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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THfe LETHBRIDGE DAtUY HERALD "Jack Frost's Master McCLARY'S "Sunshine" Furnace Jaclc Frost Kad th'e time of his life last winter. He warred against all elements and froze them stiff. Lakes hand rivers he turned into solids; he also put a razor-like edge on the He even bit into steel rails making them as brittle as burned glass. Outside, Jack reigned supreme, but his chilly majesty was licked to a frazzle inside by "The Understudy of the "Sunshine" Furnace. Think of the past winter whti the mercurr svung timidly below the freezing for a day or a week, but for months: at a time. How you shovelled' coal, and how you talked 'about the appetite of-that poor old furnace in the cellar. It simply ate up coal and then fell down when it came to heating the house evenly and com- fortably. "Sunshine" Furnace makes the most of very little fuel, and distri- A butes a much greater percent- age of heat throughout house i than the ordinary furnace Ashes cannot bank np between the active fire and the walls of the Fire-pot in the "Sunshine" Furnace. It is an absolute guarantee of balmy June wea- ther in the home, when Jack Frost's icy garments are jingling in the Arctic Saturday, July 0, 1012 "FOURTH" CELEBRATED BY BURDETT FOLK cold without. That's why the "Sun- shine" is called "The Ice King's Master." The "Sunshine" Furnace is an excellent will last a life-time with' ordinary return you a hand- some interest-on the Investment every year by the actual saving it effects. Now, we want you to do us a we -want you to call on the McClary agent and ask him to prove every claim we. make for the "Sunshine" him to prove every claim true. Ask him to show fuel-savirig' of the "Sunshine" .The mechanical reasons which make balmy healthy June weather possible in the home when Jack Frost is in his element the money which other furnaces hum up, the largest makers of furn- aces in the British Empire so amply and so fearlessly guarantee the "Sun- Understudy of Your decision will please us and pay you If you don't know the McClary agent, write us at our nearest address. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG MSClaiy's HAMILTON CALGARY ,02 ST JOHN, N B. VANCOUVER OPPORTUNITY HARDWARE BUSINESS FOR SALE "We haye for salp the Hard business formerly con- ducted by R E A. Colp, of Bow Island, .Alia.-: and fht- tures amount to about The store building is also for aple, on which are prepared to allow liberal terms The Town ot Bow Island Is rapidly developing, and this point furn- nisaes a splendid oportunity for anyone who wishes to en- gage m the hardware Justness The stock ib well assorted and the business could in a abort time be built up to a large vol- ume The district la a good one ard draws trade from every dir- ection for many miles. Inspec tion Jwited The inventory can tie seen, on the premises at Bow JflltntI or at our office.- Jfcr particulars call on-or ad- dress. e KENT SALTER Bank of Ottawa Building Winnipeg REVIVED GLORIES OF FAMOUS MINE BIG HUSH TO OLD FRENCH CREEK: WORKINGS IN BIG BEND DISTRICT, B.C. Revelstoke, July there repeated in the Big Bend district the history of the 'fiO's, when mm ers stampeded .from all parts of the world the famous placer fields on the tributaries of Old Gold Strani, namely, French Creek and McCul- lough creek, 75 miles north of Rev It looks so, for prospectors by twos and threes, every night for the past month, have 'been leaving town at all hours, toy stealth, on foot and on horseback, bound for the French Creek diggings, whilst many placer .claims-have been staked out and'are'still being staked., New Strike The cause of the stampede is the Hequirc 'the'best lumber if they are to be of a Lasting Nature Bring your measurements, or .speclfllcatlohs Into jrard und let us figure together. We have what you the right price. Farmers'Lumber Co. Operating Yardt In (touthtrn Act our Biflrt "THE LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARD" The where all material is under cover. of a rich, strike of placer gold ill Breach Creek, aloug fin cliauuel, discovered by.._three prospectors, who for a year have been quietly prospecting this channel The 1s stated to be big, and the probabil- ity Is that French Creek will yield millions in allow metal. f Between the iears 1S60 to LS65, the' ohl uorkmgs on Creek jlsld- ed in the neighborhood of to the hundreds of miners and ptos- pectors who worked its rich to hed rock t At that time a typical boom minim; town was with a population of from people, with its usual acci semes in the shape'oE snloons, dan ialls, and billiard rooms, and tod; the curious hunter still II 'emams of this once famous "plac camp; with its dismantled' billiard ta bles and bbacks. Found New Channel For >ears past miners and prospec ors have been looking for an uml channel on French Greek, which mown to exist from the very jiatur if the ground This lias been foun snly within the past jear, a.nd is b '.eved to.'he as rich or richer.than th workings along the present creek fiom wJiirh go many millions were tracted in the 'hO's The siirraiinding ground is bc staked as fast.as man and liorses.can 'reach there from Kevelstoke, whici Is the nearest French Creek can be reached i one dav from RPV( Istoke by a drive. The steamer Rovelstoke two trips ench week up the river to Downie Creek, 40. milesjvfrorii Do.wnii Creek to French Creek is, 30 to 3F miles over a ponj trail. There is !il so a pony trail all the way from Key elstoke to French and days' ride will negotiate this trai FOUND THREE DEAD MEN Edmonton, July fhe bodies ol three men who had died either from exhaustion, hunger and uie, or from attacks from boars, had been found alcng the Grand Trunk Pa- cific right of way between Tete Juan Cache and Fllzhugh, is the story told this morning by the men who discov- ered the corpses. AN AERIAL HONEYMOON London, July and .Mrs. Claude Graham-White concluded their honeymoon jt-aierdny by Hying from France over the Channel Dover, Farmers of Sidney township, Just of Belleville, are greatly excited by a so-called In. tercoloulRl railway purchasing agent as to right of way, and predict that tha eminent It contemplating a line along lute front. I D r e >v G r eat Crowd Keen Contests in All the Events rJmdett, iiuly 1m go Jiumboi a? Umdctl people tolobrated Dominion nt Grassy Like A Featuie of the i (Li> a sports tho captuic of u lai'ge sha e the prize bj oui townspeople Jhn oil "Tru io' the pony race and given second place !ln .the free for all. Tills decision was most unpopular The majority of the onlookers thought that he should have had first place, and for a -time tliero was considerable discussion and tome bid feeling C'ottaman won the touboj mcc V sensational tlnish to the baseball nmtch between Grassy Lake'and Bur- t dett resulted m u win for Burdett I What do jon know About (lhe rain Kist week end hug made I HIP ciops looK splendid ,tnd( thing piomifecs well foi a bumper hai- I The C P H 'is fixing up theHiacl j east of the town; and- lots of'gravel are being. laid down. This track, will be i one of the best In the province. The Fourth at Burdett I One of the largest crowds ever seen in Burdott attended the 4th of Julj celebration. day was ideal, bright but not too wajm The, snorts program .committee' had., propa-red a good program which included races and ball games Noith of the town were a number of tents with the usual -features o'f-the "midway" snake charmers, monkey show, gipsy Queen and fortune teller, and round This was well pationued by the, visitors especially the ounger folks The first ball game was called at II o'clock between Burdett and Ores' sj Lake, resulting ui a win foi the home bojs, 5 to 1 Bow Island and Wlnnifred met in the afternoon and provided somo sensational features. Tho Wlnnlfrod boys -played it great gamo and woij out, tho scoru being Jl Tho evening mtmo (o decide possession of tho money was played between Uurdott nnd Wlnnl- t'rcd, and tbo former ,won oitt. Tho reiults of tho jatcs ivoio as follows ipp yaidi, J .Beguilt rjud' C Simpsou 'Boys' Anderson. Half onllo horse B. B. Ben- nett, Purple Spilugs, 2, Oail Cox, Oiasby Lake v Ladies' horse.race, hiilf Miss H Sloughbon, 2, Mis H Slough sou. Frank :Lewls; 2, John -Biill' termers' buggj Lars Foge nrd; 2, J. Tomlinson. tV painful accident, occurred at .IhQ start- of the ladies' horse race. .Sliss WiUkerton of Winnifred was thrown 'rpm her horse over on tho wire fence iiid sustained a severe, slinking un She was picked tip and taken to. the hotel -where she was .carefully looked after by -two a iiursb who mppeued to 'be iu the crowd. NO bones were broken and it is hdpcd that she will be able to return homo in-a day or. two. Miss Lilian Warry returned home from Lethbridge on Tuosday. She has been attending school there and recently wrote on .the. examinations Ne'w sidewalks have-been.placed on tho east and west' sides, of -Main St. and they, make a considerable im- provement to the -appearance of the town. Alex Hamilton has had the bad luck to lose his 'bay mare and colt recently, Mr. Morel, the .station .agent, :is baclf again from the hospital, looking considerably better. Jack Chisbolm of Wlnnifred is a July 'lib visitor to town.' Jack was manager of the Stacey Lumber Co. last summer airid fall. THE TRIAL LASTED FOR 556 DAYS NOTORIOUS TRIAL LIKEUWCONCLUDE BY SUNDAY NIGHT i, Viterbo, Italy, July tnal of the Camoinsts is appioathms an end Vecchlni, counsel ,for Enr-co Alfano tlie alleged leadei of the organisation who.'iwas -the lasts pf. the lawyers, to a'rldress the have taken defence'Oi Alfano g, he had nqt been convinced in- ocent. Friday and Saturday will be devot- ed to the suinminsC-up bj the presi dent, and it is expected that a1 verdict mil be reached SuiiBayhight Thus tlie trial vull 554 .days, of which 135 were takenrup by, the bar- fangues of the. lawyers. During the trial of the case, thiee of the accused and seventeen witnesses been cross-examined. VALEDICTORY BY A GREAT LEADER TABLE CUTLERY OUR selection of patterns and brands is th'e result of