruins at a distance kept bick hi militia a bun dred men started to dig into the ruins. When darkness came work was con- tinued to a late hour'by lamplight, but so far without results. Taking a Census A "committee of citizens ias-been engaged throughout the day making -a canvas of the citizens of _.ie destroyed a view to having an official .record of the peo- ple attested. have been engaged in compiling an es- timate of the damage done, and it is expected tint the tignie will be avail able by tomorrow With these tics to work upon the authorities will be m a better po ition to make ai rangements 'for the necessary finan: cing required for rebuilding It bas been suggested that a special assessment should he levied upon the citizens at large to raise a million dol- lars or more tf necessan tint the ruined district mas Ie ie built 'without delay lumben raw chants and hardware merchants were neier so rushed Carloads ot window glass and other materials haie been ordeied rushed to the cits to eupph the armi of workers with the notes sari materials fOi i construction and repairs 'More Men Needed nnor Thornton who has been in charge of the -work of tearing down old buildings the pioviding ot temporary shelter and the lepair ot more or less damaged houses stated tonight that large as were his gangs of workmen lie ha-d not n-earb en ougn and could use fifteen hundred workmen from othei towns and as the citv is considering the erection of hundieds houses there will be am amount oi work fol all The trades needed mo t are carpenters brick layers electricians nlasterers and tin smiths although th-ere is a dearth of all trades one suggestion now under consider ation is the proposal of Mayor McAra that cits should utilize the propel it possesses west of the city and erect the hundred dwellings at a moderate fisuie which would be av nilable for lental or purchase by work men and others, At a sped-.1 meeting ot the Clti Council a .df line bjlaw was lushed through to m'et the present circum stan-es All permits issued for tern poraiv buildings w thin flic limits will a time limit plarul upon theai and will to be reimned by a certain date to ha fixed Some Incidents Another marvellous canoe incident has come to lish Mr SosMri was behind a rloor In the Film Exchange on the'fourth floor of the Kerr Blcck. when a large section of a canoe crashed through tho window, and smashed to atoms against, the op- posite wall I he craft had been snatched up by the cyclone from the side of the lake. A Cow and a Calf Just behind a house on Albert street (between Fourteenth and Fif- teenth avenues) when, the tornado struck tho city on Sunday afternoon, a barn was lifted clear from the ground and hurled a hundred feet. A cow. who was tho Role Inmate, looked at'licr fast-disappearing home, and then, apparently realizing the serious- ness of everything, turned and disap- peared on the horizon. An hour after she returned, calling for her calf, which, lit the meantime, had taken r" fuge ibehind a couple of demolished houses. Al tho same house a number of chickens were blown a great distance froin the and after. the storm w.ere fount Really delicious Vegetable Soup. You put in the flavor 'Edward's lias made (he stock for you. Make .it ail Onion Soup, Pea Soup, Potato Soup, as you will and use COWARDS as the the the real food part. Ed ward's 'BROWN Soup is a thick', nourishing soup stock prepared of prime beef and --.the .finest vegetables in dry, granular form, ready to boil. EDWARD'S SOUPS save all the trouble of making stock save money save time save no end of disagreeable work in hot, weather. Sc. a package And cheaper still in ijc. and 259. tins. Etriteritf Jtthcttrd ii mnjf in tltrti "rarittiu Brcv.it, Teictle, Whin. Tie BrtKait 'tcritty is a fArVJ, Bavriif.tng louf prcpartd fram kit Ictf 'anj freih )rgiatlti. Trie otktT art fvrtly "rentable aitft, 2000 W. H. ESCOTT CO., WINNIPEG Representative, for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan-and Alberta Extension of City Limits (Continued -from, front Another thing, I think that taking the. new property into the citv lim- its will tend to check speculation in proptrtiLS oulsiik what u> ilreailj subdivided. When the new boundaries arc set forth LeUibndjie will he large enough to accommodate thirty forty thousand population. There will lie no need of any wildcat specula- tion in far out properties, and the city will, be able to protect tho- in- vesting public agains.t this sort of thing. Aid. Ashcroft says: "The value of the subdivisions now lying along llie city boundaries is all derived !rom the fact that they are close to U'thbridgc. Take, those subdivisions >iito the citv anil make .them help to pay their share oi the taxes." C. Kerr. oi Wilkic and Kerr, says "When I was in Calgary a few days one man who owns about fifteen thousand dollars' worth ol Lethbrillge subdivision property, told me he was surprised that.lie had so lew taxes to pay on it. I-don't think any own- ers of subdivision property will pro- test against, the extension oi the ciiy boundaries." ff. G. Ivcs said he hadn't thought the matter over and was therefore tot in a position to express an own- on. Me hoped, however, that the city would he careful'to see to it that when the, boundaries arc fixed in the'new citv charter that they would he properly described so that past mistakes might he avoided in future. What Extension Means When the city's new charter is pass- eil at the next session oi the provin- cial legislature, Lethbridge will have an area within the city limits of 'ourtccn square miles. At the present time the city lias about six and orie- juarter square miles within the Uni- ts. The council's proposal is to add another eight square miles. Ot the subdivisions to he added, our and one half sqiiaa miles w ill be Dog Helped Find Body Oll thc south. anil three and onCThalt On Lome street south a small white ou Ulc nolth felcatlv in cieate the ilislantt. fiom the noith to Fo.x terrier 'was noticed yesterday ternoon scratching ami at some de brls Efforts weie in van, to "ut mil make very llltlo urn awai each mie he was called "1C flora east he merely looked .around and then vvcbt ttr cil) capnot extend ;ontinued-his task of scratching, whin ing softly the meantime. Another Bird Story Tlie ,cyclope Sunday afternoon that- brought horror and disaster plai cd manj queer pranks At a home on Stafford Village the nen McQueen Cornwall street a dickj bird was the mdustrul site left in Us cage on the verandah bc on tho noltll aliv further west on account of the rner thc extension to thc noith and south is necessari Most of the impouant wiil he included in the new citv plan. the famiH to get a little relief from the intense heat, went for a spin" in their car. They returned just as the rain 'was -beginning, to fall, and in the excitement'.of seeking refuge for Just as the ay .the kind- selves, forgot the bird. storm was well under the south of the ciU limits will ha included as inr as the south suit of Grand View. Some of the new sub- divisions on the south will he Morn- ingstdc, Fast: Lvman laic Sil- ver Ruer Heights Boulc vard Heights, Grand View, Parkdalc; and intervening properties It is estimated that by including niture of all description came crash I about thc oib assessment will through the windows bringing I cicase lo at, least hearted mistress of the household re- membered the 'bird and went out to rescue it. She found that its -tail hud wreck in its tracks. When the worst only she re ahze h-er great reison for thankful ness over the safety of .her family, ev- en if the bird must go without a. tail SAVED FROM AN OPERATION How Mrs. Reed of DL, Escaped The Sur- geon's Knife. Jompound bas forme. Fortwoyears I suffered The doc tor said I had a tumor and the only remedy 'was the surgeon's' knife My mother bought me Lydia E Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound, and today I >m it well ind healthy-woman For months I suffered Some questions ate being asked as to whether thc population oi Leth bridge warrants the taking in ol 11 esc new properties Most people believe that the scheme is a good one, but Ue tollowing figures show thc plan in a different light Not long agq one oi the eastern financial journals marie an investigation and iound that in twelve eastern cities the popula- tion pet square mile within thc citj limits was 1764 ttith sk square jmiles within thc city limits at pres- ent Lethbridge should haic a popula Ition of 10584 to be on the same basis .is cistern cities It is gencrallj con- ceded howeier that the citj's popu tion is now close to so that, bridge as at present in the chartet, is nelow tlic m size Ibr its population. But as western cities require more senate mileage because of their more rapid youth and tire consequently greater expenditure to. meet, the de- mands for ix'jnicipal improvements, it'is a rule that they incluiie within their limits almost twice as much property as in eastern of the sane Mould In adding eight and your Swmtive I glad to tell "iiles to the present ,ue oi I cthbndgc docs not appear inyone what your medicines have done for me You can use my testimonial m any way you wish, and I will be glad to answer letters Mrs REED, 105 Mound St., Peona, 111 Hn. Lynch Also Avoided Operation, Jessup, Pa the birth of mj fourth child, I had severe organic inflam- mation. J would have such terrible pains that it did not seem as though I could stand it This kept up for three long months, until two doctors decxkd that an operation was needed Then one of my friends recommended E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and after taking it for two months I was a well woman.''-Mra. JOSEPH A. LYNCH, Jessup, Pa Women who suffer from female ills should try t.ydia E Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound, one of the most success- ful remedies thc world has ever known, before submitting ia i surgical opera- te Ie oiersteppisg tbc maik These figures were given thc Her- morning by a gentleman who is well versed in municipal affairs ami who has made a caieful study of He growth of cities both in thc east and the west. QU'APPELLE HIT BY STORM Qu'Appelle, Sask. July town was visited'by the -worst hall and wind storm it has ever experienc- ed this afternoon about 4 p.m. Whije of short duration, most of the win- dows on the west 'and south sides are demolished. Caswell'g hardware store, the Anglican the school portion of Hie largo bam being erect ed by Stewart and Acres w-ns. demol- ished. Hall stones fell of great size, and were found after the storm. Our New Perfection Is pleasing many women. It enables the housewife to broil as well on the New Perfection Stove as over a coal fire. ft uses all the heat. Am! >re lamliai'vnih the It cook, evenly JVefcr 6rotli DOM sides at once. It doesn't smoke. Oil stove It t convenience .nil llie round. It will bike, broil, rotrt tout juit well as regular coal iioge. Aik to the Perfection Stove ywr !t it hinjwmelr finteWJ m BwWI. w4b cabinet top, drop Wielvw. lawel etc. It ta ml er e iry bcve Cook-Boot >U> to 5 ccnli to cover iuilinf cod, THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, .Limited POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If'you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo the aniwtr. SAMPLES 'AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenue South ALABAMA MAN WHOSE WITHDRAWAL CAUSED WILSON'S NOMINATION OSCAR .UNDERWOOD SAMUEL NORDHEIMER DEAD Toronto.- July a lingering Iness; -Mr. Samuel' Nordheinreiy presi- dent, ot Nordbeimer Piano and Music Company I mited and German Consul died at his residence Glen '176 Davenport road, MAY-HE HAVE MANY MORE OF THEM Vancouver. July '.Charles Tupper horn July 2 1821 is todaj celebrating his list The aged statesman is the .last, surviving father of Confederation. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills exactly meet the need which to often antes ia every family for a. medicine to open up and regulate the bowels Not only are they effective in all cases of Constipation but help greatly in breaking up a Cold or La by cleaning out the lystem and purifying the blood In the same nay they relieve or cure Biho isness, Indigestion Sick Headaches Rheum- atism and other common ailments. In the fullest: sense of the wordi Dr. Morae'i Indian Hoot Pills are ,47 A When you buy matches ask for THEY HAVE A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, WITH SILENT TIP. WILL NEVER EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have, SAt- .since acceyi no .others 6. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada ;