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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL> HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 11 OF CANADA speculation, total loss. Capital, test and Ui- div idH Profits Exceed Protect Your Savings Hard earned savings disappear quickly in Large profits carry with them heavy risks of It is wiser to be satisfied -with the absolute security for both Principal and Interest afforded by this strong Bank. A Savings Account may be started with a Deposit of or upwards, on which Interest will be paid at highest current rate. We will welcome your account, whether large or small. r Lethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling r. SchimnowskijAciing manager. BEES TIE UP Remarkable Occurence At Twin Falls, Idaho SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION PICNIC FOUGHT AT THE MOUTH OF A CAVE Sophy Kravonia. OOOOOOOOQOO ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zenda OOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Copyrigbt.wo5 Anthony Hope flawldm Claresholm Church People United For A Day s Good Time Claresholm, July large crowd of children, young people and old folks met this morning at the corner of the Methodist church and in many kinds of vehicles from a lumber wa- sjon to a carriage or automobile away towards the Porcupine Hills to celebrate a union picnic of the Sunday schools of Claresholm. J. Hill, and well organized agencies j xhe old folks were all young in heart tr.-day for all enjoyed themselves im- Spokanc, 'Wash., July 15. swarming bees are credited with do- ing all sorts of unusual things, pro- bably thistis the first time that a queen and its retinue ol subjects completely tied up a steam railroad. It happened on the Harriman system j at Twin Falls. Idaho, the other day, j when a lusty swarm accomplished j what the national Congress. James t Manila, July detailw' accounts of the last light of Jikiri, the famous Moro outlaw chieftain, who was killed and his band exter-' minuted, in a pitched battle neur Pa-j tiaa, on Jolo on July 5, j have not been received. Several dis-: patches in brief and a letter or two' from participants in tin? fight give a fairly complete story. Hunted frcuj place to place, Jikiri with seven followers, two women and a child, took refuge hi a. cave that pierced the side of an extinct vul- cano crater. Scouts located his party and he was surrounded. He refused to come out or permit the wumen and child to go out of danger. A terriffie Shelling wus opened. Storming part- ies worked their way to the mouth of the cave and tried rushing it. The of cOHU'lllpI o plentiful and are better educated, for even a two-wire fence will keep out the stock. As the road turned at the bridge one could in imagination look back to the days of the Indians and cowboys as he took in the pan- orama of grain In very truth it was a picnic .-..nd nothing happon.-d to mar the un- ity of the day. 'Rev. Peter Hender- so'n, fiev. A. B. Arcrtif. H-.-v. R. D. Stuiner and Rev.-M. E. Hilierr-d with their following of Me- Ansrlicans and M-tiV'.iist.- lY-sncctivelv united in as SpccUl orders received and returned the day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' oideis Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 0. S, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Saddles Thatare comfortable For Man and Horse Uur Saddle-uiaker "cannot be beaten in the West. When you want a, saddle see ours. A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Gray's Haidware CONGRATS FROM PRESIDENT consciousness. Ottawa, July con- gratulations from President Taft to Governor General's foot guards received today through Colonel Cowles of 5th Infantry, Plattsburg, on tlv.-ir work at the Champlain Ter- centenary. Trout r bystander presTi: ed t'ne water cure. "If :h'tt doesn't drive them away r.oth ng will.'' A well directed stream from a garden hoso poemed to have a quietir.g- effect and the was lowered to the in- take of the tender and the tank filled 1 with bees and water. replacing the pipe the fireman was attacked by a few stragglers anrl.j i to protect himself from further on- j slaught he tied a red bandanna hand- j i kerchief round his head. Alter rais- ing- the spout he tucked the handker- i chief into his pocket, and accepted the i and made their The Creek, making sesn? iivray th wiien some gcntlfnu-n baited lionks into the stream, men cleared away the brush and levelled the ground. Table j cloths of various kinds were on the ground and the ladies got busy spreading out a banquet which looked almost _good, to eat. All the children sat- or squatted around the table and they eat till they could eat no more. It was the adults' turn to wait but at last their turn came., for lost time. 11 MarqvU de congratulations of the onlookers up- on his escape, but while mopping his face a vagrant bee winged its way out of t-he folds of the bandanna and stung him on the lip. After the excitement with "the -bees, two small boys climbed to the roof of the water tank and with bare A MR. S. WZLDON Gen. Manager cf the Windsor who sustained two broken ribs, in the accident in which W. C. Mc- Intyre was killed. Headquarters fo; MR. WM. C. MclNTYRE s LILtJ One of Montreal's most prominent citizens and a leader in the financial and business world, who 'lost his life in an automobile acident last week. 3 Phone ISO I didn't need any of their help to pretty well through him! But Lady Meg's hot on !hands captured the queen, placing it it. I suppose it's what' I'm here for, jn the bottom of the keg-, into which and I must let him try-or pretend to. the -ibees quickiy swarmed. Swab Ifs all one to me, and it pleases Lady jbought the swarnjj presenting the Meg. Only he and I have nothing else to do with each other! I'll see to that. To tell you the truth, I don't like the lemonade rand, and the- incident loot in his eyes sometimes, and I don't'. closed. would eltheri" I As if think Mrs. Mantis would elther As a medium Sophy She was antagonistic, purposely an- said Jean Coulin, attempt- As it is not nkeiy mat tne real cause of <3ela.ying the train will be incorporated in the official report to the foresroins: record Is aiiiu ucuu i-ne ,'oregomg recora is made to show what tbe Miss Simpson. I i "Rnf t.hiJ few horse shoes were after lunch but the chief sport j was in the races for which Mr. N. Holmes acted as starter and C. E. Tillotson as judged Boys' hat and coat race, won by W. F. Clark, Frank Brown and J.A. Wannamaker. Boys' three-legged McKln- ney and H. Van Liew; Bruce Haig McMillan. Girls' to Price.. Nellie Camies and Kafe Miller. Girls under Bush.. Bessie s Holmes and Amy Eleverum. Thft next race was started after j considerable coaxing all around. I Girls' race (unmarried, engaged or not, any Harrison and Place Your Orders for i-To Be Continued.) on the line. r G RH SSY The Best New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line Some Things Grassv Lake Has! T-.VO cc.-il mines in operation A -irst-ciass brick yard in operation A branch of the Union Bank An .up-to-date hotel A praotisiufj physician All kinds of business houses A fine Assembly Hall which is open for engagement Some Things Grassy Lake An elevator A new depot An electric light plant is Now Getting Town Property is advancing rapidly. Some business lots are now selling as high as Buy Lots in Grassy Lake and Double Your Money Business Lots from to Residential Lots frcm to For Particulars apply to J. R PERRY, jun. or fax 411, Urtibrfdle, Albtrta WM. SALVAGE Grassy UKc, Albert! But the clergymen wlro are used to the fight of faith were not ou and six contestants the spectators' cheer- their own pastor. Two over-speedy headlong and one player slid under the string but he was n't called in by the umpire. Rev. Stain- and Bev. Hendc-rson wore declar- a ti-- for first, place V the prize; of a subscription to. the Letbbridge Herald was divided .and each got six while -Rev. T. N. Cald- well came in third. A special match race left over from I a tie at. last- year's picnic was run be- j _ tween T. M. Haig and Jas. McKinncy but owing to a protest on a foul the judge, decided that it was still a tie and would have to be finished next year., Girls under Price. Boys under 5-r-Harold Soby. Then came the free-for-all., won by E. G. Ogilvie, W.' Lindenfield, W. C. Brown, followed by a matched race, won by W. Lindenfield. The 'party returned to town in the early evening and all agreed tbat the union picnic was an enjoyable affair. celebrations as these help along the coming day of church union, as the members of the varrious congre- gations get better acquainted with each other. Western Canada Agency, Ltd. SPEC'lALS I. Graphite Cylinder Oil (the very best) Atlas Reo Engine Ruby Reo Harvester Auto Motor (nen carbon oil) Cup Grease, Hard Oil, Axle Grease Linseed Oil Soap. Boiler Compound No More Dust" Sweeping Compound Kerosene Gasoline Western Canada Agency Offices, Macdonaid Block Ltd. ..WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction .Guaranteed PHONE 289 Ring Up 108 T When you want DRAYING 4- Done promptly and satisfactorily i- JOHN BRODIE BOWVILLE Bowville, July Carlson who has beens working as {oreman on Ne- bau's place, is again on -his place here. He is to take a rest after being actively engaged all summer, and look after his homestead. 0. Osbow is at home again.. He has listed his phace fov sale and has taken a purchased homestead. He expects to shortly leave Black Spring Ridge for his homestead. P. Bradley has been away on a visit to Claresholm. What We Have, Wp Hold BECAUSE %VERY CONTRACTOR 'RECEIVES SUCH SATISFACTION WHEN HE BUYS LUMBER HERE THAT HE COMES AGAIN STJtCET LUMBER CO., Just across the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el ;ewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Cq.'s goods in stock DIMI'S KWBfUCTUIIIIB mm Office and Factory MM mm ircen Telephone 158 SM St Rue 195 ;