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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald, Friday, July 22. Pate ft F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH KAEV ON THIS LAND We own and offer you a full section near Kimball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. This land will be sold at a low price and on terms you cannot beat. It will be sold quickly. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of making a loan. There is no delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US FARM SECURITY COMPANY INDIANS STRANDED IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres 1-4 mile from town, 535.00 an acre, with crop. 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, crop and machinery. For particulars'apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA LOOK We have .at present time a first class liouse and lot we can trade for first class five passen- ger touring car. Call and see us before the chance is gone. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L. KIMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 MONEY MONEY MONEY -Por small and large capital have property to sell which will make you money while you are sleeping. Investments on house property will bring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Why be satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses from and upwards to suit all parties. Orders taken for car loads-of coal. Pire and Life Insurance. The Golden West Realty Co. Members of Wild West Show Report- ed Without Funds in Brussels. Washington, July hureau of Indian affairs has taken cogniz- ance of a .report that 39 Ogallala Sioux Indians from the Pine Ridge reserva- tion in South Dakota, attached to a Id. west exhibition, are stranded in Brussels. If necessary, the bureau will bring the Ted "men home. In accordance with the rule of the Indian office it was said to-day the manager of the sihow company was required to de- posit with' funds suf- ficient to .ensure that the Indians were taken care of and properly re- j turned 3iome. If it develops that the red men are in straits in foreign lands this money will be used to bring them home. Knights of Pythias have a cash bal- ance of of which is 'benefit fund, according to the fin- ancial statement 'issued at, Peterboro. Mauitoulin Islanders demand that the Provincial government the promoters of -the Manitonlin R it'.' ay to their 'bargain and compel them tc- build the .line. While toathing at Halifax, the. Miss- es Mellsh and Daly escaped drowning by the, air in their .-is-- sistin'g them to float-till rescued. Before taking his leave for Fort Wil liam, after nine years' service -is' pas- tor, Rev. J. A. Cranston, Mi .'A., laid the corner stone of .Collingwood's new Pres'byterian church. j Miss Hannah Me eldest j daughter of Mrs. J. MeArthur, of Thor- iold, was found dead in bed on Sunr j day morning. GIRLS LOST IN A ROCKY POCKET Excitement At Banff-Praise For Woman Searcher V (Special to the Herald.) i Banff, July was great ex- citement here yesterday. Tforee young.women, Miss Unwin, sister of Unwin, the well known guide, ac- companied iby two young ladies from were lost 'While mountain climbing.. They set out at 8 on Tuesday to climib Mount Rundell, ex- pecting to return 'by five p.m. At 11.30 p.m. no -word of them was received. The police and a search party set out on horseback and .searched until four and re- turned, and a large search party set out. i The girls were found "at 12 noon yesterday ,by Chief Game Warden Howard Sibbald in a rocky pocket into which .they had slid and could not get out. They were eight miles from town. _; Two of the ladies were- somewhat exhausted, much the worse for -tfheir experience. Great praise is given to Miss Jor- dan, one of the search party, who -was in the saddle all night and all day yesterday. The party returned at 10.30 last night. But Open Gambling Must Stop, Says Seattle Mayor, Seattle, July H. C. Gill has issued orders to Chief of Police Wahpenstein to close all gambling houses, and to keep .them -closed dur- ing the remainder of the Gill admin- istration. The order followed the re- ceipt of information that games were running openly. "I don't care how many men go into a private room and play poker, but I will not stand for public .gamb- said the mayor this morning. "A lot of seem to think that I am tolerant and -will runK a wide- open town, tmt r won't. I'am really glad that this gambling question has heen presented in a manner that gives me support of a substantial character, and makes, it certain that I can have intelligent assistance.-in stamping out gambling.' OUR LETTER BOX. 1( 1 to Phone 623. J.B.Wilkie P.O. Box 642. IK King DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE We have a client who will trade a good business block in a Western Town for Two Good Automobiles or One Automobile and balance of equity in five equal annual instalments at 6 per cent, or good Lethbridge Realty. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. One Door South Balmoral Hotel. Distributing Agency for Rumiey Engines, Cockshutt and Frost and Wood Lines Farm implements. i LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE HOW TO KEEP MILK Dr. Whitelaw, medical health offi- cer, Edmonton, has compiled a, ser- ies_of directions to consumers of milk which -are of a particularly practical nature. They are as follows: Take the milk as soon as possi- ble after 'being left at your door and place in your refrigerator if you pos- jsess one. (Refrigerators which i be provided in every house, may .be obtained for ?8 or upwards according to size.) An ice 'box will suffice where economy LS necessary, tout in j any case ice should foe used during i the hot weather wJierever possible. If ice cannot 'be had or no refrig- i erator is provided, wrap foottle in a wet cloth and stand it in a dish of water by the open window, out of the sun. The evaporation of the water will keep the milk -cool. Keep milk covered until it is want- ed, and in the bottle in which it is delivered. In open .bowls or pitchers milk will absorb odors fronffood and be liable to contamination from flies 1 and dust. Pour from the 'bottle only what 2 lots, block 20 Coutts St., Duff, facing east S800 Asquith Lindsey REAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. r j v bu. ii-Wiii 'UWULJtC 'Wiislt n {milk is required for immediate use. Milk which, bas become warm should never be poured back into the bottle of cold milk. Have a separate auart -of milk for the baby: wtiat the baby does not use others may. Utensils used 'for milk should be cleaned with cold or tepid water and then with boiling water, thoroughly drained and allowed to become cold before being filled with milk. Wash and return all milk bottles daily. Pasteurizacion of milk may be done at home after 'the following method: One or mo-e bottles nearly full of j milk ar.e with dry absorbent j cotton and o'aoccl in an uoright posi- tion in a vessel having a false bot- tom, -to keeo the bottles from rest- ing on the bottom when placed on the stove and containing enough water to rise slightly above the level DISSATISFIED TEAMSTER. To rthe Editor of the Herald: Dear have looked in vain for an answer to Mr. Brodie's letter of a few days ago. However, at the next night's 'meeting of the Council, it was decided to let the .matter if these teams 'have to be licensed, oh, well, the Council will put up 'the price. Mr. Editor, I tihink ttihat the men of this city are handed a raw deal and are not treated fairly b'y the Council. To prove this I will cite my own case. -Although I -was willing to ihaul gravel for the city sidewalks, at the starvation wages i they are paying this year. I was in- formed yesterday that too much of it is coming up and contract- or had to keep these teams coming from the country going, as he fttad contracts with them, and I have paid ?25.00 of my good money, and lived here three years, and this is how we get treated when the, city has any- work to -be done. TEAMSTER. THANKS TO MR. LYTLE To 'the Editor of the Herald: Dear your permsision to use a little of your valuable space, we.are desirous of publicly tendering a hearty vote of thanks to oxbe Rev. A. A. Lytle for the very warm wel- come he tendered to the Ancient Or- der of Foresters, and also for the in- teresting and instructive sermon he delivered to us on the night of our Church Parade on July 3rd. Thank- ing you in anticipation. ERNEST R. TABRUM. Secretary. PINCHER Pincher Creek, July .free' lec- ture, was given last night at the Op- era House by J. 0. Davis, the national lecturer of the Modern Woodmen of America, under the auspices of the. local; camp. It was a late hour be- fore the proceedings started, owing to the tardy way in which the lence assembled.- Mr. John 'Herron, M. (P., acted as chairman of the meet- ing, which was addressed iby other speakers from Calgary, Messrs. John- son and Grant, official members -.of tne order, prior to Mr. Davis. The latter's lecture, while it was more or less an illustration of the benefits to derived from membership with the Woodmen of America, was also a bril- liant and oratorical exposition .of what from a Christian standpoint is. the duty of every man to avert the con- tingencies that may" happen in life to !his wife and family. -The entire address was a literary treat The picnic to -have been held to- morrow by the Oddfellows and Re- bekah lodges has been indefinitely postponed. Some assert that the in- consistency of the Rebekahs, being unable to hold a decision overnight, GROW APPLES AT FRUITVALE WEST KQOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA troops are now in complete control of the is- land, where they released sixteen kept as dry as possible and should not be removed until the milk is to be used. A covered tin pail will an-J legislation is based on English __ swer for the larger vessel. An in- i cedents, bu: is not nearly so radical. AUCTION forated can serve as the false bot- that, instead of injuring the roads, torn. A hole may be punched in the j the regulations have helped them. All cover of the pail, a cork inserted and j candid railroad men acknowledge tha: a chemical thermometer put through {the new law will tend to stability or" the cork so that the bulb gets in the j securities." water. This will enable one to watch che temperature without removing the lid or cover, or an ordinary dairy prisoners, and captured forty four of thermometer may be used from time the Chinese to time by removing the lid. Tiie Trades and Labor Council of Vancouver has decided to affiliate with the American Federation of La- bor. HORSES To be held al J. C. GRAVES' SALE BARN, Lethbridge Tuesday, July At 1 O'Clock Sharp One span matched gray geldings. 7 years old, 1300 Ibs. One span matched grey geldings. 8 years old, 1400 Ibs. One span matched brown ings. 8 years, 1400 Ibs. O 7 One span bay geldings. 7 old 1300 Ibs. geld- years 6 years old, One span geldings, 1200 Ibs. One span mares, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. One span mares, foals by their sides. 5 years old. weight 1200 Ibs. One span ireldings. 7 years old. 1300 15 of mares and from 3 to 6 vears old, from 1000 to 1200 Ibs." 4 head of 1 vear old draught colts Stallion (draught) 7 years old, 1500 Ibs. and good to work. G-ood rnilch cow, 6 years old and quiet. WAGGONS, BUG-G-IES AXD HABJSTESS Democrat buggy, nearly new Single buggy, nearly new Lumber wagon Single top buggy 5 sets team harness, nearly new; 2 sets single harness. rOXITUBE Cook stove and utensils Sideboard. Couch '2 Iron Bedsteads and Springs 6 chairs Dresser. Kitchen Table 8 day clock, and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms Cash J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;