Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
II .....1 I..I----------__ Ill .1.II1M1 Cardston Budget Cardston, June Sunday, the, The family ami effects of Mr. Jas. 17th inst., the Taylorville School Hampton were removed from the house nearest the creek this morn- held its annual conference. Stake Supt. Mark A. Coombs and aids ot- tcnded accompanied by Pres. Thos. Duce. 4- That of the Iviniball Ward was held j on the 3lst, last Sunday. The stor- j my weather was no doubt quite a liindrance to the members of the school who are upon ranches. Those living in the village were out in force however and an enjoyable programme The visitors were not lacking in was m I0wn ou numbers on account of the storm, i Business for the firm. ing as the water was approaching un-1 comfortably near. There is no im-1 mediate danger oi the- house going j down stream unless the force of the I current changes. j Should the storm continue much; longer there may be some losses to! we hope for the best. Kimbal! Dairy Mr. Thos. Low of Low Jensen, thr> proprietors of rhp. Kimh.-iil Wednesday He was In Summer food is needed than in winter. But it is essential that summer food be palatable and nutritious. That is why the best of all summer foods is at the turn of the stream, it rounds thy K.X.VV.M.P. Barracks he found him caught by the clothes on a bush, reaching him just as the bush.gave way. Though he'hudswul lowed some water he was not uncon- scious and apart irotu a. g'Ootl wett- ing and a terrible fright is none thoj worse for his adventuiv. We are much pleased to see Mr. BRIDGES WASHED AWAY BY RAGING TORRENTS Bres. Duce accompanied Stake Supt, ,showin? with pride a fine sample Coombs, 1st JaS. S. Park-l of the the cheese factory cr and Mr. Wm. Henderson, of the i ncm" beinA operated by Messrs. Gar- Union Board were on hand from Mountain View, as well as Mr. De- diner McKendrick. While not yet j fully cured the sample shows excel-1 Voe Woolf of Cardston, another qualit-v and be5Peaks a I live member of the Union Board. Special stress is being laid on the names and duties of and local church authorities and the necessity for respecting and sustain- I Kdgar Ash on the street again. Some The flood is not likely to beat the two months or more ago he had the j misfortune; to nieot with an accident which necessitated the amputation of I.........- LI., fllJlvr viiv who lately Edmonton, returned Saturday morn- pects by Saturday. i returned from West Virginia, U.S.A.' iag and report having had an excep.! Mrs' entertained a i, Other Conferences will be held at; Mr. Archie Nielsen has been absent tionally good time. They were much ,ladies (married) Wednesday after- Aetna on June 14th and Beazer on over two years in the mission field.' impressed with the working of the occasion being her birthday the 21st inst. AT LEAY1TT Pres. Edw. J. Wood with the He received a hearty welcome On all Grand Lodge and the inspiration they second councillor S. Williams paid the Lea- Ward a visit yesterday. The re- gular Sabbath School session and afternoon meeting were attended. j received will are sure be of real The infant child of Mr. J. T. Brown i benefit to the lodge in Colenian. are sorry trerne illness to chronicle the ex- of little Miss Lottie P. Burns' driver says that the water .j was over the deck of the bridge this morning when he drove over it from the company's slaughter house. Water Rose Fast was no Baptist service on it nnpossi- are shooting has been seriously ill for the past few There days. At 6 o'clock this morning Dr. [Sunday, the rain making. Brant reported some improvement, jble for Rev. Mr. Sargent to. attempt Another case of serious nature is' reported at the home of Mr. E. Bark- er. The youngest child there is also the ride from Blairraore. jEscott, who has been under the doc- j tor's care for a week past as a re- 'suit of a heavy cold on her lungs. Mrs. Win. Graham is also on the sick list with an attack of pueumon- .grain and grass crops tipward most rapidlv. "jsuffering severely through the nieas- The people are progressive and con- I jfS attendaf We trust tha1; rest of Udent of the future development of may and other v n m of a more favorable nature. their beautiiul valley. To afford bet-1 Ihe station agent states that a mile ter accommodations for the Sabbath 2Ur. S. Van Valin, whose brother 3Ir. Harrv -ins. one of the pro- toured through B. C. and Alberta prietors of the livery stable is mov- with Rev. Mr. Bean is taking a much [ing into premises lately vacated by and other gatherings they are planning to enlarge their hall by TTtfl.king an addition on the west end of their present structure of about 24 feet by 30. This would give a i of track is out of use between Mac- few weeks towns. Mr. Win. Evans. Fine weather at last but even to- This has been one of the wettest i day there was a struggle for a time three weeks on record. With onlyanjbut "Old Sol" won out. And now altogether too small for the po- pulation of the ward. JUKE EXCURSION _ leod and Lethbridge as a result of the let UP .'or a day or part [the water is fast running off and all ;nf B rlmr OT n _.- -_ __ wet weather. The firm of H. Allen Co., been pretty ceived a visit from its head week. Pres. AUen was looking re-ihaps been markably well and seems to enjoy his Uty of rainl'2jl is concerned. There of a day at a time, the fall of rain of washouts and floods is ap- for that! parently past and a few-weeks more j with weather like today and nature The past, three days have per- j the worst so far as auan- iw Cardston trips. Mr. Otis Terrv and wife have re- The first passengers south on the: turned to Alberta from Gridley. Cali- excursion for the Mutual Im- fornia. The climate there was a con- provement conference in Salt Litke stant menace to Mr. Terry's City went out yesterday. Few local people took the first train however. Mr. Frank Lamb was the only one from Cardston. It is rumored that -he is seeking a location elsewhere. Tickets will be on sale for the next ufi.ys. llEAL ESTATE people have faith in Alberta Jands. Who can better know their who have been here and while his appearance health shows Quan- j indeed be rose garlanded and we shall have forgotten the past un- is now great danger of washouts the mountain streams having grown to be such foaming torrents. Men are on UK watch however so that warn- ing will be given in time. The I. C. C. Co. are commencing strongly the effects of his illness, we. active operations towards increasing trust our climate will soon rejuvenate! number of their coke ovens bv hiin. Mr. Terry went up to the material on the ground where he once lived, with a view readiness to build. Already thev making a location on' the about two hundred and we un- uerstand it is the purpose of the com Kumor says that more of the prodi- Sor years. Mr. Lorenzo Hausen has just clos- ed a sale for the west half of the north west quarter of section 14, 2, 25. This land lies immediately south the village of Aetna. The purch- aser is Mr. 2SL W. Tanner, who is ma- nager for several eastern parties with lands in that vicinity. A sale in the same section was re- cently made by Mr. Arvin J. Stod- a fact of which time-honored words of the Aun.n- likelihood' of another and the may welliite blcssing. One and all of thepeo- to that of 1903. j be Proud, but a great deal yet remains !plc of Coleman unite in him Yesterday the waters of Lee's Creek iGod as he dspa-Ls were creeping back toward normal conditions. Last night's storm has Eternal vigilance is required in or-j der that the friends of the Lord's Day' sent the creek up to the danger may keep what have gained. once more. One pair of piles has gone out from the foot bridge near Mr. Ibey's residence and while the span still hangs, it is dangerous to attempt to cross it as the unsupport- ed portion may drop at any moment. On Main street the foot bridge is out of business owing to the water cov- ering the approach. The other side are active and are op- posing it with all the desperation of a strong but losing game. OWLS AT CHURCH The Order of Owls will parade and attend divine service at the Baptist Tabernacle tomorrow morning. Rev. Wm. Reid will preach. There has been no chocolate produced in any country equal to Cowan's Maple Buds This is a confection every one should boy, COWAN TORONTO We are pleased to -veico.-ie i] Ouimette, late of Red Deer, to Cole- man. Mrs. Ouimette is the wife o the senior partner of the firm, that lately bought out the business of J M. Hill Co. The monthly report of the public school shows much that is encourag- ing. The total enrollment for May is 135 which for the three rooms if so divided would mean 45 in each This means that m0re accommoda- must soon be provided and another assistant. The Society of Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian 'Church will .'from this on hold their meetings on Wed- nesday evenings as formerly. j Coleman, June nearly Proved a fatal accident occurred to- day. While some children were play- ing on the banks of the swollen crock one of their number Benny Cornu'ihky about five years of age fell into tho. foaming torrent and was rapidly cai- ried down the stream. Fortunately Mrs. Smart was passing and her cries brought Mr. Edward "JX In'.es, the boy's uncle, to the rescue. Just Carl C. Peterson is staying in irige, being engaged for the set son by the baseball club to play with them. Mr. A. Williams has employed a cook for the summer and fall. Sunday school was not held last Sunday morning on account of the rain but there was preaching in the evening by the Rev. Mr. Scragg who has returned from High River where jhe has been attending the Methodise district meeting. He will only be here a short time more and then some one else will be sent to take L.is place. Prayer meeting was held last Sat- urday evening at Mr. Moss' but. on account of the rainy weather there were very few in attendance. Mr. Dollar Hide, of Bowville, receiv- ed quite a serious kick last Monday morning-, a stallion kicking him in the forehead. He is able to be up and around. Miss Ella Brancivold is going to work in Lethbridge in the near fu- ture. She was in town last Tuesday looking after the position, accompan- ied by Mr. Lynn Burns. Mr. Ed Reynolds was in Lethbridge last Wednesday on business. Mr. Harry Hancy has insured 113 of wheat and oats against losa by hail. That is what all of the armers should do now, before the hail stonns begin. For further infor- mation sec B. W. White, S.E. 19- 13-21. long time, possibly two weeks before any trains can get to Cardston. The I nl O T> f under the river and they are at pres- ent unable to estimate what their loss At the Yarmouth Y. M. C. A. Boys' !amp, held at Tusket Falls in August, I found MTNAHD'S LJNI- NT most beneficial for sun burn, an immediate relief for colic and toothache. ALFRED STOKES, General Secretary. Every new family that comes to Western "Canada should be users of Royal Crown Soap right from the start. Ask any of the people you settle near, and they will tell you it is the best soap to use. It is specially made for the West. The water in this country is very hard. Royal Crown Soap is made from a special formula to suit this hard water. p Don't begin your life in the West by using any other soap, and thus wasting money and getting poor results. Tests made show that 6 bars of Royal Crown Soap do more work than 8 bars of ordinary soap. Royal Crown Soap will save you money. It is easier on the clothes. It washes whiter than ordinary soaps. Don't make the mistake of starting with any but Royal Crown Soap. You will find that your neighbors are using it as they know it is the best soap for use in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Start right away and save your wrappers for premiums. We will send a list of premiums free to any who ask for it. Royal Crown Soap has been in use almoit exclusively for over 20 years in Western Canada. THE ROYAL CROWN, Ltd. WINNIPEG the two days previously. faJlen on six days of the and the total rainfall has been six inches. The record is Sunc? 0.18, Monday 0.33, Tuesday 0. Wednesday clear. Thursday 1 14, I day 0.95 and Saturday 2.92. barometer is rising and the prospejt for a cessation of this phenome rainfall can be confidently looked Compared with the rainfall m M 1902, when the last flood occurr it is not so great, eleven inches h ing fallen during that month. Nearly Three Inches of Rain Through kindness of Mt. St. Farran, the C.P.Pv. engineer here, Herald has secured some interest figures on the river levels. In 19' the flood level -ivas 2680.5 feet the sea-level and at the latest port just received as the paper is ing to press says that the pres level is Higher than it was this ning and is still rising. The reported now is just two inches low the flood level of 1902 record of the rise of the river s last Monday is Monday 2.666 3 T4 day 2663.2. Wednesday 2670.2 Tht day river subsided to 2667.8, morning it was 2673 and in the tcrnoon 267-1. This morning it 2673 and now is about 26SO a still rising. Rain is said to falling in diff cnt parts of the country but the g< eral thought is that the Hood l' seen its worst. The excessive rainfall is sorts of things to take place. Vt Coaldale corner the water was runni inches deep over the sidewalk day. Men with rubber boots w< carrying others across the rushi waters' The Balmoral cellar v, flooded also. Men and tea were out ploughing waterwr on the streets to get water into the runways where it c get away to join the surging of the Belly River instead of quie': stagnating in cellars and basemen'-' COUTTS NEWS Mrs, Mclntosh, late of the CoutJ Restaurant, has taken charge of t' Uncle Sam Hotel. C. F. Norris, is moving his exp-i ive stock of groceries, dry gooc ?tc.. into his new quarters. Mrs. Chisholm, who has been vis ng at Thos. Tennant's ranch, has umed home to Vancouver. Colonel Mackie of the'Mackie rax vas in town last week. H. Tennant, custom's officer is Lethbridge on business. Miss Mantle is visiting her un cnator Lea Mantle, at Buiie, M aaa. BRIDES EN ROUTE Montreal, June 125 ish immigrants, who arrived here ay on the Donaldson line AthenJ e twenty young women bound western points, where they will net and married by young men T preceded them to Canada.