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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July TITB LETHBltinCE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us ihow you maps, lilue prints, of City View Sub-division PrtewLow. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Budget of News From Raymond SERMON TO THE Vs; Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 aiidlSjiumths. R. V. GIBBONS CO. FOR SALE On Itraljht Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1 12 miles from Neidpath Switch, 4 miles northeast o( Chin, good dirt, w 12 at 21 120 acres partially improved You will have to hurry WHITNEY BLOCK, O. T. LATHROP LETHBRIDGE. A Farewell Gathering Special Article on Sheep Raising; Other News Kuymbnd. July very plemlng social function took place last night "n the .Manie.lawn, when a farewell lawn social and presentation was "eld In honor of members of the congregation leaving the. town. JUss Ua of Ihe public school teaching; staff, has severed her connection here and leaves for Ontario week. Miss liuffle, who came lo liaymond three years ago aiid has been here continuously since, also leaves next week. Uolh. tlio8o ladles have been active In Sunday school work in liay- mond. and their going means a consid arable loss t.0 the school. i.iul ihe real reason for the gathering was the going away of B. J. James Oavles and family. Mr. llavies since c close one o'f the most pleiislng fun- ctions ever held In lu'ymond Church. Mr, Davles goes to Lake to start a mercantile buslnest for him- and he lakes with him the vorv test wishes of his host of Raymond friends, In which the'Herald heartily Joins, oming to Kayinond has lad charge of the dry goods department of the Raymond Berl Klrkham, who preceded E. J. Navies, as manager of the dry goods and boot and shoe department of the liaymond Mercantile I'o., Is also to Slnco leaving Itayuiond Mr.. Klrkham has been living In Lehl, Utah, hut ,hj expected to return with his the beginning of next One cannot help wondering what the baseball writers gave lo ANCIENTFORESTERS Local Lodge Attended Service at St. Cyprian's Church Rev. w. McMlllen occupied the pill- I'll :u St. Cyprian's Church last even- the census taker lo "Whal language do you spca.. common sentence found in the spor, columns today Is "With his good wi low he lambasted the pill, lammln out a two-sackcr." It's'unique, an.v way, as is the saying of another wil er, wliq said, "G'wan, .Mr. limps, an This may b Mei'canlile Co., and in Is fea ings "7 G" with Ihe public has won for r'T Hie honor and esleem of Ihe maT, ?V B "Ut "a8 8" patrons of this store. ls at a The programme was varied and in- Factory Lake. v f, "I1 W'th V Fishing Is said to be good in the Mrs M> o he Bant' 16 ot :by but since the Knight Sugar Co. have then lowed to indulge itself in the sporl oo h I" or Some nne hTve solo, which was much appreciated, been Drought in. of the Win- to town tri go inio business, in fine" nipeg Free.Press is ,odav voice, rendered a vocal solo. -Mr. shown .over-the Harvey sbee'p for baritone solo at Jhe Edmonton a'special article on shcep'-raWnc 'h, Al-uslcat Festival in 1910, but was sing- Southern Alberta is to appear n the ng with a handicap. Mr. Magazine section of that !aper Wighsns music has not arrived yet Mrs. J. A.HIII, sinter of .Messrs B aid his accompaniment was picked J. James and Trevor Itavies has lak-' ha heard Ul "'S "ore and fix- In fs Mr s f E'X James navlcs' a wlt" a of up-to-date g tar d.TT' A, Jlre- "Ml S ar duet by Messrs Gillies and budge this week meeting the -d s'electin, new Ins. and spoke for inluntes to the Ancient Order of Foresters. The members of the- lodge assembled at the Oddfellows Hall, and marched In a body to the church. Twentv-flve members -turned out, and tho parade vvas in charge of .Marshall Hagcll. gave to Tho reclor look his text from Ho- the (iiiestlon, mans 12: 4-3, speaking upon Ihe woids "For as ws hale many mem- bers In one all members have not the same office" We. find j constantly where St.. Paiil has been that lie worked in unity, harmony and benevolence, and that is the way lu which your society should work, namely, it should be as' perfect as the human body, and the medical men tell us that it is perfect in every re- spect, said (he servant of God. He also went on and said that the " united, and parls appear ot 'Ittle but Cod made tho'body. If 'art of it is cut a surgeon t becomes deformed; and it is the same with your society. It becomes he duly of not only Ihe officials, but be. duty of all 'to work together foi i great benefit. Each portion of the )odj has its work 10 do no matter low small it be, and the same applies o your order. JIi 'McMillan said that we must all o our duty, and be harmonious one 6 the other, and if a brother suffers 'c must all help. The aiin of yom society help others, and we all should do the same wheher we belong to the order or nol. -harmony- and mini is to render a solo ncxi Sunday morning nt the Presbyterian Church. A Reeves ,i universitj sliiden and Kiiecial rcprosenlative of the Key stone View Co., of liogina, is canvass ng Raymond for stereopticon views. tig Crowd out to Gree the Head o'f theR.C. Dio'cese St Patrick's 'Roman Cathol. Uhurih was filled to its utmosl cat itt-itj jestord.y inoining hnd man Who wanted "to hear Dishop Lega weie tinned awav Mass took place at elghl and at nine thirty, and High Mats at eleven, which was conducted by the Dishop. Owing to the waim weathei th. Bishop declined to speak for more than a few minutes Speaking to ihe childien, who weie confirmed, he said that in the olden dais ihe soldieis put on heavy armour them from 'ho enenn, and tod.u we need to put on ,1 hpdij armour and be piepared to meet sin The reaso n that I believe vva prominent resident of Raymond is up before -Magistrate Gillies ye's- li-rdij, chiif.od with asiiult ,im! cro- "lint a disliiihinca He assess- ed on both counts. RUNAWAY ACCIDENT CANADA WON THE MACKINNON CUP Bisln (.amp, luh Ilic Cana- dian team Urn MacKinnon Cup, in.coninctition with -the rest of Lnipirc I welve men composed e I Jne Duggj upset .and for some rain NEAR BARONS Whal might have been a serious ac- cideni III which W. A. R. Cocrj of tho I lei aid stilf involved took place 1-2 miles out of Unrolls on Fridav. Ihe ilnched to i ns convoy- ing G Mmlil who was diivlng and himself got out of control and bolted. in confirm.itlon foi the cbildieii when they are young: is because they need to be pi elected, and the paienls and guaulians must stand bv them, ag aiiial nip wotlil t While but childien todav, lomoiiow thov will be men and women, and then i.ill lo fight ag.nnst thi-ir enemies Hieniselvcs, which win be sin. Recruits are trained for war when the) aie joung, and Hwrhlldion mnit be with in the same m.innei nol able to save joii unless you will accept Him, In closing, his Lordship said th, Ihe parents should watch over ih children more than they do, an should guide them and go out wit them, but not after daik The should not be out aftei daik, as nigh vnlks lead them into sin FOR SALE 2 corner lots, Block D, Parkview, facing 1 Oth Avenue. cash W. ML Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 FOR SALE Uungalo, 6 rooms, fuinace and conveniences, workshop and storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded and shade trees, furniture goes with the place, 5 lots 1J7 ft. front. age, on 15th street South, a good bus, 15500, balance 4 years or cash. Apply to.owner, at 818 SOUTH Minneapolis, Minn Jtilj Id Jelly ORDERS HELP TO PROTECT LIFE CHUw.i, July .15 The Ra Ic Uthv, hank lobber, highwavman' Commission has issued two nd Cicaned con ict, nas shot and illcd last mghl by Patiolnwn Jos I "eS'Erlecl for the of Olm'ecr, who died one hour lain and, the other for ith six of the bullets in protection of the public All s Imdv Al arms' length from one wavi to file Kith the board nothci the olBcei of tho Uw and the B0 dnvs a statement showing the nura gitivc of the law emptied re-1 into one anothel last nlghl in double fata! pistol duel, which took! acp on Ihe sidewalk at Twcnlj-hfth i irct norlhccist and C'enlial avenue I offei by to blow ami' h I lip vault of the Ccntl. I Slalc' nk, Twrnlv. foililh and Central' cnni, and allow Patiolnuii Ollhgcr share ill Ihr- piocccds u he would ol each loco- w hether or oi-l thp necessity of men going un 11 locoinolnes In the past there ivc Icon a number of accidents from is caiiie which the otdt-r aims 'it vialing .in- u nc wouiiM V 'allows another cp on bis beat on tup night bcletl-1 somc tlmc IB regard to was made known lo Su- II is ordered that of Police Mcalcv vcstr.i- M nib 'er-j'l-r laniiticv 1st, 1903, in _Palrolman Ohngcr 10 thai nc had not icspnlcdl' Hie bribe oilr-icd hpcinsc In, wanted "'E a "'oun? train causing bodily ..iv ,....11, ut v, unv Jit, H dllLUIl to on the ciimmals so that or to a 1'clso" tlle closing, such Glossing s-honlri imnie- (ll.ilpl; hr piolrclpd bv ihr company ,l until the board has could captim them with oidcnu' uough to convict. McUIln icncd fnr in the RANCH FOR SALE Cocslillr.g of 1900 acres of (IrntclnB land, only three from a live town. Good building! worth MOOD; all 500 acres In crop. Small creek runs through the iaafl; good place for stock. For particular! and price of The Gaacaden Land MACOONAtO The grand totals of the teams (.inada England 1 Ireland, Scotland, 1.510 vvc-ir Canada For a few days only South Uncj, 7ialand Guernsey, India, 1 KILL RATTLESlyAKES (Taber Advertiser.) A Sernett met and killed a laltlesnakp near the one dny last week. .Mr. H. Hethorinslon ul.ilo out on Ml farm lust week aljo ran foul of one of these dangerous reptiles, aiid his now eleven rattles for a souvenir. Care should be exer- cised and when piny- ing near the river. While there are not a grest many, these snakes arc deadly poison, and young child might find difficulty in escaping. utes the horses sped wildly round in a tliolc HP occupants, who were caught in the hood of tho buggy, by somc lucky moans were shot clear out of the way ot the revolving horses and trap. The Herald nmn landed on his back and with ,the exception of a bad shaking and aHhick coating of dust, was not very much the worse. The driver sustained a blow on tho BARNEY NEWS Alex-. Gundstrom is rusticating 01 his homestead, Rose .Plains school closes Fridai next for two weeks' vacation. E. T. Odmnrk; B. Uomay and Alex Gundstrom made a flying visit lo Uth bridge tlijs week. So'mc of. the grain in' this district Is beginning to ripen, and Hie farmers are looking around for help. It. looks at present as if the harvest will be great, and Iho laborers few at harvest lime, and every one is going around looking liko prosperity Itself. head and a blcedln, nose. He pluck- Rev. .1. li. Marker holds'.'er'vlce. PV i.y Held on to the reins after the ery second Sunday in Rose plains school house at 7 p.m C. W. Hastings and Aliss Ethel Hastings canio from last week lo make their home the homestead Mrs. .1 i; Davies, of Highland farm, found mushroom In her gard- den thai weighed more than a pound Ki-eiv one Is advantage Of the fine plowing weather Mole a i.hoil3a4id -acres of sod has'' been turned over In the last two weeks ses had been broken loose and thoug dragged i hitlo managed to stop I htm Ihe birggi wis completely smashed up. A second accident to a democrat belonging to the same liv- ery stable look the same after- noon. Driving in from Monarch Iho reach and kins bolt got broken and the driver A. Hunt arrived in Fiar ins without the rear seat of the ve- hicle. Monl.Mi.t Stair penitentialv for bung implicated in a diamond rob bcry at Hutlc. Later, at. Des'Moincs Imv.i, lip wns spnlencrd to veal', at for highway lobberv ami escaped afjpi serving one POPULATION IN SOUTH WELLINGTON Guelph, July an official source it is understood that the Dom- inion census enumeration for. Soiilh Upllington municipalities will be ab out as follows: Guelph city, 15.100; fergns village, Hlora. irin, 515; Nlchol township, iington, Pnsllnch, Erin ownship, Bramora. fnolpli township, riic figures for-Ouelph city do not in- lude College'Heights, the O. A..O., the prison excln i Ive of prisoners at the Ing the total population well up to had the accidcnl investigated and the closing Tins, states ordci, will he considered satisfactory in Ihr boaid WALSH MAY BE Chicago. July. last indict-' icnl pending .igalnst John R Walsh, ormer Chicago hanker, now serving leim In FVirt penlten nv, vvus quashed hj U district ;ourt Judge Landla. This the chief In ihe ay of the paroio of the' The parole board will meet In ori Leavcnvyqrth. Sept. 17 and It is tho Walsh cate will' be the fiist be considered. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA tiO Fenced Stable, etc 80 IB Spung wheat Pi ice 120 00 acre cash, in half crop payments. "p 500 acres in crop, Spring looking splendid 8 mllee from. a tonn 00 per havt torni iplindld inapt In raw land, clou to Wtyburn surviy, for from 113 to US per icrt. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Succcnof" The Dowiiex-McMlllin Land Co. Phon. M4 ;