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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta :n TJw LeUibridge Daily Herald. Monday, July A Storekeeper Says: A Wy into ray ttore lately and Mid i Ml fcifm jr I want' one now for my summer home, thete oil itovei are wonderful. If only comfort they would all one. about my to A lot bl my friends, and they were aitcn- khed. Thcyvtbought that there and amoke from an oil atovt, and that it heated a room just like any other 1 told them of my experience, and 'after another they got one, and aow. not one of them, would five hen for five times its cost.'" The iady who said this had thought :iii oil stove was all right for quickly- heating milk for a baby, or boiling a kettle of or to make coffee quickly in the morning, but she never vvrcuncd. of using it for difficult. Of cooking. knows. Do ywi what a Ntw Perfection Oil you carry, no coninc totlw dinner table to tired oat that you cant eat. JMt immttf iately tikt htttfrm. an intwAM wwU bottom of pot, or Bvt room itnt There no Btnohv, no hMt, no drudcwy.Ui tlw tttcbca theee ie I tfaiak WHITLAW1LLBE NEXT NEW TOWN Medicine Hat, Julr L. Hel- gerson, of the Helgerson Land Com- pany, Lethbridge, was in the city last week for a. few days on business for his firm and stated to the. Her- ald correspondent that the new town- site of Whitla about thirty miles south of this city would "be placed on the market for the first time this Mr. Helgerson is the owner of th'e tpwnsite and is confident that the new town has a good future ahead of -it. It in thft dis- trict mostly occupied by American farmers this summer; Oil Cock stove It nas a Cabinet Top with s shelf for keeping plates and food hot. finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes stove omamsotsi and tttractrre. Made with l, 3 burners; the i sod burner Mow tasi be had with or without Cabinet. If not writefor Circular LAND ENTRIES AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, July report of the Dominion Land Office, ior the month of June just closed, shows a total of 836 entries, made up as Jol- Are You The Imperial Ofl Company, Umlletf. Homesteads, 46% pre-emp- tions, 318 purchased homesteads, 20; S. A. Scrip 30, and -half-breed scrip 6. The total number of acres thus tak- That tlie kind of furniture you need to improve, and make your home more comfortable is j list the kind of furniture we are handling? We are kept busy on repeat orders, which is the best evidence to us that oar _ lines are plea-sins: the public. VX JU Careful and Prompt attention to all orders entrusted to us. The Standard Furniture Co. Home Furnishers 324 Crtbb Street 483 Joe ilartih Is so persuaded that no i ministerial crisis is imminent, here, that he ftas arranged to sail for ada next week, coast Rev. Dr, Aic-x Sutherland, mission- ary secretary of, the in Canada, diedjlast aged Mrs. Muriel. Leet Thompson, elder daughter of Premier Whitney- of On- tario died last Friday. Roy S. 'Rennals died June 24, home 22 miles east of 'Nan- The Ontario police are seeMng- a foreigner named Eli who. it is the light j en up was or aboat-a town-' -ton, in the. lower Thigh' death- half. ;The figures as -com_ feeing caused from tuberculosis. -Mr vith the months something about the fire at jshow a little falling. o5.. as is .natur- ;oirig through to the View in which twelve men per- ,'al with the coming of the ished. J months. summer Rennals was 36 years of age .and leaves a. wife and" six -children. Rennals came years ago. from Dakota .-Mr. four FOR HOMESTEADERS Telegraphic Briefs Unable to eight-year-old Robt. Chambers ;was drowned at Walsing- ham Centre "while -bathing. Heart-failure caused the drowning at Langton of; nineteen-year-old Win. Foster, .who was a good swimmer., "ner in the dark for a burglar, Charles Davis., colored, shot and Wiled his wife 'at Saskatoon. Joseph Beasley was sentenced to two years in. the' Central Prison, for passing .bogus Dr. R. G. Brett, of Banff not en- joying good; health at-present. He is suffering -from, neuritis and has-been ordered to_giv% for several no means a total failure, still, work montlls-- Dr- Brett leaves-'this week, for Chicago and-will afterwards1 go pecially by homesteaders 'who have Pacific C0ast- 7he 'wedding toot place' at Medi- cine Hat of Theodore Torgerson and inger Nelthc- -Kaste, iboth of Seven Persons. R. Smillie of Reginp. has -been ap-" pointed science master of ?.ae Xelson high schooL -John D. Landers, well known all through the west aa a pioneer rail- man, died at Hot Springs, Ark. The Italian Chamoer unexpectedly about for balloons for the army. Lead is today the all absorb- ing topic of conversation. When two or' more men get together they immediately commence to talk about the money a friend of theirs made out of leacL, Tou have this chance .right now, why not take advantage of it? Every day lead is becoming more scarce and the price is steadily increasing and will soon be above the reach of the man with small means. In these clays of strenuous competition, no man can hope to" become rich through the savings of a lifetime of labor, or from the revenue derived from a small bus- iness, all the men of wealth today having amassed their fortunes through the development of nat- Here. then, is the" one good investment, worth a labor. The Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines. Limited, Persona] a gigantic Corpora- tion, control huge deposits of rich Silver Lead Ore, In the six claims, including the famous Highland Mine, own- ed and operated by this Company, ,1" i-i _ inaitowners have spent huge sums of money in and mining equipment and as a.result the Kootenav Silver-Lead Mines. Limited, control a vast amount of rich Silver Lead ore and one of the. most up-to-date mills and ecoii- nomically equipped mines in the country-. This year the Company pro- pose to spend another huge j amount in further 'development for the i'ar seeing investor and wise shareholder. The original block of 25c shares are almost fully sub- there is every indica- tion that .the-last share -will betak- en up bef the ;end of the week. Just as soon as the last 25c share is sold the price.will ad- vance to 50c. ion That Government And Railways Start Wort -H. A.-Driggsj of was in the city on Saturday says that while there has around Grassy Lake, Burdett aid. Bow Island than immediately- around and the crop there "by no means a total failure, still, T is badly needed by the farmers, pecially by homesteaders :who come in. within the last-year, and con- sequently are not so. well fixed as those who have been here longer and taken off one or two tumper crops. Feed is short on" the range, and hay is going to be high-priced and all .the farmers have teams which they can- not, afford' to' keep idle. As the ground is too dry for breaking, Mr. Driggs suggests that; if the provin- cial government has any-public works, road making, bridge building and so projected, now would be the best time to do it. He. thinks also j "The United .States congress ses- than an effort should "be made to which, has just closed made ap- duce the C.P.R. to go ahead with the i propriatioas totalling Let-hbri'dge-Weybuni branch. If the j Guillemene. a French aviator at Bu- railroad's plans for the road' are far j charest fell 500 feet. He fell into a enough_advanced to take that step, lake.and escaped winh a broken leg. tte- road could be built much cheaper Richard R stack, an American an: thw year; could any. other, for lionaire, is go from.Mont- both teams and .labor, ?Sn be.inore real to St to face a charge of easily, and. more cheaply obtained. Ubducting his own son, 'but- he won't dirigible then is an opportunity to double vour money within the mine equipment; thirty days. capacity of the mill will, lie doub- led. thereby making it possFDle to turn, put and ship a larger'quan- tity of ore per day. rer :bef ore in the histofy of mining investments Jia-s stock been taken up so rapidly as in the Kootenav Silver Lead Mines, state where the boy is hidden." Edward Fraser, a non-union sailor, was found on, the Buffalo docks with an 'ear slashed off, Tiis thigih" -terrfbly gashed, and a, printed placard on his .forehead reading, "Don't-be a strike- More than. 1000 chiitiren of parents PINCHER CREEK This Trill certainly mean something to the shareholder. The famous Highland Mine Limited. one of the six claims operated by There surely must he some reason for this, and that reason is not very hard to see. If you desire to obtain l JU.J. V 1.L !J LCCJ-JLI. ll the Company, in one year .shipped fWock 30Q Qr shares_ do a greater quantity of lead ore than biit- j i 1.0 i U J.i L i. AC COt' lifetime lead mine in Canada; in VOM applicatioll IT 1- Si rt l< i rt I-i I J- L there is literally a lead movmuJ oped wealth. mountain of undo It received from the British Gov-i erniTient bounties to the amount right of and there is n- Eemember! this Is not a pro's- dication that these figures will be m ore th an doubled thi s year. the remaining five claims are further developed they will be capable of each turning out as much ore as the Highland Mine itself, if not more. North of the Belly river, the big undertaking of the McGregor irriga- tion scheme 'has been providing .a lot of work right at their doors to home- steaders requiring it, but south of the river there is nothing of this nature going on. Mr.-Driggs thinks also that the Dominion Lands Department should j in- quest of age certificates in order this year allow people a longer "time that may .foe put to off their homesteads. ,TCere. turned "away from the -board of education rooms in Chicago, and told to report next week. There 'were 220 certificates the day. At Dominion City, while running :back to -catch a tall thrown" to him, j 5eo. Messenger fell over a truck and ibroke his, windpipe. He died hours later. Andy Rose was arrested at Wels- fordt N. B.. on suspicion-of shooting Diego Stra-cusa, who is said to be dying. The trouble is said to -have 'been over a girl. J. A. J. a former, resi- dent of Westminster Bounty, Ont., was killed 'by lightning at Rouleau. Sask., and the body was taken to Guelph for Rev. -E. L. Pidgeon, of Rnox church, St. Thomas, may become associate pastor with Rev. C. W. Gordon (Ralph i Aitnr AKUUiMllJ 1- There arc over feet of workings already es- Tho is sitnatod on jtnblished. exposing tons of the Tvootonny Lake miles from Nelson, in rlio famous Ainsworth The ore From this property Is Mining district and comprises ap-! worth, inclusive of Government proxhnately 280 acres. por ton; from these The claims are not. mere pros- figinYs yon cnn very easily poets, but 'actual nro out 'h- tremendous amount AXD PAYIXO propositions. jthis <-c act the Company. For the last to vears the t ho irroat possibilities iii store, Stock may be purchased ni Mocks .of not less thaji 100 shared. On an all Cash ba-sl? with ap- plication, certificate be is- sued immediately. If on terms, remit loc per siinrf: cash with, application, the remainder in two equal monthly payments. Bear in mind that these shar- es are non-assessable and that the Company is a "Limited Liability Corporation. Direct your .application to and make your cheques and drafts payable to the% order of. D. G-. for the Pincher Creek, July report published :oi an Edmonton journal to the eHect that Premier Siiton. had declined to give the matter of guar- anteeing the bonds of the railway proposition here 'consideration, has aroused a rather strong feeling of; in- dignation which does not.appear to "be confined to.' parcyism. Some of the more cool-headed express no great the alleged statement of. the premier after the trouble experi- enced by the former cabinet over the A. G-. w. deal. Dr. Warnock'has jlet't town, it- is. said, for Edmonton, 'and it is also stated that Hons. Mit- chell and Buchanan have also cone to the capital to give their views bear- ing on the railway 'project here. Un- til a more definite understanding of the matter is given out the people of this district, in a general sense, are withholding expressions of'opinion. Winnipeg. Stephen's church, of Eraser, Trustee ompany. The Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines LIMITED (Non Personal Liability) 319, Loo Building, Vancouver, B.C. CANADA WAS SECOND IN EMPIRE. Bisley Camp, July three ranges for Empire -match, open to the British Empire, were shot off when Great Britain secured an easy victory: Canada toeing second and Australia third. Singnapore and la- dia also shot. A heavy rain was em- barrassing to the Colonial marksmen at the nine and ten hundred yard ranges. FRESH Sarah McNainy, the five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Nainy, homesteaders, was instantly killed on Friday last by being run over by a freight train in the yards at Bas- sano. Bassano is to .be a freight'divisional point The C. P. R. is'erecting a -two stall round 'house and an engineers' ibunk house there. The Anglicans are considering the erection of a church BAKED FRESK EVERY DAY. The piles of bread we dispose of would be amazing if. it were not for the character of the bread. THOSE WHO EAT OUR BREAD do not have to bo told of its good- ness and the xywnber is growing every day. The longer you keep from trying a loaf the more you are missing a perfect bread treat. City Bakery FordSt Fiic Kail Phone US! THE GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE IN LETHBRIDGE During the next few weeks I will giye a coupon with every Cash Pur- chase of One Dol- lar which will en- title the purchaser to make a draw. on the folio wing prizes IstrPrize. Famous EoundOak '.Range, yalue S72.00 2nd Prize, .Cook- ing Utensils, Value 3rd Prize, Cooking- Utensils, value The first prize is now on exhibition in my window and the second and third prizes can be chosen from the stock. 'When you com- pare prices and qual ity of my hardware you will agree with me that this is the most generous of- fer ever made in Lethbridge. A large assortment of high grade stoves ranges, enaraelware tinware, and other hardware has just- been placed in stock Come in and com- pare our prices on' Washing Machines. "Wash and Brooms, and other woo den ware. Plumbing and tin- smithing a special- ty- Westminster Road, 0, C. dander's HARDWARE STORE ;