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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, IMM. PAQc FIVE Kootenay ash- pan is exception- ally large. Holds two-days ac- cumulation. Re- moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to fire-pot guideiall ashes into pan; booklet on MCCIARYS LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. SHOOTING IN A COURT ROOM A Tragic Climax Of a Legal Suit In Ark- ansas 11 If you live out of town write us." QLTAFPELLE GIRL SHOT Indian Head, July .Freda Harvey, of Qu'Appelle, who is in the hospital here as the result of a 5f'r- ious -shooting accident at Qu'Appelli! lakes last Saturday is in a very dan- gerous condition and is still uncon- scious. The bullet which entered lit-r head behind the ear, was extractud 'this afternoon and there is now hope that- mny recover. SUICIDE-CLUB IN CLEVELAND OUR LETTER BOX. A TIP TO CITIZENS Lethbridge, Alta., July 27, 1909 Editor Daily Herald: see in your last Saturday's issue, a report of Mr. J. F. Johnson the weed inspector for this district, has been busy up north. Now I think he would be doing good to have .an inspection in town. And set upon some of the .grumblers of this town. As well as setting on the poor homo- steaders. He has only to walk along 'the side walk when he can find weeds of every kind in many' private residences and other parts o.f the town. And if a few hoes were set to work at, this time of the year and the weeds cut, j and if possible carted to the rubbish i heap and burnt, would soon destroy them. Unless Dad's Council takes the matter in hand, a letter to the weed inspector would do a lot of of good. I have seen other years the strong wind take the dry weeds from the .town-into the open quite as bad AS from one homestead to another. Yours, etc., Tom Parry, Diamond City. Girl, the. First Member to Take H-r Life. Cleveland, Ohio, July club composed of forty disheartened em- ployes advocating suicide as tlu-1 only tin-ails within tlu-ir ivsch of attain- hii: tin.1 of mind they crave arid to escape tlii' tonntmt-s of daily grind. is b'-lit'vi-rl to exist here. Thi? fact was today by the par- fin.-- of Dederce Bo.sechek, 13 Vfiirs old, who was found ueud in Gordon Park vest ml ay. Another girl, a companion of Mi.ss will end her life within the next few clays it is believed. Bosechek shot herself. It i? thought that she was the first chosen by tiie other mem- bers'of the club to end her lift'-. Little Hock, Ark., July for the possession of a child reached a tragic climax at a conference, of the principals in the suit in the circuit court room late today when W. Y. Ellis, nephew of John F. Rulherc-urd, millionaire lumberman of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, shot and killed Nathanial Parker Willis, of Indianapolis, Ind., prominent business man and politi- cian, father of the child and former husband of Mrs. The suit at law was terminated yesterday, Judge Fulk instructing that the child be surrendered by Mrs. Ellis to the cus- tody of Willis. Today's conference was to arrange the details. Those participating were Willis and fJllis, the latter's wife, divorced from Wil- lis some years ago, U. S. Senator Jeff Davis, who appeared as attorney for Ellis, and Judge Fulk. Arrange- ments were being concluded when El- lis fired over the shoulder of Senator Davis at Willis. Court attaches struck his arm, however, and the bul- let went wide. Willis ran from the court room with Ellis in pursuit. El- lis fired again when he reached the doorway inflicting a wound from the effects of which Willis died within ten minutes. Ellis surrendered and was imprisoned. Later, however, he was taken from the city by officers in an automobile for an unknown des- tination. IMPORTANT BUSINESS CHANGE BALL PLAYER SAVES A LIFE Rescued Child in the Harbor of St. John, N. B. St. John. N. B.. July J. Britt, a local ball player, gallantly saved the life of 12-year-old. "Robert Knowk's here today. Knowles anrf some other lads were playing on a raft in Courtney Bay and it drifted out little into the bay. Some of the fcr.'.s were able to get ashore, but you eg Kuuwles was almost- gone, in -v says, he just- fe.lt settling on the bot- tom of the bay when he felt some one catch him and bring him to the sur- face. Jt was Cjitt, who was pa--MS at tile nine and. attracted by ran to the- edge of the whart, long enough to throw off Hs bat .nvl coat, he plunged in rested y-ung Knowles. Howard Case Co. Sell Their JFine Business to Easterners GRAND OPENING CLUB CAFE Monday, August. 2nd Orpheus Orchestra in Attendance for Lunch and Dinner FOKD STREET Opposite Palace Livery V. ROGERS Proprietor A business change of considerable interest to the Lethbridge public has just been made known to us whereby the business conducted by Howard Case and Harry Withers under the name of Howard Case Co. has been transferred to Mr. E. M. Putman and Mr. D. McDonald, whfo will con- tinue business under the name of The Lethbridge-Sporting Goods Co. Mr. Putman has had a large exper- ience both in Montreal and Winni- peg in-the various lines of sporting goods while Mr. McDonald learned the gunsmithing in all its details in Edinburgh, Scotland and for several years had charge 01 the repair de- partment of a large sporting goods company in Winnipeg and the sport- ing fraternity at large may be as- sured that the new firm will give them as'good satisfaction if not bet- ter than the old one who have been compelled to retire owing to the con- tinued ill health of one of the part- ners. The price paid for the transfer of this business to the new firm ha? not been made public but- wo under- stand it was a very good figure. new firm will earn- a full line of guns, ammunition and up to date .sporting goods of all descriptions and the workshop being under the ex- perienced supervision of Mr. McDon- ald is a guarantee that all work will f Gait Coal flRDERS for GALT COAL left at the General Office of the Company will be delivered to any -point -within the City Limits at per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company N OT I C E ii i i We beg to inform the pub- lie that we have this day sold our business to Mr. E. M. Putman and Mr. D. Me- Donald who will still con- tinue the same under the name of 3; The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co> We take pleasure in thank- ing our patrons for the cheer- ful -support which they, have given us for the thirteen years we have lived in their niidst. and would them to transfer their patronage to the new firm who we are con- fident will give them every satisfaction. We are Yours truly, Howard Case and Co. T Place Ycmr Orders for DRAYING I ....WITH.... HAS. FRAME i Satisfaction Guaranteed v PHONE 289 Refrigerators and Freezers 27 Phone 75 2 o Hayr Bros, be executed promptly and thoroughly and we would bespeak for the new firm the patronage thai has enabled the retiring one to take a well deserv- ed rest. The business of Howard Case Co. was established in 1896 and ever since that time Messrs. Case and Withers have enjoyed the esteem of the cit- izens. They have conducted business good square lines and have met with the liberal patronage pof the pub- lic on that account. LUMBER MILL GONE Peterboror, Ont., July Pet-' erboro Lumber mill with a large quantity of lumber was des- troyed by fire this rriorrnirig. Loss about with insurance of about half. Florence and Company's store was also destroyed by fire. Loss 000, with little insurance. HEAVY FINES Fort Francis, Ont., July killing a moose out of season,