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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T II E 1. E 'f n 3 ri) D (i E T) H B Rj PAGE Local Improvement Council Be- lieve Better Conditions Should Prevail Maelcod, Alia.. June 5.-A mcclinl! of the councillors of, Local Improve-, menl Pislricl No. ll'.ll was held in the town hull this' al'iernoon, Messrs, llrluhl .McNab. -Maloney. i Stewart. Muriiiiy, llodseiror-arid the secretary, presenl. Ac usual at Ih.cMSO meeliups, the i weed mitjstl.d.n: tho j councillors bein's of ojilnlon lhal a oalisfnctory slate nf affairs witn j rosnnl lo llle killlne of weeds could and slum-Id prevail: Councillor Me-.: Nab expressed the (minion that 'n j many instances an, inspector was ap- points! at UK; last moment: and then taken oft when he could do come Rood. He also thought thai in some cases, farmers who would not cut :ho weeds un their places were left, and pres- sure was brought to heal-upon those who would cut theirs, even withoul kn Insiiector. i The return of gonhers tails was made- during the fitting, when it was found ithat 20.SI56 lails had been turn- nd thirt.een contcstanls for tho which was considered most sat- isfactory. It was. however, pointed out thut several so-called prominent (armors had made no effort to exter- minate this pest. This was thought to be most unsatisfactory, and the sug-. cestion was thrown a law should bo passed compelling all farm- ers lo-lakc active steps to kill off the gophors on their farms. The'inspector of the department of (Municipalities wrote informing lhe menting that the application ot lhe ratepayers of Division 6 of Local ln- provemsnt District No. 39 to be added to Local improvement District No. 69, could not be sanctioned hy the uepart- there appeared no valid rea- son for the tran.ference other than the fact that, the taxation in District 69 is only 54.00 per quarter sec- while in District No. 39 it runs 1o Considerable discussion al- so took place over the grading of the roads 'and the diversion of several road allowances, the meeting lasting over two hours. French Victorious In Fierce WILSON'S FLY PADS Kill MDRfFLIES THAN, OF ANY STIIKY-UY Mi ind Mrs. (i. A. Sandi-rsiil inn1, will IVC rilv ,r ttidwslu nest uy oflfcial was named, lie took part in u-Jlness" front. He says ]niunerous. expeditions, against the ln- "VMcnT'-ittacks "cii the part of dians, and was a member of the troop .r.-rrmrh from both the west and Of six constables who accompanied e south were "meI" bv a nre of the Major Walsh into the camp oi the Oprman batteries an, 1 .machine guns located on the north side of the rc- linerv. The Clermans resisted for some time- hut "finally were demoralized by .llil! artillery fire-of the French and basement of the factory was Joilnd to be. filled .with German dead, while'the French losses were slight. Attack at Midnight "Furious at having lost a position -oiild serve as a base for coun- 01 frostbtes, o sno, of meals of raw meat. And he regrets that he cannot again go through such stirring limes LllllL-n An Interesting Episode One episode of Indian c.vcnis, those days is given. Mr. Fullwood was one oi a party that was.sent out in the spring oi 1876 to accompany Sioux hostiles under Silting Bull, 1'iegans who had. come into the Wjth the information that the .Vegans had captured three Sioux and, I wanted the police to go and gqt, says it-im. The American warriors, were I -Khich' all ter attacks on Anlain, virtualty of which is in the possession of the French, the Germans made a draper- ate-attempt to regain it. Amid de- Btroved walls and great holes in e when that dangerous Canada to escape the United States troopers. "It was in the fall of 1875, Mr that Calgary receiv- ed its name. I remember the general orders being read out ir. the bar- racks rooms 'Henceforth Fort Ed- monton is to be known as Fort Cal- gary.' The name oi Fort ICdmomon was afterwards given to a site fur- TUG on the warpath and had conic'. into Canada on foot, figuring they- would j be able to soon steal enough horses i to mount themselves. They had hiu. lher north. Named After Major Walsh "Fort Walsh was named after inmac A rnmmande o James A. Wals comraandei srove ground made- by large shells the Germans began their attack at mid- this rapid and confused engage- ment the French were obliged to withdraw, but a watchful Kronen ma- Tor prepared. rapidly for a counter attack. The French company, which had momentarily yielded, later push in a berry patch near the Piegan camp were discovered and hloodlcss- iy captured Urniu0 it the Pieman camp, the police took over the three breech-clouted pnsoners of v ir ind ,a were entertained royally, first with a nf bis feed and a stirring exhi- .billon 01 nuiiit- m whieh the whole hundred irnors of the "Piegan >s see whatnMstory says The Stone Age man held a pebble in his mouth for moisture and to prevent thirst. Forlorn makeshift arid land Roots and herbs served better where plant life existed. Early Spanish explorers found the Aztecs used pleasant and agreeably relief from tropical heat. Refined Mexican Chicle, its merits proven by the test of time, is the basss or Back Ssiwean Times Today Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package. MADE IN CANADA Witt. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ud., Toronto, Ontario a? CIS i h to order there i Ove, taken by Storm aim he well. Possibly ,th'e! Returning alone the police Uoop creiitest achievement o! Major Walsh was b, i bad spring n.imnienEed mill They decided to'' and greatest achievement oi jiajoi was when he persuaded Sitting Bull i storm, which comn and his bloodthirsty warriors to con- and turned to snow to Parley with-the Americans.: camp, and tj_ mAe sun o i. MCLAREN of 1 toml coi who atlaCtC 'InC Henl IQ AlUULlucllla. ..i had momentarily yielded, later Almoat immediately alter the. Ouster their prisoners fd forward, aided by reinforcements Sitting Bull and his band] around a tree and went alid .an intense artillery lire, under slipped across the line .._ them e oull (lull UQ..M an....... t across the line into Canada; build a lire. Considerable diuicnlty, to escape the- MKfiSuv' troops. j Walsh Goes to Parley i were mini ind then the, thmt-hl "It was with great that- m, pl q went to the Dominion government learned the lmjllris this, and it. was felt that; every turn- and 'Jin m which their treat would he cut, off. Wounded, He Stays at Front the French counter attack had attained the refinery.itself it was lound that the Germans already had f, i noncommissioned, raiding in the Canadian west. jnto and nmwr Walsli was at crcll to go aiu i the Force olticer tem.uii'-u, _ i n.itn chief, and beset accompanied- by a In This, and it. was felt that; every thing ".'aiil'shed" 'cavint, not th. .should be done that was possible to, iliinlicuffs mihvcod Mnor keep these dreaded scourges from krf t ,rank tt winl ITjaltlCu: 1OI ClglllJ uuuio his post, directing his ..this in snilcvof he. had a splinter oi a shell1 inJiis, thigh. "In a period'pf.-tIiree5.wcr.Ks nearly 3001) Germans Have" beai quried .--and more than SOOnihave bzen taken pris- oners same...French-; regiment. Travels Long Way To Enlist, and is Killed at Front OtUwai OnU'June t rt> Billle of the; Bib .Baltalion who Is re- ported killed, earae all the nav fiom San Domingo to Join the CanaJHn forces V.He was 'a French reservist but (loir Maple Creek Sack for a number ot yoars being a number; of flis (Canadian Militia A couple of yoa'ra ago he lo San ilomlnisit whore ho Immediately broke out ha cabled .the i'Canaiim authoriUea tor permission to join tie Canadian force This wis'srantBdhim. were no ataanishfps out of San Domingo at Ihe he chartered a private jacnt which took him to Cosla Rica, ho sof', a sleaaiship. north to York, Canadians at Val- rarller.'' 'Ho .was commission in the'stli Battalion. ______ Whoil-.Uttlo ones aro Rraull Orderlies; is of- ten thiilcanse. Sold only bv J. D. Hltinbotliam ft 'Co., Unified The Kcsall 'Store, 10c, 25c >0c boxp- the lall ol 18 b Ml 1 ullwood accompameu- ny a; in me lan oi >o i" squad oi'onlv six men. 'includ-! quit the lurcc Ins Al-ell.llgl bcini viip.'had been his or-; signed b, Col Junes'. Maoleod ...B. Pullwcod, derlv. for some time For some tl it he deriv. for some time. Major For some je-rs -mrr and'bis little command rode into the, pcd, hunted guided and acted hostie camp w-here-hundrRus oi in tilt sou riors stood ready raidj Alliort-i .orku there ninn.inr Thdv ntmii iliat nicllt in line -into -Mtintil ithcrn of riors Kloou xeam lucre mu ei and plunder. They slept that night in i line... into Montana: the midst oi the camp, anil when: -Mr. -Millwood w.s une of the lust morniiiK came a council was held party of police that found toil ill AI wHh Sitting. Bull- and his berla. Uthuigh tVj well tin hist1 when the Indians were told firmly white men to und it aw i, 1m ki and positively that they could re- around liii 1'elrr ndlci i un oils main in' Canada -only n they observed the laws. Attended Famous Council I was also present al the council which held when Oencial ''net man in conim ind ob the 1'lalte trict lame rorth to the Hills to induce fitting Bull to si render lo the '-Unittd Ststck author, ties and go south and on i ie sonation, offering him ill soils of irie-Kll) treatrreut ind consideia tion 'writes Anting Hull ,ns hot hatinp inj' 'lusl 'hen Ik lit I Ct 11 west rountrv no the Red Deci ,nd cunped one. at'the inoiill1 of T cteek which he named ledge (oil CiccK on letount of the ledges of coal that croppctjioul tneic Ihis eierk is cillcd the Rosebud. .But Fiuler's d hid long been f it Ind uci been made public then an I lull ood s dl unii, un credltihl, H said to be probably the oi llu I while people in Ire wes4 The Circumstances The, had killed i huflaki Jnd nmped to cat ptelu hunei, O! lilll'LH L ItlJIfcll n.. "-----a TO! c d i he interp et i., could talk Sioux nil rijtpl hi'is i im stuet i i don -5 Lnjlaad on a purely scientific bas- Dairying on imf-i.. is spelling cleanliness throughouli is exemplified no more clearly {ban at the local plant oi .the Crystal nam. Thirteenth street, is tcciion of sediment ol other foreign matter, lhe testing is carried out by experts. Butter Never .Touched In the butter making the butler is never once touched bj hands The cream is turned fust into a vat it lies until lead- fol the huge churn, which is of producing 300ft Ibs. in a daj From the churn the butter is ladled lo the butter cutter cut into pound punts and ladled again to the wrappers withoul being touched b, h inds i f -V !i, The plant has two ice cream ina chines eich capable of producing ten shoot of the Carlylc Daily, 0, ,ce cream at one one of the biggest concerns..ot its 1Si present handling be- kind in the west. SO and 60 gallons of roilkr but The Crystal .Hairv is ptactica. a [on mcntioned of new industry in Lethbndge, but since .'jf throiiRh the pistcuriief its cslahlislimcnt, the management: n ions a day, so-that has displayed enterprise the 5 UOU for extension oi the P.Iant and ..building. Iulu" ----------_ Today ih lhe Crystal Dairy, rather commencing next Monday to h- accurate, it will bcvpossihle, as a result of recent installations, to pas- teurize between and 1000 Rallons of hiilk per day. The instal.atipn..011 Winnipe, I Heavy Frosts in Winnipeg District HgellK-lH.- la Jl..l.J..yo to -surroundim: towns. New Pasteurizer The new pasteurizing machine. huiie affair, comparatively speaking. It has a capacity for 300 galtons, of n-ilk ?t one'time. Its mleriol is fined with aluminum. Steam is turn- ed into coils which revolve and heat the milk to the proper temperature. To cool the milk again after steamy ing turned into the coilb and liter tne hi me, which lowers the tcmperiturc of the milk to almost The milk ib then stored in i picked ,ce until u ,d, tot deliver, I'lnfindat m southern Alberta 'ihr tpparitus fol the handling o bottles ,nd milk cans is also most Ihe bottle-x, ishmg contra- ces gaunter ihsoluta don Ihi bottles ,iu lirn iinsed in i vnili immntion then cleinsed ,uth I ro i hill iiubhcs thin bl caned The 'sinir proLPSs 45 idopled with the