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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letbln-idge Daily Herald, Monday, June 15 DAYS ONLY Owing to the change in management, we wish to reduce our stock o: IMPLEMENTS SPECIAL PRICES ON oils, Democrats, Harness, Plows, Harrows, Threshers Supplies, Garden Tools VARIOUS OTHER LINES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION The Time Is NOW, Come and -West Jobbing Commission BETTER SALARIES FOR MISSIONARIES Chatham, June progress made by the missionary society the Methodist in Ontario during the past few years was detailed to the London conference by Rev. Jas. Allen of Toronto, the home secretary, In 1907 there were in Ontario ,'102 young men as summer supplies at a cost to the church of In 1909 there were 147 at a cost of There has also been an increase in tbe salaries paid to these mission workers until In 1910 the basis of pay- ment is for married ordained men, for single ordained men. Mr. John Gibson dropped dead in London, Ont. GRASSY LAKE LOAN FARM LANDS MACLEOD NEWS. From the Advertiser. H. Bates, of the McBride Lake dis- trict, brought to this office on the a sample of winter wheat grown on his farm, which effectually dis- proves the maiicious assertions that this grain crop was a failure here- abouts. The wheat measured two feet and five inches in length and was a thrifty and handsome a bunch as was ever grown. Mr. Bates has 200 acres of it. The specimen sent to Vice-President "-VhyVe, or'lh't. C. P. H. as a sample of what Mac- leod's farmers are doing this year. This was a week ago; the grown appreciably in Mr. He'd since then. William Bunt, of Pincher a well known farmer of the Summer- view district, was convicted of cattle- stealing in the District Court Mon- dsy and sentenced to two years In the. penitentiary. Judge Carpenter, however suspended sentence. Bunt was accused of stealing a bull calf the property of Jose Ennis. He was defended by E. P. McNeill. ber industry in this part of the pro- vince, was held in the 'highest res- pect by all his. associates. He was one of the organizers of the Moun- tain Lumberman's was ts first president and held that office 'or several years in succession. C. H. Allison and Mrs. Allison left Cranbrook on Sunday last the for- mer en route to Fort George, and Mrs. Allison being bound for Seattle, where she will spend the summer with her mother. Mr. Allison has been in charge of the Cranbrook Drug and Book Company's store for iome time past, and will engage in iimiliar business at Fort George. Mr. 2. 0. Barber succeeds to the man- igement of the local store and will iave as an assistant a Mr. S. M. Smythe, formerly of Winnipeg. There is a great deal of Building ;oing on in town in addition to the erection of business blocks. A. Ward s putting up an addition to his house on Baker Hill, John Crooks, of the P. R. accountant's office staff, is erecting a fine residence on Baker rill, George Powell is also erecting a commodious house on the hill. Raw and Improved, and can locate You in Any Part of the Country. PRICES AND TERMS ARE RIGHT SUITE 115 SHERLOCK BUILDING D. R. Kimball, Manager Phone 417 CRANBROCK (From the Herald) The Cranbrook band proposes to participate in the hand contest in Lethbridge next August An unpleasant case of misplaced confidence recently transpired at the -St. Eugene hospital. A patient en- trusted another named Gunning with a cheque for to cash for him. Gunning cashed the cheque all right, but failed to turn over the proceeds. Gunning has since disappeared entire- ly, no trace of him having been dis- covered by the police since they were notified of his departure. Gunning is cripple, having lost ,1 foot and three fingers of one of his hands. H. Branch of Fernie, formerly con- nected with the Cranbrook Foundry has received word of the death of his brother and brother-in-law in the W-Mtehaven mine disaster In Eng- land. Mr. Branch is leaving for Eng- land at once. f Among the many lumbermen who came in from the surrounding dis- tricts to attend the funeral of the late Mr. Archibald Leitch, were the following: H. A. Ross, of Waldo; M. Mclnnis, of Calgary; C. D. McXab, of Waldo; P. Lund of Wardner; A. F. Krapfel and A. McDougal, of Fer nie; G. G. Jewel, 01' Jaffray; F. C. DeBoIs, of Fernie; S. W. Cooke, of Jaffray; A. C. Cooke, of Jaffray; C. K. Ayre, of Elko; N. J. Irving of Jaffray; and Otis Staples, of Wycliffe. j Mr. Leitch, as the pioneer of the lum- LOCALBUDGET The J. E. Lussier Construction Co. lias been awarded the contract by F. W. Downer for the erection of six houses on the old Callahan property- Dufjedn street, between Bartlett and The Y. W. C. T. U. and the W. C. will be at home in their new re- idence Tuesday evening between hours of seven thirty and. ten thirty. Iverything is now In readiness for the ipening of tne home, and on Tuesday veniug the members of both .unions rill be glad to show the citizens from ellar to garret. St. Elmo At Majestic The woman with a past has been a familiar subject dealt with by play- wrights for many years with more or less disagreeable effect. "St. Elmo" presents a man with a past, and his redemption at the hands of one of the sweetest little heroines of the stage makes a production that loses none of the force of the unpleasant plays, but leaves the spectator with a feeling that he is better for having witness- ed the performance. Following closely the lines of Aug- usta J. Evans' successful novel of the same name, "St. Elmo" presents a lit- tle wildflower of a girl, who hears al- most the first unkind words of her life from the lips of SL Elmo, the mis- antrophe. A series of disasters trans fers the innocent girl of the woods in- to the splendid household where St. Klmo's word is law. She loves him and remains true to her love throughout countless tempta- tions. St. Elmo fights against his love for the girl. He tests her faith in every way; he plunges into more desperate finSirs tiinu cvsr, but not escape the girl's steady influence for good. A more powerful series of situations than is presented by the play couH not easily be imagined. It provides the right kind of a problem play. This splendid attraction will be at (the Majestic Theatre to-morrow and I Wednesday. Ralph Wickham came down from viaresholm ,on Thursday and is in Hospital, North Lcth- jridgc, where he will undergo "an op- iration at the hands of Drs. J. E. ..overing and A. McNaliy, involving lie breaking and resetting of his inkle. A couple of months ago he hurt his ankle but a doctor at arcsholm informedi him it was only sprain, and consequently he has been using it as best he could since then. It got so bad, however, that ie came down to Lethbridge, and an X-ray exarhination by Dr. Lovering showed that it was a bad fracture ind, dislocation, necessitating the operation. A party of German people called at the police station Saturday and asked for assistance in recovering some money stolen in Germany. Josef Zambor, who lives in North Lethbridge, sent three hun- dred dollars to his wife at Obprhaus- cn, Germany, to pay her nada.. It was stolen, however, by one Guslavc Domeyer, who came to 'anada and was seen in Taber a ample of days ago by a friend of Zambor's, and it was ascertained that he had purchased a ticket for Lclhhndgc. Zambor, wanted him lo- cated, arrested and brought to time. Police Magistrate Macdoiigall issued a warrant charging Domeyer with bringing stolen property into Can- ada. SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL LAND SALE AT WEYBURN Weyburn, Sask., June big two day sale of school lands ended today when the total of 233 parcels were disposed of. These parcels com- prised acres in all and the to- tal proceeds of the sale was 34 or an average price per acre of ?16.20. This Is regarded as one of the most successful sales of the west. Tomorrow 160 parcels will be offered for sale at Arcola. ;