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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta If'. THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HER ALP Page B A Summer Drink should not .oniy pe Cool but should Strengthen and liivigorate. Iced is the ideal summer beverage; tool and gently Stimulating; Sealed lead, packets-only. Allow lo w.d iff .nether VM..I to N.v.r n...n. of icolinsjuiiUlrendyto tKan add .lujor.lco THE BIG ROUND UPS Over Head of Cattle :Being Dipped at Circle Ranch el ELOPE Bride was. 15 Years Patent! Wild With Grief Over Disgrace Calgary, July the Calliouu dip on .the.. Circle ranch, about 25 inliea south of. town of Glelchen, more than of cattle are ce4ng rounded, up small army of Not since, the early lO'j, wneri tub .cattle, man held'undla- Sutod away Mn. Southern. Alberta, has there been a roundpp of auph propor- tions :as the present one. day tor tho-pj'st week large herds of cattle have bae'n driven .Inlo the corrals at tha dip-to Tocajye.their bitb. and the performance -will, continue.dally for a moutb, nntU ov'srr of the huge, herd basn handled. Nerer" Ice oattle men say, there -be auch a large'roundup ni the-one' tailing, place this--summer, irbe-ra'ta at whloh'Southern Albarta Is settling 'up- sitrely driv- ing the largo, ranchers "out of.business. fThe Dominion'. govenimeut has fled-le'mirnB'lara-9 tracts of land-for cattio ranchl'ngi existing lenieif'eypire they are renewed. Oraduiliy' tie -big -i-aiicUlntr; cohoernn. ere; retiring- from business, 'and ;.'thelr operationi: iud..the. jleaei. of controlled .by .them bocomlig ed JeVorx" yea'r.VJ.Tlie lelvts tic about the ancTsidmiPthst the day's a. large Alberta .numbered. Lands BiliTg' Br'okin'.Up The lands fbrmerlyVowa'Gd ed by'theso companies are b'oing.lpllt iipand. and. )4 many, oases placedVifjer But, .Mrmt. nwnB outright. ,'Qwin to the purchase of much'of.-the ent other companies, who.nre farmers, and1 the disposal of large portion of. Indian which- la In tha same dlilrlol, and on which the range cattle used lo fee'd, this, coucern last BoM all Uf calllo to.'tho P. Uurna Co., and has given.ftp the cattle busi- ness.. The title .of. this 8960 acres.of land Is bolnff retained by; (Jin com- pany, and about lOOP.acros.-.lmye boon broken and placed under crob. Ranchers Are Co-operating special arrangement.all the large rancblng-concerm; In .tills part ot tho country are maklng'.use, oil the- corrals New Torlt, July Three houri afior Helen Anna DOWSBJ- 'let the fine home of hnr father, Dr, Geo H. DowBoy of Great ,Neok, U I., to se rfllarlvns in iPort .Washington, she ha. be'cdnu the fcrrlde of a chaufteui Three houra Inter Bhe. eat at her. dos looking over her old books fj IPuriiy Your Breath of Tobacco and Other Odors with Wrigley's and dip on the Circle ranch, and .are In the1 work to facilitate It.and get It over as speedily ns TIOS- Bible. The P. Burns.company, of Cal- have about 7000 head..in the herd'; Frank lulls and Buf- falo Hills, 6000 head; .E. B'.' Hnrwlck. about 5000 koady Nosbltt and MoKln- lion, SCO; besides several hundreds owned by a number'of smaller'rang- era, -including Mcllugb. Bros., of- Cal- gary. The object-of the'.olp.round-up Is to get the cattle' dtppcar and the calves branded. Dipping and .brand inf ii an :anmial 'OMUlTCnce... aboul thts tlme.-of the.ycar. -Formerly tbe dlKornnt concerns have .'each -dona their work, hut thisiyear .they.are DO- operating for.expediency. Are Hustling ..'ese lire c'erlainly-Ho'loafing days tor the cowboys.- WIIH hands'and faces tnnne'd'lohthe-i' colored 'by ftfi aun 'and and -.ne'ttefediby 'myriad's ofuMiqultae'i, they are lit tho saddle riding hard from' shortly after daybreak until sundown. -A.- few 'min- utes at noon evening time, wh'en they hastily swallow -their meals at the cook camps, are the -only leisure moments they get. The dipping IB bufas'-a pV'e- Just as any other little girl flflee years old might do after her Imd ended for tho term. She wore no wedding rlnis.nd-so her pnrants didn't have any Idea that the pink In.j her cheeks .weve-any more than the color that usually waB there. Three houra after tho bride's father! was informed of the lunaway wedding started annulment proceedings .....inat George Lephardt, 22. years old, and six hours, later the bride -was crying because her mother hud bu- oome- 111 through worry, uiul she had lust begun to realize what a dreadful :hing she had done. Nothing is known in the Dowse.v household-of Lephardt, the chauffeur. The'physician-.and his wife are at a loss to know 'whiM-'tr their daughter met him and how they never heard her speak, of li-ini 'or of any one olie anil she was -too young to have any love _-Sho. pupil In the Great Neck high school and has three years'yet'to study before she IB grad- She.has been the pot of.the household, and Dr. Dowsey's position to gratify her avory whim. Called for in Automobile On! breakfast, tie glrl'tojd Jier she was.going.to Port call on relatives. Sh.e looi'fhu at he'r r' "I'a littie fcefore'noon. In iiii, minutes a large, auto- SPEARMINm The Fragrant Mint Leaf Dainty is 'Good 'Good 'Good Nights' Get the habit of carrying it in your .pocket. It's the sure-to-please offering always, delicious and beneficial. It's welcomed before meals because ft, sharpens after because; it brightens digestion. Men wel- v; come it to purify their breath of tobacco and other odors. It's sure pleasure at small cost. W Made in Canada Wm. Wrlgley Jr. ltd. igo the "cattle, to iouth oi'th' internatlona rje jvinafi abqiit hf mobile, 'containing two.'young.mpn and a kiri.. urove- up. to.'jthe .house, Miss DbVsey Jumped 'the. autbiriohile Washington. Over the'. Hem'pstead' 'jurjipike ,It made as good time as the chauffeur dared-.. attempt, and arrived at the Queens] county court house In Ijong Island City In about three-quarters of -alf] .ngo ___.___1 boundary to SRskatcheyan rlvor In northern Al- "teTta. There never a shortage ot feed on such -extensive pastures, and the roaming-of the .cattle was never hindered exoeii.t once a year, when the roundup for the branding ot the calves took place. Things are different. The {criBe'B are gradually expiring and the country Is .-being In smaller par- cels and fenced. ;Kven the largo com- panies who oXned outright thousands of acrei of land, say that their, opera- tions, when coufl.ne.d. to their- o'wn (trlcted aroai.. are. yearly-'becoming- Jess profitable on locount of L Tho .pre'K- ont big. roundup I? taking >plnce, qm'-. traces. 14 sectidhs of land, which !.bn Oourad Circle Ranch Company of caution against th'e. spTuati. of disease ainoagst the cattle and to kill ticks, Tlie bureau clerk Issued parasitic insects-.which- bore, beneath I Lephardt, 22 Ash the akin of the-animals, i'The. cattio' street, 'rlusbtne, a'iid Hqlen .Anna are ..brought, la from the. range In cowsey, 22 Ash street. Flushing. vThe I buuchoB of several hundreds at a at first gave hei- addreus'as j Chew it after e BUY IT BY THE BOX .O- and driven Into the ME corral at the but when.-Intorineil that dlp. The dip'Itself is'.a'.trough about ia 'resident.-of KaiEui 60 or.70 foot long.Just about wida not take out county. Bha licensn In ough to accommodate the body ot onej Queens county, she gave her address (ralniali and about six feot-dccp. It Is j a, of the young, She gave in this trough1, tliat the cattle.receive faor.'ago aa 18, although- she scarcely their bath in lime irater and sulphur. The water IB beated ,in boilers'and Jtept 103 degrees, and 'if pumped hy.i'-large steam, en- gibe Into the dip. ,The cattle; are driv- en from corrnl'by'oon-punaVi- .eis nms only lot admit thorn single file away, in the wli info the dip. 'Dipping Son the'dlpplh WOMAN'S ILLS DISAEEARED Like Magicafter taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. North Bangorl N. I have _------- ._ E. Pink- irii's Vegotablo -with i? great benefit I'feel it 'my duty to write ..Mallingfrom fe- male weakness and had headache and backache, nearly all thetimc. Iwaalaler every month than I ___ should be en. end so sick that I had to go to bed. Lydi a E.' Pinkh am' a Vegetable Com- pound has made ir.ewcll ar.d these trou- bles have disappeared-like magic. I have -Tccommeridcd tho Compound to many women who have used it succesa- JAMES J. R.F.D. No: 3, North Y. le'Performed i- Is In.'p'rooesE, Ihe barrier seimrallng the-.run from ,the dip is a'strlng'of animals forced do'w'ii'iatb'the sulphur and liroe bath. Tha Ql-owding of tbe beasts be hind compels those In front to take tho plunge, and onoe in Ihey niuat swim to the opposite end before thoy can set out, It being practically Isn possible to turn round owing to. the narrowness of the dip. Ooca be Rev., In Chamber on Amiiy 'street Flushing.'-. The second [notowor.hy Its trannutllly. yiung mar. and the other girl was not so.much as a tiny rip on tho municipal waters to break the monotony. presided, and all the aldermen were In their places, except ooka' IB. 'iih the .certificate ttie four whirled to the home of Creek Council Will Bylaw Providing an V -I Expensive Penalty -Plncher regu- lar, meeting of the' Town Council, which 'took place "in the Council Holiday 'evening, building, w-RB-pnW'Jn. (ull to date, and a'rosblutloa'waa put through dls- bis, services for tlie pre- on beins beld j up tdrnporarily. i John Deputy-Minister ot Public -Works, -wrote the council that the GovfirMmont did not see Its way clear to re-plank 'the bridge on Bridge street. -This communication was Tiled 'Contracttng Co! the witnesses. In Ihu automobile tho four drove through" Flushing and circled around the good roads ot Long Island, draw- with The Forest .City ing up in front-of-the Itowsey. home Uldivmsn large batch of at exactly -It o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. of two lioura. left her husband without even klsslnfe him goodby and went into her. home. Leptiardt drove.away. Qlrl's Parents Are Frantic-' When iho marriage license was seen Dr. Dowsey asked about It. He .was frantic nt first, find would not be. lleve It true. When ho questioned his sionftlly some of the very, wildest of (jBU5hter she at first made a denial '.....J and at last confessed that tho msr- rlage had been performed. She ex- plained that she thought it all a lark. She said that one of the party had told her that as she was BO young.that the marriage would cot hold good, and she consented to it, believing that It was not legal. 'When the serious- nfss of the escapade bacame appar- ent to her she collapsed and cried She told her father that they had'driv tha cattle gel turned cause considerable trouble before thoy can headed for the exit end of the dip. The ''d-eptlv of the solution forces' them .to BTvim, -and from the''time they get from-cine end 1o tho other they receive a good bath, being Immened from one to two.min- utes. They are all dipped twice, how- ever, during the season, the dipping overnmsnt regulation.. il vel LJUIOJH, S11C lOItl Uel Ultll. llau u> On days when tho work io unhnmp-1 en 5tmighl home after the ceremony ered by bad. weather, or other'uncon- trollable circumstances, from 600 to 700 head of cattle may bo but'this average is not main- tained.. Any calves or have to so through the branding pro- cess are branded before tsoins into and the had not seen her chauffeur husband since. Mrs. Dowsoy broke down complete ly, And this'so weighed on. the girl's mind that'ahe also had to be put tr bed. Dr. Dowsey telephoned 'to hi brother. James Dowsoy, a lawyer in wfire presented arid passed, with te exception of one from Architect fcDonald, and tliia was held over for xpla'natlon.R. 1C. S: Satre, wao has been acting for LC town as inspector on. the muuicl- CHASE Well. Ann Arbor, Mich.-r" Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetablo Compoiinil .wonders forme. For.ycnra I BufTered terribly with. and pains co intunsn.llmt comctimcs I would faint sway. I fnJ..female weakness BO bail thai 1 to (Joctor all tho time nnd never four.ci relief until I took your remedies to pleaso my I recommend your wonderful medicine to ail smtTorers as I think it is nblcssimj 'for all L. iO. WYCKCFr, 112 S. Ashley St., Ann Arbor, Mloh. There need-he iio-tioubt about thn oi this gnud old remedy, made from the rooUnwl hofbsoi! our ftelds, to womon'n cliscaaca, volumes of proof of this fnct, enough to convince the most. ikcnUcal. Why 1.Uy it? the dip.- Manhasset, and he at oncp look step jto have the nmiTlngo 'annulled.- MERCIFUL TO THE CONDEMNED] Dr. Dowsey Is one of the most prc- physicians on Long Island and Prince-Albert.-Sask.! July.'n.-Ac-1 was one of the organizers of the First cordins ,o despatches received In- National Bonk of Flushing, of which city tills afternoon from' Ottawa, the ho at one time wos president. He Cabinet bas commuted to life Imprle- isay. he. novor heard of Lephardt. -._.... cn rErncry _ .street. Court of the murder of ChVrle rencoll Louis Hacz 'also was iflw irl-il He Is the aon of Cherles M. j Buig- a bookkeeper in a lumber anted (yard, and Ms last work as chauffeur I wan for.Thomas Qulnn, formerly shor- _______________ of Queona county. Recently ho is THE WAGES OF SIN -JEaJcl lo have been a .demonstrator, for ____ auioiiujbiiv: ill Manhattan. Port Arthur July mo'ther said did not bellove ngsd IS an-estc.l hero nnd taktn 'to :her sou ;iad in.itrrled Miss nowaey -but a, charged with loircrsonnthiB (hat It must .have been some olher ____cr miin, nanic'il 1-irsen, and ou-lyonns- man assuming his inlnlng A contatnlr.g V ihardt cannot ho found.. After being arrested, .the yoifth ilnwn and sobbed'bitterly. Ho] Three cliargos of Illegal linuor.soll- H said to have U'ng Imvc benn laid In Cropland.town- mllfax i I hip wrote: the'cpuucil regarding tiio con- dition 'of. sidewalks. and stated that thoy. would be willing to extend their five PET cent. gunran: tee lor two years instead of pile yoar, as required by thtir' contract. The will write, thcnr'about the whole flatter. p: Town Solicitor Kemuils. advised the council that It could not do very much towards' the collection-'oi arrears of taxes .until tbe first pf'the'year; The. Boards of Health had a report before the.- making some re: among them being one to .prohibit expectoration on the jldewolks. One alderman- wanted to know what penalty would be Imposed. Someone suggested J25.QO, but another loquacious councillor aatd It should be at least Wfty dollars a for a hundred. A. Pelletier was present and usked the council's' permission lo put In a septlo tank. Ho-was. referred to the Board of Health. When the head of "Introduction ot was reached. Chairman Wil- liamson' ,ot the finance committee, elated, that the bylaw regarding tho proposed business tax or business II- ce.mje.was''not yet ready, BB Solicitor ICemmla was not very suvo of the le gallty of It, and was securing legal ad vice In Macleod. asked the council to grant a free permit to the Hcs- pttnl Auxiliary. In connection with the erection of the new kitchen now being erected there. "RetUr not monkey with those by- said one aldermmv. In the usual way, and I'll ray for il." 'generously suggested another. And thi matter was settled In this'way. Regin'a, Government -of- ficials hero "arc looking -forward to serious labor shorta'go1 in the prov- ince this year. WitV a crop acreage increased thirteen per cent over that of 1912, the prospects ate that there will be no greater available supply of "harvest hands from the east, than there was last year .when, with OOQ'iaborcrs needed, only wore conditions prevail- ing this year the local- labor mar- kets avilli'bn able ita- a: nujnuer ot harvest, hands than form- erly, and. this' may ev'erV matfe grain -is- a- little later than1 usual in maturing. :Twenty-live thousand men. (torn the- be located in Sas- katchewan alone this year, hut the government is led to belie.vc that Ht- ile more .than half number wili be supplied" the province by the rail-, way companies. obtainable. Ot course, willi JUDGE DEAD Ottawa, July Hugh Rich- ardson, retired dlod here to- day, aged 87 years. He was born m London, England, in 1826. 'Previous to his retirement he was Supreme Court Judge of ilhfl old Northwest Terrllor- iea.'nnd was the presiding Jurist at ttie famous fiico trial. the ihcreanc in arc much brifclitel that ONTARIO h OLD-TIMER FRpM Jaw. July Sara caruoj lierej tblrly-flv years ago from Klniicrley, Ont., 'was burled ot C ShVWvfo is'tiVen 'd'aughter aton, ra and four IIS1 THE HIGHEST GRADE J. C. R. EARNED Ottawa, July final accounts of the Intercolonial Kplhvay of Ca- nada for tlift; fiscal .year show n" net surplus 'of SfiOO.OijO. This la aho less llian ttie estimate of tho Mlnlfitor when hfc marlo htg Himiial statement In the House. Certain of retoiiiio accounts not ran out qnllo nft yvfiii na anticipated. An .Incendiary caused dam- age to'J. II. Brown's cornmeal'mill at St. John. N. U. ;