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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURtQAY. JULY i, H IT- OF CANADA f apMil, Rest tad UidlvUed rrolils Exceed Bank Money Orders payable in all parts of Canada, and in the lead- ing cities of the United States, are sold at every They cost little, and are Branch the Union Bank, absolutely safe. Travellers Letters of Credit issued good the world over. Exchange bought and sold. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued. Lethbridge Branch-J. R- Anderson, Manager. Stirling Branch-A. F. BANK MANAGER HAS DISAPPEARED Oshawa Man Who Was Rescued From Drowning Cannot Be Found Os'hawa, July G. Cassele, manager of the Dominion Bank here, has disappeared. He has been missing since last Fri- day and a new offcer has been placed in charge. On-Wednesday evening of last week, Cassels went out in his canoe and when some distance from shore the canoe overturned. His cries attracted the people on land and they rescued- him. Later they found his paddle floating in the lake. He was taken home and placed in bed, when he remained all next day. The following morning Mr. Cassels left town and his present whereabouts are unknown to his Oshawa friends. His wife and two children have de- parted for Montreal. While all sorts of rumors are in cir- culation, it is generally believed that the bank will not sustain any loss as a result of the disappearance. To take out wagon grease if it is the kind made of animal fat, sponge with ether if it is the kind made with coal' tar, it may be removed with a cloth dipped in petroleum. District News RAYMOND NOTEf Raymond, July and Mrs. James Hunt of Lethbridge spent a few days visiting at the Manse this week. Misses ina Erickson and Fannie Harris, who have been visiting in Utah, have returned Raymond. Mr. C. A. Curtis, who has been deciding at the departmental inations in Curdston, has returued. Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams return- ed yesterday after spending a few days in Ttiber. Mr. B. Smith is his holi- days visiting relatives in Salt J-ake City. Mrs. J. J. Cameron and daughter Ida have been spending a few days visiting friends in Lethbridge. Miss Edna Scott oi Cardston is vis- itiue with her cousin Miss Blanche Fisher this week. Mr. John Green has returned from Utah. BOW ISLAND NEWf THE CANADIAN BANK OF OPVICK. TOJtOHTO 4IXXAVDIR LAIED, MlMfW Paid-tip Capital, Reserve Ftjnd, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES recently issued by this Bmnk are most They are ksued in of and mt payable m Anstrim, Belgium, Denmark, France, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden -ad Switzerland i. stated on the Aeqoe, while m other comitnes if the Buk, Lethbridge Branch C. G. UNourse. Manager NEW STIRLING NEWS Having seen no news in regard to the new town of-Stirling I paid the same a flying trip and was more than surprised to find the advances that were being made. At present there are completed a two-storey livery and feed stable thirty feet by a story and a half dwelling, restaurant to accommodate the travelling pub- lic, two stores twenty feet by forty feet and another one the .same, size in the course of erection, also an of- fide and dwelling combined wbtere Mr. Fisher resides. The above build- ings are all built on. concrete f.unda- tions and are painted as soon as erect ed Messrs, Duffy Bros, of Lethbridge are drilling for water and it is the in- tention of the syndicate to put m a gasoline engine to pump the water as well as run a dynamo to light the hotel. iV The plans and specifications for the 'hotel are completed. and tenders will be called for same in the course of-a few days, the same to be a three tror- ey structure with full basement and steam heated. It is to be hoped that the hotel will be pushedto to comple- tion as rapidly as possible as the pub- lic need- the accommodation. HoUl Bting at of Now SottUrs Bow Island, July D. Need- ham, of Lethbridge, was in -town yes- terday looking after the work on his new hotel. The contract for the same has been let to Messrs Glvuquist 1'artch, and these gentlemen are pushing the work along as as possible with a crew of first class carpenters. They expect to have the building completed and ready for opening by the first of September. Messrs. Waterson Colp Co. are mov ing into their new hardware store, which is a credit to the Glynquist Partch. The building IB 24x60 and finished in the most mod- ern style. T. W. Dyer has finished his new store and is busy getting Ms stock in shape for opening up this week. He will handle a full line of grocer- ies and general merchandise. HOW to ordera- UHSHINCr la every town there a one dealer whohanJles Sunshine Furnace. Thia man understands the insulation of Sunshine Furnace and can tell you just what size of furnace you need. He will draw up specifications free of cost, snowing exactly what will done if he gets the contract, and will arrange the payments to suit you. Sunshine Furnace is guaranteed by us, and if after installation it does net work properly one of our furnace experts will call and adjust things at no expense to you. 10 The HICK HARDWARE CO. Oxalic acid in the proportion of one to twenty may be used to re- move perspiration stains from wear- ing apparel. Before buying elsewhere you should see our Lumber and get ourTprices A large landseekers left here last Sunday for the city to take part in the rush for the land that was thrown open for entry just west of town. The land is all first class farming land and is sura to cause quite a rush. Success to the fortun- ate ones. Bow Island baseball team visited Grassy Lake last Friday and engag- ed the Lake boys in a nine' innings game. Bow Island were successful in carrying off tfce stake by winn- ing out, eleven runs'to six. No more word from Grassy Lake since Hhen. There has been about eighty-four cars Of settlers' effects and seventy- six cars of lumber unloaded at Bow Island since the beginning of March, to date. This surely speaks well for the country around here and the class of settlers that have arriv- ed. .The Pipneer Lumber Co. irave been successful in purchasing two corner lots facing the depot from Mr. G. .Herber and are erecting a first class yard on them. It will 'be the best equipped retail yard along .this divi- sion of the C. P. R. On account of several of the older towns along the line having arranged to hold sports on Dominion Day, Bow Island decided to postpone their celebration, till later on, full partic- ulars of which will; be announced later on. A number of townspeople went. up. to Lethbridge and took in the sports there. All who went were well satisfied with their trip and the different items on the program- Independence Day was taken advan tage of by several parties here, who went for a drive to the river where a pleasant picnic was -held, every- thing passing oft well, except w-hen a team of lively bronchos ran away from Jimmie and.his chums. FREE EXAMINATION j Spokane, Wash., July Merry j Dan Cupid emerged from the fray j with flying colors when the Spokane j County Medical Society decided at a meeting in Spokane that its mem- j bers will make examinations of j pective brides and bridegrooms free of charge the remainder of 1909. The i criminal code, effective June 12, pro- vides that all persons must qualify as to physical and moral fitness before license to marry may be issued. In cutting garments it is some- times better to fasten the pattern in places by weights -nstead of pins. The North Ward Drug Store Drugs, Carrying a full line of Stationery, .Confectionery and Kodaks Is Now Open- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., J. McCrostie, Phm. B., Manager Kravonia, OWOOOOOOOOO 00000000000 ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zcnda ooooooooopooooooooooo Hope "Tne cook a sort of queen? Is Sophy's eyes were profoundly thought- "And I should be very proud to Idas a queen-a sort of queen-because I be only a poor sawbones." COALDALE "A surgeon-a doctor, you know- wlth a red lamp, like Dr. Seatou of Brentwood." She lookejl at Mm for a moment "Are you really going awtyr she ask- ed abruptly. "Yes; for a tomorrow." Sophy's manner expanded into calm gracloasnesa. "I'm very eho- said, "Thank -you." "Yon amuse me." "The deuce I laughed Basil Wil- liamson. She raised Her eyes slowly to Ms. be friends, anyhow, won't your M cook or be said, ana. heartiness shone through his raillery. Sophy nodded her head gravely, seal- tag- the bargain, A bargain it was. July is the way some people "run a newspaper: "When a Coaldale, would "run a newspaper: "When good man goes it out. When a critic roasts a play, keep it out. When two men in anger claslv a merchant goes to'- when the cashier steals the cash, keep it out. When tuey quarrel in the church, keep it out. When the teacher wields the birch, keep it out. When mine women fair to see, whis- per something over tea, goodness, gra- cious .me! keep it out; When two statesmen make a deal, keep it out. Siories thin and tali, good and bad. big and small, anything that's news at 'em it County, Illinois. News. We take pleasure in showing you cur high grades, which we. sell at the very lowest margin of profit. CALL AND BE CONVINCED South Mberta Lumber Co. LI MIT tO Miss Knapp arrived last week from Elbow Lake, Wis., where she .has baen teaching the eighth grade of school. She will spend her vacation here with her three brothers. Bert Heighes came from his home- stead Tuesday to spend Domfinion Day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heighes. :Mr. aiiu Mrs. John P. Mo7re were Taber visitors J. A. Stewart arrived here with a four horse team to move his house- hold goods to his claim srmth of Gras- sy Lake. J. A. Maynard and Russell Follis of Botiineau, N. D.. are guests at The American Farming Company Ranch- Mr. Fred Oech., from "Winona, Minn, visited Mr. and "Aloore, Friday. Mr, Oech is a prominent former of Winona. He has looked over a good deal of farm different parts of the West and says this district looks wtter to him than anything else he las seen. Mr. Brown arrived home Saturday. Miss Potts left Thursday to spend a few weeks with friends in the moun- tains. Joe Turner spent Dominion Day at Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Sales were guests at the Cameron Ranche Fourth of July picnic.' Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beagle, of Lfcthbridge, cabled -.on friends here Sunday afternoon. 1 seemed somehow impossible, me going to be cook there all my days." So writes Sophy at a later date in regard to her life at Morp- Ihgham hall. To many of us In our youth It has seemed impossible that vre'stiould pass all our days in the bum- drum occupations and the mediocre po- sitions in which we hive In fact spent them. Young Ambitions are chronicled only when they have been -fulfilled- unless where a born autobiograpber makes fame out of his failures. But Sophy had a double portion of original restlessness. This much the records of Morpingham years, scanty as they are. render plain- Tee Immediate result of this disposi- tion of bers was unhappy, and it is not hard to sympathize with the feelings of the Brownlows. Tbeir benevolence was ample, but It was not unconscious. Their benefits, which were very great. appeared to them exhaustive, not only above what Sophy might expect but also beyond what she could imagine ble man, but one of small mind. He moved among the contented lord of "a pin p'ohit of the earth. Mrs. Brownluw was a profoundly pious wo- man to whom content was a nigaomy, to be won by the performance of other duties If the squire detected in the girl signs of ingratitude to himself bis wife laid equal blame on a rebellion against heaven. Sopby kriew-if not then yet OB looking back-wbat they felt Her references to them are charg- ed with a remorse whose playful ex- pression, obstinately touched with scorn as it is, does not aide its sincerity. She soon perceived, anyhow, that she was getting a bad character. She, the coolc in. posse, was at open war with Mrs. SmSker, the cook la esse, tbougb, to be sure, Smilker might nave done some- thing to reconcile her to: Groucbl Mrs. Brownlow naturally ranged bet- self on the side of constituted authori- ty of the superior rank in the domestic hierarchy. Moreover, it is likely that Mrs Smilker was right la nine cases out of ten, at all events. Sophy recog- nized that probability in after life. None the less, she allows herself more than once to speak of "that beast of a Smilker." For the greater part of this time had no friends outside the hall fc-turn to Julia Robins was pursuing bet training in acting in London and, later, her profession in the country- Basil Williamson, who amused her, was at Cambridge and afterward at his hos- pital A glimpse of .him she may have caught now and then, but they had no further talk. Very probably he sought no opportunity. Sophy had passed from the infants' school to the scullery She bad grown from a child into a girL If prudent Basil kept these trans- 1 formations in view, none can Mm-he was the son of the rector of the parish-so when bidden to the hall he ate the potatoes Sophy had peeled, but recked no more of the hand that thftiru- In. the main the chili was'no doubt a solitary creature. So much is what scientific men and historians call haz- ardous process, at least when you art dealing with human beings. It baa been kept within the strict limits of le- gitimate inference and accordingly yields meager results. The return o Julia Robins enables us to fat man: more of the stones-or, bones, or what ever they may be cailed-in their ap- propriate places. ;To Be Continued.) GRASSY LAKE MAIL SERVICE The Herald has been asked to pub- lish the" following letter: Grassy Lake, Alta., July 2, "'09- C. A. OVIagrath, Esq., M.P., Medicine Hat, Alberta. letter of the 23rd, ultimo Addressed to William Salvage, has been referred to the Board of Trade, at a meeting of the Board held on Monday evening, :38th June The Board now desire to take. this jpportunity to express their appre- ciation of your efforts in procuring the additional .mail service" facilities at Grassy Lake, and further that a vote of tToanks be tendered and plac- ed on record on tlfe Board minutes. am', Sir, Yours truly, R- W. Baillie, Secretary Grassy Lake Board of Trade. JOHN HOUSTON LEAVES PRINCE RUPERT (Prince- Rupert Empire.) John Houston, who established the Empire, will leave Prince 'Rupert next week, .aftef-nvhig. here two years. He intends making a trip to Dallas, and. Galveston, Texas, cities in which he lived and carried on business 35 years and will afterwards go to Old where he may pass his re- maining days. A good rule for making sponge cake is to devote exactly the same boating the yolks of the eg-gs as ic takes to-beat the whites to a perfect, stiffness. Ring Up 108 Wlien you want DRAYING To prevent threat! from knotting when doinzr hand sewing always a knot hi tho em! last broken from the spool- This done, strctct side and set her on the way to That sort of kiagdom with the prospect of jt Syveval !quici which Basil WSliamson had tried to j coMoleher. estima- 'pulls. Special received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers'orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Pare TERMS STRICTLY CAS Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manag, r 145 Done promptly and satisfactorily J OH N B R O D I El M M MM M Place Your Orders for jus. Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 I .1. Get our on IMMitfflill M 1 HAS U. S. AND CANADA BEATEN Melbourne, Australia, July ator McCall who represented Australia at the Farming Congress held recently at Cheyenne, Wyoming, today srid the Australian fanners assembl- ed in convention at Bendigo that Aus- tralia was a much tetter agricultural country than either the United States or Canada. He combatted the idea that Australia was arid, saying that he had seen drier areas than those of Australia successfully fanned in Am erica. Harness Best materials That That That Expert workmanship will bear comparison looks well fits well wears well Pi ices that A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Gray's Hardware V> I Vl V Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metafile Siding Metallic Shingles before buying eliewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in gtock OU'AI'S MMttHPIIINK flNMNT Office and Factory MMI Nfftf ITIKTI Telephone 153 YariSwthSt FUttlfS ;