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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta OF V Tottl Assets Oct. Over Opening a Savings Account in the Union Bank makes it easier to save. You get into the ffro cor. Round Sti I G I W.Mtmtnsttr Rd., N. Ward I The Liberal Convention Means an Early Mackenzie's Macleod, July are out to tie effect that a held on Saturday, 23rd instT for the purpose of nominating a can- to contest tie" vacant seat the Provincial legislature caused ;by the O'f Colin it is thought that the tion tor this district is now not are evldent Appendicitis Cureil By "Fruit-a-tiros" Bolgaim FrVk Iceland Bfmochurib Mexico .Jrliuxptne IslftAcls Tvr Roamania p.AiiTicouuia on Lethbridge Branch j_ r tWm G L Nourse, New Westminster Counciiman At- tacks and Assault' Will be Crtarged. New. Westminster, B, C., -Julv 14 financial irregularities In this civic administration.'revealed-'-in -a report by Auditor.. Moses: B. Coles worth at a meeting of tie. city council, iad two sensational sequels as- saulting of tie auditor'on Columbia discovery "tfiat-a-num- ber of important documents said to" prominent -.people were missing from, tie auditor's, .office. Tie assault on Coliworth was com- mitted by. 'Alderman M. follow-, ing an altercation on, tie report. Tie alderman backed Colsworti--sguarely between tie eyes. Colsworti ran. along tie main business street, 2y followed by Giley, tie latter giving up.tie chase after a couple of hun- dred yards.. An Information has been sworn ag- ainst tie.alderman, wno will be ciar- _ed witi common assault. Tie discovery that- papers, .were .missing was made.during..the after- noon, but .there is. clue as to iow these disappeared. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS first ride, on.a train .so affeofr ed. the .nerves of a- young Michigan that she lost ier reason. Bruce Smith ias Informed tie Wentwortai County Cornell that "their selection .of -for a House of Ref- does not satisfy him, and a new have to A -Midland attempted to burn tie residence" of'Mr; James Playi the lumber in Playfair WiiteVyards. In boti cases tie fires Trere before they got a at this vhich will be la the afternoon In tie Town Tiere is .aiready one candidate out for election, namely, Mr. Robert Pat- terson, as the farmers'" candidate. Patterson was elected this spring at a meeting ield ;by tie farmers of district, and since, his election them foe ias been working hard .to secure tie seat, and will no doubt Poll a large vote. Tie citizens are imaking arrange- ments to try and nave Sir Wilfrid Laurier stop; off at Macleod -wine touring tils part of the country. Mr. Malcolm-McKenzie, of the law "m -of McKenzie, -McDonald wltt, and also M.P.P. for Claresiolm, is now in iis iere suffering from hemorrhage of tie lungs. Tie piysiclans report Mr. Mc- Kenzie's condition'as as Very serious and iis chances for recovery are growing smaUer...every, day. Tie children of held ..on; the fisland -yester-' day, and-the-young- people spent--a very pleasant afternoon. -.With tie new Mckenzie bridge Across the nver Island ,.js ,aa. ideal which to -hold an affair of-Oils Mnd: Tie Presbyterian church -will, Picnic to tie Sunday pupils of that ciurci on 'tie" row. _v............ ,slioe Wholesale Co. have moved tieir store "into tie new Strutters block on. Main; street Tie offices of ,tiis. block are being ooccupied by.: James Hood and tie Macleod Quarrying" and Contracting Co. Many of 'tie farmers of''tiis dis-. Met are making preparations to cut tieir grain, wiici ias been ripening fast during tiis. iot weatier. Most of tie 'farmers expect to get per cent, crop, "and many others ex- was again examined by "A ittyr, JLfUCKliy lOf us and for her. an uncle cama in with come 'Fruit-a-tives' and insisted on taking results .were apparent almost from the first dose, aadthe continuous streatmeat cured her saved our daughter from the surgeon', knife and to-day she is enjoying the best of health." FOX, (Father) WiaUAN FOX, Words cannot express the gratitude of Mr. and Mr.. Foxi And Miss Ella wfll alwayt remember discovery of an .eminent physician; and.the only medicine in the world made of xruit.: 500. a. box, 6 tor or trial box asc. At dealers, orseiit, .-ixwtpud. on receipt of price tives Ivinuted. Ottawa. pect more. Dave .L. Mudiman, a far- mer living four miles south of town will get anfaverage of -40 'bushels to the acre from iujour 75 acres of his and over! 30 bush- els from his other land. ,Tiisf how- ever, Is an exceptionally .good' crop for-this kind of a year! Great progress is .being made on the Fair Grounds which axe .being prepared by tie town for the AgrI-. .cultural Society's .use. Tie work is superintended by G. -McFarqu- ,and Wm." ,'Gardiner, and Is rushed to completion. Tie PrizV.list forrvthis; year's: Fall Fair will in-a few days printers at Mr. Harold Grady, son of Postmas- ter A. F. Grady; returned from Nel. B. p., has been manag- ing and catching for: tie Nelgon ibage_ !ball -team. of .Vancouver is .in Macleod. for a.few days, visiting iis.motier, 'Mrs. Join Dunlop, of tiis' city. ._ Arrangements are-being made by tie polo .team: of Macleod-to hold a'polo tournament iere on tie days of tie Macleod Cup will ;be hung up the winners., Tie tourna ment will held on tie Fair. Grounds if .a suitable ;field can be. found. KIPP NEWS. 14._crops in ;div tnet are not tie-farm- ers.are nearly all employed drawing for tie mine. -Al Whitney.has moved-into a nice ittle house of iis down cross- tog. The house was .built by Geo. aoout- a "year, and passed r.. Whitney's hands along-witi' land. 'Mr. Wiitney says and- ie to see' It BOW ISLAND'S FIRST ELECTION Three Councillors Elected- Sidewalks Being Laid Bow Island, July Tele- Co, have a force of men on line south of town, and will reach -town this week, and then Bow Island will ,be witiin talking distance of the rest of the world. department store opened last -week, and is doing a rushing busi- ness. ,04. Married at Mar- tia Ovreburg.and-rMr.-James Olqnist both of Bow Island. Mr. Olquist is He first settler and-original'owner of Bow Island tqwnsite, and both are well .known many, friends wio extend congratulations and -best wishes. -..u' About forty attended church at Mr Umblie's iome at 9-10 on Hev. Hussle-is pastor, and has: live other''charges.. Tie Bow Island is" now ing a long felt necesscity In our citv as heretofore it ias been, impopssfbie' to let outsiders know what a prog ressive, energetic little city had grown year- w- P. Cotton-Is publisher and proprietor. s-'Donefly ise ex ifbition. at Calgary. S. has ibeen connect- l witi.tie ! the last coVple of months has feeen transferred to f V jaiection on to elect three councillors The lucky; ones are H. E, Seattle T .W. ,E. C. Ivudtke and Constance Gerald to -leave aext -week' for a; short .-.Visit with friendsat Cranbrook, an.ic Seattle returned from the Hospital on .Saturday, and lefton :Wed- for a visit with'Ms sister at .Wenovan, Sask, A large number celebrated -the fourth at; tie iome of -Mr. and Mrs Keudle at ,7-9. Rev. Seattle and -Rev.' Ross and wife attended conference at Calgary. Messrs'.. Howden one pro vision always W. S. SAUNDBRS Manager, Calgary; L General Agent, >Leth fa ridge Tie Pioneer Drill" .started a .hole coulee, liey W1U give no information to -they have one. can sure, they are. not wasting-their nine. Tie Scottish store .has.been moved on to Its cellar at tie corner of Do- minion road and.Moountain avenue January- on -Sidewalks street .and Bow avenue. Bow Island had a big day.ball'game Bur- Tieodore lineman; Ifay a fall at: Petertoro. on opium, -inorphia e at William; of Wartemburff ;pottery 'and -porcelain: The p-orcelain used' be.on .view> at .the, old ioas. ;fr6m pnbUc-'vlew" some" too frequently, to ;break the com- shalt .not ortunty on the Canadian Paciflc Railway, is eighty miles east of a country that is settled with thrifty American settlers It ,s the centre of one of the sections in the west n on account of m em in Soua. Lots 25'xl20' from ri i up. Terms 1-3 cash. Balance in 6 and 12 months For Blue Prints arid all information, see or write nelgerson Land Co. Alberta Block, Lethbridge, Alberta OR Oscar Helgerson Whitlo I ;