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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOC ttVIW THf LETHBRIOQC DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 10 ROCKY COUUiE NEWS THE GREAT _FAIR Educational and Entertaining Exhibits from FiekS, Farm W A BEWILDERING ARRAY OF CYE-FEASTING FEATURES Military Tattoo, Navassar Ladies' Band, Siege of Sebastopo! SEVEN SUCCESSIVE HOLIDAYS the matter with the read Cakes and Pastry turned out by The City Bakery They're all right! None better! ROBT. Phone 381 SCOTT. PBOP. Severs! Picnics Ware Events :Rocky Coulee, July wee ending July 3rd, was one 'of sport.. 0 Monday, June 28t'lx a picnic wa held on the flats of the Old Man riv er. It was largely attended by peo pie from Badger Flats, Jumbo Valley Graimi and Rocky Coulee. Consid ering the fact that it was the firs annual union picnic, it was a decider i success. A committee was to look after the picnic of next sea son. The same grounds were the scene o: ari'.thet picnic on July lot, and not withstanding the fact that some were missing, owing t0 the celebrations in nearby towns, the time was enjoyabh spent by those present. A small crowd from' here attendee the Elinor sports on July 3rd. We are proud to know that one of our young men won two firsts and a sec- ond with his running pony. The dis- trict photographer was present taking photos some of the best looking people. A lawn social under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid will be held on Fri- Burdette, July "s day eveningj July 9thj at the Inj.faust- of Mr. F. D. Hunter. Programme AVe had a big ram Tuesday to help and refreshments will be provided, the crops in this vicinity along, and' they are looking fine. regret to learn that Miss NJme' EXCURSIONS FROM; EVERYWHERE home last evennig to find his wife away and dinner not ready. Neigh- bors heard the couple quarreling late at night, but heard no shots. Tlu- in- fant had belonged to Mrs. Inland's sister who died recently in Detroit. BURDETT NEWS son has taken ticket for the east, where she will spend a few. months. We are glad to learn There are eight new buildings in course of construction in Burdette, five of which are business buildings, viz: A hotel, pool room, and Mr- N- Prendergast, shop, hardware store''and one gen- j so fortunate in securing, each, one of eral merchandise building. itne desirable quarter sections of school On account of the land opening in j land WMte This QUARRELLED WITH WIFE 'Railwayman Took Her Life and His Own at Niagara Falls Niagara Falls, 3f. T., July -wails of a deserted infant greeted the -ears of Charles Small, a milk man, brought about the discovery today of a murder and suicide at No. 2046 "Whirlpool Street, George Ink id, 30 years of age, during the night had a bullet through the heart of his four months' bride and turning the'weapon upon himself sent a bul- let through his head. Neither could Lethbridge on July 5th a number Iland was S0me of the best sold in our business men and farmers were Madeod> one Quarter of it going at down, viz.: Geo. Hoaglin, Kiggs Bros Iths hiohest fiSure on record, per J. F. Bowe, Mr. Nelson, Wanepler acre' -The recent showers, will Bradley, F. Fi and Victor Bowe.ibe a boon to tbe purchasers in aid- Some bought school land and others'in? tliem to break considerable this year. The Rocky Coulee football team and Granum had a swift game of associa- tion football on Wednesday evening in Granum. Both teams were out to win and the score was decided as vie tory for Granum of The visitor claimed another goal, however. Judg ing from this, the game on July 15 at the sports in Granum, will be a hot between the same teams A purse of fifty dollars-will be pre sented to the winners. filed on homsteads. The grade is nearly finished for our new sidetrack and "Y." We are to have a new-church upon which building will begin next week. There-have been four immigrant cars unlo-aded the last week in Bur- dette. Lumber is being- hauled out every clay for new settlers, who are build- ing- We have five reen here in Burdette who are to be congratiilated for ing three nights at the land office KING EDWARD FAVORS Rich Fruit and Farming Lands In Centre of Okanagan Now Offered to the Public BUY AT THE OPENING PRICES We want every reader of this paper to take this as our official notice that our rich fruit land subdi- vision is now open for settlement and offered for sale to the public. Being situated about eighteen miles ride by'tram from Calgary it will be rsadily seen that it is not in the wilderness but rather is located in ttie very heart of the famous Okanagan Valley, door in Lethb'ridge during the big I jam and securing some choice land north of the track for homestea'ds. flowers and hayrakes are in de- mand by the farmers around here. The hay crop is better than it has TECHNICAL EDUCATION been for years. Our busy blacksmith, London, Eng., July lay- ing the foundation stone of the new- buildings of te Imperial College o: Science and Technology at South Ken sington today King Edward gave a Hamilton! helping hand to the campaign in ia- Bros., are having all the -work they can do these days. A number of people from Grassy Tiave lived long after being wounded. and Burdette celebrated the Inland, a New York'Central 'brake-1 Tourth at the river last Sunday. All man, was incensed when he returned: enjoyed a ?ood time. vor of higher scientific education, to the lack of which most public speak- ers here are in the'habit of attributing England's loss of ground in her in- dustrial race with America and Ger- many. CARMANGAY AUCTION Section 32--Township 13-Range 23--W. 4 The Terminus of Construction for 1909 of the C.P.R. Lethbridge-Aldersyde Branch lots at this point will be Offered for Sale at Public Auction on the Townsite on JULY at JO a.m. This district has prize winning- fruit of British Columbia for many years in competition at the horticultural shows of the world. Our property at Okanagan Centre is sub- divided into ten acre farms. .All farms front on main roads. The property is close to sta- tion, school, church and has excellent market accommodation. A most complete irrigation system is in operation supplying, an Abundance of water at all seasons year both for irrigation and domestic purposes. Readers at a distance who do not find it convenient to come and see this property should-lose no time in wiring- our office to make a reservation subject to inspection with- in sixty days following your wire with a de- posit of which money will be refunded if you do not find the.'property exactly as repre- sented in our advertising. The prices per acre range from per acre, terms one quarter cash, balance spread over a period of two years. If you buy :i farm to-day you could commence planting out a crop of small fruits and vegetables the very next day. These side crops could be placed between the rows of the young orchard which would reach maturity in from, five to seven years. This area of rich fruit land is naturally limited, and judging from the present condi- tions it will be sold off the market in a very short time. The earlier you make your reser- vation the better choice you will have and the closer in your-farm will be to the station.. On receipt of-your wire to reserve, our man- ager will personally select for you the best unsold ten acres and withdraw the same from sale. You will be notified immediately of the number of the'plot and its exact location. You will then have sixty days in which to make your inspection. There are unlimited opportunities at Okan- agan Centre for the industrious man with small capital. The total expense of setting out a ten acre orchard is scarcely Be- tween the rows of this young orchard you could plant and take off crops of small fruits and vegetables which side crops would pro- vide a good living and a neat sum for a bank account. At the end of the fifth year statis- tics would show that the crops from a seven year orchard would be worth _ Understand these figures are conservative safe calculation.' The climate liere is equable, salubrions and there is sunshine, every day and a noticeable absence, of severe winter seasons which pre-. dominate throughout the prairie provinces. If you were to come to Okanagan Centre to- morrow you would find settled throughout its great valleys hundreds of happy farmers from the prairies. The farmers in the Okanagan Valley are fast becoming wealthy and independent with much less capital invested and about.half the work necessary to operate a large farm east of the Rocky Mountains. Don't waste time with correspondence, send in your wire today to reserve a farm and forward deposit by first mail of If you find, however, that you cannot possibly come to inspect the pro- perty within sixty days, better write for our bookl et and maps descriptive of the property and .district. Okanagan Valley Land Co. OKANAGAN CENTRE, B.C. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club Lesson for July llth, 1909. Paul's Second Missionary Journey- This Townsite is surrounded by the cream of the Alberta Winter Wheat district, has extensive deposits of coal and sandstone near at hand, and offers exceptional attractions to home-builders on account of its sanitary and picturesque location overlooking the Little Bow River, and must ne- cessarily become. mi.- -o-c-i -1 ft-4ft J.JJ.G 4L XU-l-HJp 4.O.U. JuiiVi. Golden Believe oa the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be sav- ed. Acts Verses what i class dp you place those who profit by the sins of Verses 29, it natural fear or religious conviction, that now op- erated in the jailer? fallen women? This young woman was possessed with a very clever spirit of evil, an all round spirit of deception, including fortune telling; now wherein did her sin consist, and that of her owners? Which are the more to be blamed in these days, fortune tellers or their willing dupes? When bad men are losing the gains of thxfir occupation, .are .they apt to be careful of the truth, when they are after good men who have de- stroyed their business? For example the liquor dealers. Verso made the multitude so angry at Paul and Silas and is any reliance ever to be placed upon the excited attitude of a large crowd? Do religious differences still make people hate one another? Does worldly gain, today play any The most important point between Lethbridge and Calgary For plans, upset prices of lots and terms of sale apply to C. W. Carman, Carmangay W. Toole, Calgary; Milnes Noble, Claresholrn; or to C.P.R. Land Department, Winnipeg F. T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner J. L. DOUPE. Asst. Land Commissioner Lots in the Townsite of B irons on E.4-16-12-23-W-4 will be offered for sale on the following day What did the jailer desire to be saved from? Verse What precisely did they mean by believing on the Lord Jesus? May a father or mother believe in Jesus, so. as to assure the salvation of their children? (This question is to be answered" in -writing by members of the club.) Verse What is "the word of the and may a person know that word, first hand, who is not person- ally acquainted with the Lord? Verses 33, Can the grace of God suddenly turn a cruel and brutal man, into a "tender-hearted Christian? 35.40. May we be confident that there will always be a happy end- ing to all our trials? Lesson for Sunday, July 18th, 1909 Second Missionary Journey Thessalonica and Berea. Acts 1-15. rejected him, when God's first and best plan was that they accept him, God then proceeded to do through the Lesson for July 18, 1909 Paul's Second Missionary Journey and Berea. Acts xvii: 1-15. Golden Thy word have I >iH in mine heart, that I may rin against thee. Ps; cxixtll. Verses 1, Is church going a habit, and what do they lose. many times a-day a part in religious intolerance? Verse did God permit such cruelty to his faithful servants? Why is it that godly people often have "to go through very painful suf- fering? Verse why it is possible for i TornVed" it? any good man in prison, lying upon a raw back, with his. feet fast in the stocks to be as happy as a man jn person attend church? health, and at liberty? j v.That is the value of d Docs a good man's influence cease ;ip.l how are good habits when he is imprisoned and his limbs! n i are fettered? j ..Verse Paul to that I it was necessary for the Jews to have In looking back over the results of, put Jesus to death( and if not what his imprisonment, would Paul and did he mean? (This questjon must be Silas be apt to regret this painful in- answcred in writing by members of cident the club.) j prayer and praise cannot turn it into i joy and victory? bv the present i that the Jews ought io have accepted Jesus, and, that their putt- I ing him to death is the c'ollossal crime the Verso Was this earthquake the i contingent- prophecy in the Ok! Test- ivsult of the prayr-r of Paul and Si- j ament, cither ono of which being ful- las. or was it a natural event? filled, would cancel the othor; and Does God to-day work out for his the prophecies concerning people, the same result, j as are here recorded.- sploridOTf wcre Verses 27, 28. Why did the jailet fulfillment of concernng decide upon suicide, and is such a I rejection of Christ. course ever justifiable? in good faith and the the God sent Jesus they voluntarily Of dirisV that wuich wuulu have been done more speedilv >by his life.) Is it necessary .for us to adopt all Paul's opinions in order to be well- pleasing to God? Were all Paul's opinions correct con cerning the time of the second com- ing of Christ? In what sense was it true, Christ must needs have (See Luke Jer Mich Matt. In what way do the Old Testament Scriptures bear testimony that Jesus is the Christ? Verses 4, do you account for it that the same facts and reason- ing which converts some only serves to harden others? How is it that women are gener- ally in the majority in Christ's con- verts? Why were the Jews moved in jea- lousy? Can a jealous man, at the :ime, ei- ther be a true man or a correct rea- soner? How do you characterize a person who is jealous of another in doing good works? Have we any modern, example of the way these people acted? Verse the world today, upside down, or right side up? Is the world getting -better or worse? Verse people oppose the work of God do they generally confine themselves fco the truth in their oh- jections, or do they, ever confine them. selves to the truth? -Do objectors to the truth knowing- ly falsify or do they do it in blind ig- norance, or through prejudice? Verses there ever any vir- tue in exposing ourselves to danger, when it s not necessary in the inter- ests of the truth? What was-the difference between' the religious people of Thessalonica and those of Berea? Is a truth seeker sure to find it? Is it ever right to suppress the truth in the interests of the Kingdom- of God? Verses 13-15 Wliat." is it-" wMc-jT prompts men to work so hard, and persistently in opposing what they know to be the truth? Lesson for.Sunday, July 25th, 1909 Second Missionary Journey- Athens. Acts xvii :16-34. -I HOUSEHOLD HINTS Bags of heated salt- ara excellent to relieve neuralgia. White pepper is preferable to or seasoning1 chicken soup. Crisp celery should be served with, cold meat. It is a nerve tonic. When cleaning house use plenty of turpentine in the scrub water. It is certain death to moths. To keep cheese .moist and and free from mokl, wrap in cloth. wet with good vinegar. A teaspoonful of glycerine given in a wineglass of hot milk, will relieve a severe parozysm of coughing'. Cheese wrapped in waxed paper and put in -the refrigerator will keep for a week and look as if "freshly cut.( For washing coarse clothes, soft soap is the best, and has the advan- tage of going further than yellow- soap. It is a mistake to think that ice tea can be cooled ;by a few lumps in the pitcher. There must be either finely cracked or shaved ice in the passes to make it palatable. is made from the finest care- fully selected cocoa beans, roasted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cioud and most economical. THE COWAN co. LIMITED, TORONTO. ;