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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HEhALD TUESDAY. JULY t, 191fi News of the District PURPLE SPRINGS (Prom the Grassy Gazette) Mr. ami Mrs. Drace Amlersoii left for ft visit to Albert Ross arrived from New York oil Saturday to visit Ills sister, Mrs. Muma. BOW ISLAND tl-'roin (he Review) Hert 1'ollitt brought a sample of spring rye into town on Mundiiy that was srowu IIIKJII his farm north of Bow lalnnd. It mtMiKures fifty-four Inches iln length, and was sown April Sill Mrs. Drace Anderson has received He about three acres of it, and word that her brother. Jack Lee, is with the Mounted Rifles, has been 'after cutting the present growth tins .Mrs. G. A. Thompson, who has been visiting; her former home here, re- turned to Woodstock. Out.. Wednes- day. Mrs. John KInnlbnrgh. her sis- ter-in-law, also left on Wednesday for her home in Great Falls, .Mont. GRASSY LAKE iKram the Gazelle) Mmmi is building hospital j week, he expects it to furnish him with another good crop later on. Oddfellows of and Bow Island instituted a new at fore- most on Tuesday night. Bow Island put on the initiatory, Wlnnifred the first and second degrees, and u com- bined team of the two lodges put on tiie third. The officers of the new lodee are as follows: S. X. Prankish, X.G.; J. M. Hillls, V.G.; Xeil Gillis. secretary; J. G. Kobertsou, treasurer. The Deputy Grand Master of Alberta CLARESHOLM (From (lie Advurtiscr) Mr. Diirney, wlio has been stationed j at Atdorsyde us P. H. 'station agent Is back to-Claresliolm ottioe. agutu, as night operator. Miss Porter received word from her brother that >ie had been wuund- ed in the trenches. Tlu> wound was in the lei; but not very serious. When a stretcher was carrying him away, a German sniper tired at him and hit him in the shoulder. He writes, hinvever, that lie is recovering rapidly. The Queen's hotel will be conduct- ed on the European plan after July 1st. Good meals and first class ac- j comniodation will be the policy of the, hotel. The dining room will be run independent of the hotel. Dr. Tupuer has recently been up- j pointed medical officer for the Blood J a drug store in connection. j R. A. Parker of Winnifred, was pres- Miss E. Bnmfidale, of Burdette. has eut al In6 prnreedings and gave a accepted a position as stenographer address miring the in the local Vnion Bank. j. Mtisselnian of Grassy Lake, pur- Jobn Patterson and ramily are inov- j closed a Chevrolet and J. Still and juf into the residence lately occupied Rowe. of Burdett each itought L from Wilmot and Indian Reserve. With Iti-s family left tor Miicleod last week. he 1 this HIGH RIVER i From tiie Times) Tnless the Department of Public Works at Kdwonlon take radical steps to protect the river banks near CLARKE'S STOCK-ADJUSTMENT SALE CONTINUES EVERY DAY THIS WEEK Featuring Exceptional Savings on All Summer Goods by the .lames-Davies family. 'ilrs. E. .1 Jnmes-Davies ana family Henderson. I "1L> Keith Nelson farm and tile Rear- liave moved lo l.ethbriiUe "here theyi Married on Wednesdav June 21st. don farm, there ie a strong likelihood make their home. at Si. Barnabas church. Medicine Hat, that Higlm-ood River will divi-rt its J .Mrs. Steele and daughter, of To- ronto, are in town and we hear that thev are aboui to open a restaurant In the .1. F. Franks building. Mr. Waller Qually and Miss Lillian I ]tBd Holmbery, both from Lucky Strike j nuui district, were united in marriage in j n at Si. Barnabas church. Medicine Hat, that Hi.chwood River Miss .losaphine Umnne to Ole course, and cut both of Bow Island. south and east of the present river The Revision Court which in the council chamber on Tuesday bed. The report is current that .1. EV i for its consideration a larger! Hot. of east of Ulackie. who is ai er of than usual, and this nephew of the late J. .1- Hill, the great ithstanding- the reduction which railroad builder and masnaie. f uiiiiru MI ma in noi LUC t mvn j Wednesday. June 21st.! had been effected in the assessments partleiuaie ill the fortune accumulated They visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Layman] Most of the appeals were entered by j by Mr. Hill, who died intestate, en route. Mrs. Layman Is a sister of j MJSS E. Baker and C. Hoaglin. the' respective townsite. owners, the for- mer being represented by Geo. H. Ridge.dale." On all nropeity own- ed these parties the assessment was confirmed, it being shown that similarly situated property on the assessment roll bad been assessed for like amounts, or in equal pro- All the special items mentioned on the yellow circular, delivered at your door last week re- main on sale this week or just as long as quantities last. Make Early Selections for Best Choice CLARKE CO the srooni. Mr. ami Mrs. Qually will; make iheir future home at Strike, BURDETT I (From the Grassy Lake Gazette John SliM bought a new -Maxwell j In Bow Island last week. The youngest daughter of Mr. and Frank Mi-own, rancher from the foot hills, was in town this week, and he says that from reports received from j Indians and others who have been! through the mountain valleys, that j there was snow to a depth ot" _o feet in some places, and that we were, sure to have bad floods. A recent communication from the j 1USSIA.X SUCCESSES CONTINUE portion, and no appeals having been-Deputy .Minister of Telej'hones states! taken and the assessment appearing i that there will'be iso telenhuiie con-; Roy Campbell injured her arm j die appeals were j straction whatever in the Province j while playing last week. Dr. i terson, of Bow Island, was called.and j dismissed. Souibdrd r later the Httle girl was taken to Leth- j two bjock F. Wens appeared for j during this year, respect to lots one i Tiie late CyrLJ Nelson, wlio tne assessment killed on Jmie I'th in Belgium, was: where her arm was put under j upon waicn_ Was declared, was too well known and highly respected in j the X-ray. hish. This property is situated on j High River and particularly Clarence Bnmsdale pulled a sum- tne corner Of Main street and Bow j in the vicinity of Rranu where he j pie of spring wheat Monday o.'i inches: avenue and is assessed at the same 1 from stool to end of blades. This j valuation us the other corners. There is growing on summer-fallow. I was no protest from the other own- Saturday evening Mr. and .Mrs. S. ers [He appeal of A. Southard T. Elford entertained some 40 guest in honor of their son and bride, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Elford. The1 nient was in the form of a shower for the young couple and many handsome and useful gifts were presented them. The guests spent the early pan oi the evening playing tennis and other outdoor games. Dainty refreshments were- served at an early hour after the guests departed for home. jj_ therefore, disallowed. homsteaded. and afterwards engaged in business. For a number of years while still engaged iu farming near Brant, he was in partnership with Jack Thompson, the business btinr-i carried on in the firm name of Thomp- son Nelson. Afterward, lie he- came manager of the Brant store. At J i the time of the outbreak of the war was reported in the casually list pub- lished recently as "killed.'1 VULCAN (From the Advocate I lie was residing in High River, Harry Mould's name appears among gaged in the business of insurance j e 'wounded" in The lists of June j ahd general brokerage. i 27th. As to how serious his injuries: pie. George Alien, former account- i are not known. He joined the 31st j ant of the Bank of Commerce here, i battalion and went to the front with. the second Canadian contingent, and has seen active service for about one year, A few months ago lie had a inishap and was sent to the hospital action at the front, editor of the- a few miles south of Vnl- measured Sunday iSth twenty inches high. On the fol- low Sunday measured th-irty camera. Albert E. of the Mounted Rifles, was reported as ing iu a recent casualty list. Mr. iiams was employed at the West mine here for several years, j Two years ago be taught one of the RAYMOND the Leader; r Die Jensen the victim of a a sprained knee, bin that was not distressing accident last Saturday j serious and he rejoined his regiment night He was thrown violently about, a uionih after his mishap, from the buggy he was riding- in, re-i Cyril Nelson ot Brant, who joined celying several painful bruises. He j 12tli Mounted, has been .tilled m Js how recovering nicely. .Grant Young, formerly Leader, is now Corporal Young, of the Tjtah National Guard. Just as soon as. President Wilson through Governor Spry called for volunteers to fill the i inches, showing growth of ten inches gaps of the at ah battalions, in a week. ingi offices being in Salt Lake, Odgen, Last Friday the district to the north and'other Utah cities. Among the and in the Buffalo Hills there, was a first to respond to'the call was Grant I hailstorm which slid some little dam- Toting. He passed the medical offi- j age. The district east also exper- fp-H a hurry and soon was in uni- j ienced a storm. form. He immediately took the rank! considerable damage to isolated Of corporal. i spots the storm on the whole did not Mr. Lloyd has just received word j do much damage. that Pte. Herbert Foley of Magrath j Mr. E. G. McPherson has a tine was reported as wounded in our 1 show of, alfalfa and clover on his last issue, has been removed from the, place. Th8 former stands about 30 continent, to England. His left leg j inches high and is almost ready for; years and nine months, daughter of -was'amputated above the knee at the i cutting, fend the clover stands 22 tjir. and Mrs. Walter Buncombe, pass- base hospital. inches high, led away on Saturday, June '14. The Leland Card, the 12-year-old son On Monday morning, four miles this j little girl had the whooping cough of 3Jr.- and Mrs.' George Card died side of Barons, 'Roy Ferguson met i which was followed by last'-Saturday at the family residence j with an accident while driving his causing her death. TMth shocking suddenness. He wafi car lo Vulcan. His passengers were j The Church of England congrega- seized with convulsions, the j Oscar Clausen, Jack Clausen -tiiduious of Taber. Lethbridge and Mac- Henry Hussfeldt. The car turned a j leod will hold their annual picnic to complete comersault owing to the; Brocket next month, probably on the steering gear going wrong. Jack 19th. ELECTRIC LIGHTING TABER (From the Times.) Moe Johnston's departure from Ta- ber is much regretted. He is going j to Lethbridge as mine inspector. Be- fore leaving" there was a big assemb-j German attacks in the Courland district and their violent opposi- lage of his friends when he was pres-i have staved the Russian advance north of the Dniester. On ented with a gold watch, a and i the southern wing the RUSSJRIHJ are still moving, and are within 15 miles I of the Dorna Vatra.Pass. three years and joined the 12th Mounted Rifles, His home was in Ire- i u. A-. Rowley has been appointed nigbi r-lasses held by the Taber school m Division No. 5 of hoard, ithe rurarmunic'fpaiitv of Little Bow. AH Iowa land seeker, after visiting j M, Churchm, of formerly Although there was the farm of Michael Milhgan, one and; her at Ridgewar school is visit- a half miles N. of Purple at {he nome of' Mr and Mrs> G, the other day, made an offer ot M.OOO H tnjs week. She leaves to- for the property and also offered to da for (2) Avoll-halanced nourishment. That food is Grape-Nuts (Made in It fulfills its office admirably, for it is made of .-whole wheat and malted barley, with all their 'splendid nutrition, including the Mtal mineral sails, which are lacking in much the fend of tho usua.1 dietary. In thousands of homos Grape-Xuts forms part of the daily ration with both young and old. "There's a Reason" Canadian. Foatum Cereal Co., Windsor, Out. Messrs. Dase Bros, sold to T. G. Bates this week 33 hogs for which they received the sum of J840 cash. Leonard Leroy Schultx, little son of Councillor and Mrs. Schnltz, died yesterday afternoon at the age of one year and It months. The cause of deatli was pneumonia. Geo. E. Swing, manager or tne iocal branch of the Bank of Commerce, re- turned on Sunday morning after a three weeks' vacation spent at his old home in Richmond, Que. Mr. Sw- ing states that Southern Alberta pros-! poets lock better than in any part of j the country that he passed through on his way home. Although the sea sou here is a little later than usual.] it is a little ahead of anything he j saw on the trip. Crops in the Taber district are we., advanced. The weather 1ms been of j the hest, being showery. Wheat IF all i up and practically all in boot. There j are many fine fields of wheat through j the district. In fact, there are so j many fine fields that it is impoisible to mention any particularly. Many of I the old timers state thai the wheat] is the finest color they ever remem- ber seeing at tliia time of the year. Probabilities are that the Taber dist- rict will not fall far .short of last year's great crop; although it will be A little later. CARMANGAY (From the Sunt Mr. Gregory Path, of Champion, had the misfortune to break his leg on Saturday last while working on the road. He was walking behind his horHcs when the evouer broke and hit him on (he leg. Dr. set the fracture. In the of-Canadian casualtieK published in last Saturday's 'paper, the name of Edgar Nugent, Ireland, ap- peared among UIOSP missing. This evidently refers to Edgar Nugent who lived at the Afnrtlle ranch for Sherlock Building ;