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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, .Tune 10, 1012 TIT'K .F, DAILY ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS Aftoi-jH hws passed through our JiiDls' and wnrehouscs. Tt Ivi aold (o you with every gnaruntcc-ol' jioiTect purity, it Is all that, yroat boric, body anil mind building power tUat Rood flour should always HOSBUHB. Get a sack an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. JIJLLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH CONfRATULATEB REV. MR. PERRY CONGREGATION EXTEND GREET. INGg.Tp PASTOR ;ON RECENT. j LV, CONFERRED HONOR In Weilay-'lUethodifiL Church .last Evening, fay a. standing vote of the con 'firagatloii; thtf fdllowlng motion, mov- bj- O. D. AuBtln aud seconded by Ilivors, was passed, congratulat- Jnp Rov. T. P. Parry, pastor of the Chureb, on file appointment, as presl- Went-of tho Alberta, Methodist confer- to 'tfhich .Jlr., Perry replied iu ytn appToprlate manner. "That we, the Jnombors :ind friends Weiley.-Church, iu'cpngregation :is- extend to onv uaator. KGV. T. P. Perry, our hoartiosL mid most sin- cere congratulations upon the signal conferred' upou him by fbrathvon of Lhc-Aluqrla conference, in him president. "That -we believe tho honor is iully and. could come to no more mBinber'of-thc conference. "That as-.a church aiid congre feation, ;feel that ive are Iionorod also in having a man thus honored by hie .brethren, os our pastor, and fregret that tbe duties of his responsi- ble position will take him from the church a good deal during1 'the year, lwe--wIH cheerfully agree to accept-mid support whatever arrangement may ho made lo supply for him.during tbe occasions of his absence." WERE FISHING WITHOUT LICENSE .BUY. RAILWAY BONDS Brantford 'n-ill vote on the purchase- ,.tof .hands of tho.Lake Erie wild Northern railway. NEW JOB FOR' A BUSY MAN June re- con'mendatibn of Dr. .Icsaop, M. r'..P. for Lincoln, Ab. Tnf- ford of Beamsvllle has been jfr appoIuLad Deputy Game'" War- deii. In -addition to his new S- also.holds die follow ing Chief of ri- police. Janitor of'the town hall, bill -poster, auctioneer, real es- tate agent, onnnnger oC the op- era liousc, jailer, county con- btable, noxious weed inspector, truant ofllper, .special aulonio- hllc catcher, general publicity fr agent for Beamsvlllc and deji- cou In church. SEVERAL FINED AS PRELIMINARY WARNING NEWS OF BELLEVUEV Hfillcvuc; June M. BU jciurnccl .Saturdav Iroiu. a' week's business trip to iiur- neLt leaves ylioctly for ari extended trij) Lo. Lbc Peace'Hiver country. Mrs. P. llarl and. ycra, leCt last night tor Metlicine Hat, hpie they visit, Mrs. H-arL's iiigliUa, Mrs. Vclkcr. Jus: of Hlairmore, spent yesterday ,in loU'-n arranging for- .HII auction sale to he held in a few days. Adam Lorinier, formerly of Lliis place, Imt living .in conducted Uie. Cervices in tlic jileUio- cliureli on Smuhiy in the absence of Rev. U'. H. Irwin, who is at'the McvcraJ ,Lliavet- ,i'licen hrojisht' in ami fined-tor fishing wilhnut a license. No doubt., ainnle to others and help them to comply willi the new regulations re-1 ganling- fisliing the Pass. A miner named Flesetlca, while j minitiK a pillar Saturday mooiing, I was by a Fall ui coal and so j badly crushed ahout the head that he had Lo he .moved to Illift- hospital, ivhcrc. lie ii' under ,Lhc Ilr. Mackenzie. His recovery is. doiihttul. there have been six or seven niincrs Injuvcrt, none fatally. "All have been hurt in the sauic by a [all of coal or. ruck. Tlie Bnllcvuc football team went to Coal C'rcok to play a lea- gue game with tlic Coal Creek Leani. The bjcore was u. tic, .2-2. This mates four games won and one draw ion the liellcvuc Jioys. As the schedule- 'is just half played it looks as. if the Mutz cup would Bellevnc. FOUR WITHOUT A m Record of Scholars at Westminster, School Children's Day Cele- bration Vcfclerilay "Cbllilron's Day" at WuHtmlnaier .MelliutliKt Church, uud Ihu three services woro devoted to the Sunday school. In the morning, the lltlle oneb occupied tbu centre seats, and the pastor, llev. A. A. Lytle, ad- dressed bin Gcnnoii to Uie primary wurk In Sunday aclioolb- In Hit afternoon, the Sunday school exercises look tlic regular form, with very Interesting exception'. The Superintendent, .Mr. John Tor- ranee read u list of scholars who were lo recognition for regular attendance. This list, did not include the superintendent and several other officers, hut ivuy confined to Lhc young er. members of the school.. .The school has been at work for four yeurg, and it has two on Its list of scholars who never "missed n Sun- day. They were .Miss .Miuuie Laver- IcU, and Mr. Marcus Dnnsivortb. Three years wliiiouL missing: Fran- cis Dunsworth, Alark Cyril Holt, Leon Dims worth. Zera Duus- Gray and'Harold Dray. Two years! perfect., Myrtle Killaui, fletu Watson, flva Wat son, Robert Kergau, James Kcrgan, Daisy Holmes. Oue year's perfect ISmmerson, Alice Doe, Ernest Wit- son, Ernest Wilson, .Murcl Reed, Fred Holmes. Mr. Tumi rice presented each one with a neat liitle gold star phi, which1 can be worn willi pardonable pride.. The school in recognition lion-i ore.d oii-ss gave the. Chatu.nn.ue sal.ule. The evening service took .the form of platform jjieetinj. Q.ver thirty members of'the. intermediate and tjan- ior classes constituted the choir, iind iiccompanVRil by the orchestra, and led by ifrs. Alexander, rendered insulting music. .Mrs. Holt, T. W. Quayic the uustor gave (lie addresses. The subjects were the call or the Sundity school to mother. Live father'u, the( teacher- and, the pna- tp'r. !-There. large .congregation the bright-service was thoroughly eujoj.etl.__ __ TJie attendance at die school lerday was an even '200. It is the largest in the DOCTORS SAID IT WAS HEART FAILURE And SIN Mi Dp-Bill Cured Me MUORFIELD, ONf., MAXCII 3511.1. "I suffered from severe Indigestio and DyspeptiU for ueurly two yeara. I could tiot take food without fcuTu distress, i Two doctors thought, m disease was Heart Failure and incurable aud I. expected to die in a abort time lily soil asked inelo From the outset, I was better an gradually, this fruit medicine complete! cured nie. I tool: pcrliApl a am cured mid Lave gained over 3 pounus ID HENRY SIMlERS (Justice of IJeace "I'ruit-a-lives" arc sold by all dealer at SDC box, 6 for trial tsiie or sent on. receipt of pricX'by FruJt-a-live Limited, Otlawa, SUSPENDED ONE HALF THE DUTY GOVERNMENT GOES HALF-WA TO.MEET THE WESTERN BUILDERS' EXCHANGES OUa'wa, J-une lO.r-Owing Lo Ih the supply of cement, .ill ccv-ernment, in xoinpllance with Mi request of Western builders' c.vcban, cs for oE Vlie duly, lia Biiependcd oue-halC Ine duly on For land cement aiiti hydraulic or wate lime 'in barrels, or casks. Th tiat-e of will ue from .inn 12 to October 31, botli days Inclusive Such a remission is eiiulvalenl t about twenty-six cents per barrel, o three hundred and rlfiy pounds, der the 211 cents under Ihe In termediate, and under tli nreferentlal. MAGRATH DOINGS Magvath, ant meeting of Uic 'Women's .Relief past two..week's! Society, of the 'Raymond ward was OIL STOVE EXPLODED Mrs. Henry Heinhardt, aged 48, 'was fatally huvued, and her infant graiiil- daiightei, Margaret Ferrior, seriously injured by (lie explosion of an oil stove In Berlin, Ont, The. woman, with her clothing on fire, tried lo save ilierself by rolling in the grass outside. THERE is no kind of lumlior into so much Junk la put as lathe. The result ie bud work. We know Ihlff and liavc laid ourselves nut to supply only Selected lathi. Gci- r-ny for this extra trouble will, come In continued satisfied trade'. Try us today. Farmers' Lumber Co.Lld- Operating Yards In Southern AlbMM! See our big sign 'LBTirKiirDGI LUMinvK VAKD" Tlio yjird all live. JBfU.o.riu! held last Tliui'stlay "afternoon tin first ward chapel. Besiiles Ihe local ofllcers there were in attendance the members of Hie staice presidency, McCarty, fiercer and ley, the last two named being from iUagrath. Bishoi) Anderson was also present and gavc.sonie valuable ad- vice to the. members of the society, which liaa for ils objecL.thc uplift of humanity. Inasmuch as Uic reorgan- ization the new ward in RfiymoiiU left the first ward without two coun- sellors, a secretary, a treasurer and an organist, this matter of" business was dealt with. varJouB pOBiUons were filled by tho .following ladies; First counsellor, All's. Card; second counsellor, Sirs, U. Klrkliaiii; treas- urer, Mrs. "Woolley: secretary, Mrs, JJacon; organist, Jlrs. A short iiroprani was rendered consisting :.df talks nnri musical numbers, after which a light luncheon wns served.1-A very enjoyable ufternoon was espeul by the .members of the associatioij. The meeting will be ilield in ward separately, nild will .take jilace one wccK from next. Thursday afternoon. Lynn Gibli and James Mercer re- furned Ibis week from Provo, where tlicy liavo been, nttemling (lie lirighjuii Young- university. Mr. GIbn is contemplating going: Lo ''Germany tin's ftill (o lluisn his studicB. in vo' music, nnd A Jr. -.Mercer will Jcave- fn (be Rfirly aiitnuin for a mission lo Ihe Northern Statce. .Miss Jjowella Bone nml Orin wern (pilelly mjiiTlcd lost Mondiiy by the llcv. Mr. Smith. They will innkp l.lielr liumc on Mr. Gnrney's A. Miller has installed two new lablcu in his pool hall [his week, and now lina KiiflicicjiL accommodatioiiB for bis numinous imlrons. Ucv, Mr. Smith ls a'ffny (his week ID the (Jeiicrnl Assemhly of the Pres- bylm'inn church, which is In session, lit TSdmnnlon. Vruighan, of the up-to-date har- bfir shop of Kaymond. will oueu a shop In (lie building noxl door to the posl. olflce. Mr. Vauglian is n barber or IOIIK exporloncc. ami ,lie will no doubt be well iialronlied. He is u jiroi'cspioiial singer nnri will thus nmKc a valuable addition (o Hie musi- cal frntcrnily. AbvERTISES CAFE IN BIBLE SENTENC Geneva, June the pi-oprletress of a cafe in Zuricl conceived the idea that curtain yhras es in tbe Bible could be employed a. advertisements far hei1 cstabllshmen She, therefore, had several phrases STich a's "Gome to me and I giv -ran "Abide--whli-- jne." etc liainted on th'e HID cute. M. Liecliti, in1 a lal ler-to the local ed this inanuer of 'advertising I: strong terms, linil brought an iictioii'' for llhel againa him, clQiming ?200 da'inaucs. Tli action ivaa tried uL. Zurich muKth president described :the" as" "a impudent advert I and ordei ed 'ihe plaintiff ,to .pay all costs ani 'to the pus tor for a charity. The president further i staled thai he could noj. order th Biblical .phmsee to be obliterated un der the preseutj socie however, are taking up .the casi on other eronnds, in..''order lo stoj what is considered to be a ecamial. MINISTER CHARGED-. WITH MURDER New Sweden. charge of murder, the Hev. Clias, K Melius, a Lutheran minister, was ai rested here today. -He is accused o having killed ibis father-in-law, Edga Jacobson, on June 12, 1911. The Jo oil authorities at tbe time pronouncei Jocobsou's death a case of suicide, bu representatives of 'the Attorney-Gen eral's office maintain' that he was murdered. BARRISTER DEAD John J. .Stevens, for years a bar- In Is in Ham- ton, a.ijcii 7h J. D. Higliib'otham. Co, up to date d.riLg'gisl'-s.. have scor- ed another. oin t. Tho-y luivo a la-rgc slook -of -.tliat re noli .Tome, VIGORQL ;nid been tho sole,; I'ur "JjeUibridn'o. I'lvejy always on the lookout for the best in every thing lu the drug Hue. '.Mr. Iligmhotliam has placed in stuck a large consign- ment of the Great French Tonic VIGOHOL. livery day nature is providlup UH willi eoniCLlifng. now. The livlest, medicine on the innrkci. In (Xanadu la VlttOIl- QL. WI-3AK and UUX-DOWiN" Men, Women and Children onu now bo made strong and healthy. livery home should contnln n nolUe of tlic Tonic lliat is a Tonic, The whole hunijin system Is at once loiicil up. That tired, dragging fooling disappears and life be- comes .1 joy. If you are not .lust fceliiiK yourself, go lo J. Hlg- Juhothain it Co.'s drug store, and set n bolllo of VIGOROL. If you don 'l feel belter In Iwcnty- four F.O back ami get your money, VIGOKOIj .ads on ihfi kidneys, liver ami. blood is a uoworful flosh and 'syatcm builder. Price per bollle.'i BIG ROUND-UP IS IN PROGRESS GREAT INCREASE IN STOCK IN MACLEOD FORSTER INQUEST Maclcod, Jimp Jlade-in-Caii- ada train attracted people from Crows Nest on the -west to Monarch on.Ihe cant, and promptly at 3 p.m. this great train drew up to the plal- itirm of the C.P.K. (tapol, ihe doors opened and waiting moved info and through tlic train contain- goods made in Canada. -Many, were ihe .surprises that our own country manufactures so many lines lor evi-ry day use. Our yloih-} ing, food, house ami- kitchen ware, machinery Tor the .so that Lhc building of a home may noiv have goods made in Canada. This continued until 5 p.m., when Uic council and board of trade took those charge ol the train lor -a rim around the Ld'wn and llicy .satt" the farms which have grown .lie wheat that has niadn Canada, wilh Alberta, and the Maeleod rt'is- .rict in particular, famous. At 8 p.m. the exhibit was opened again, mil at 9.30 Professor Haich gave his llustralcit and interesting lecture on. JanaJa ami its growth, concluding' that Canada is today the wheat pro-" o[ and AH Western Canada Agency, Ltd. in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS and FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GHEASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS 'HOOFING IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER-......' BOLTS, NUTS, COACH ETC. aUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Ltd. FIRST AVE., SOUTH' LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. SWEET VALLEY Sweet .June Airs. Fetterly oC Vet wood was calling on MTB. Jay nickctt one day laaL week. The entertainment box social held at (he school house. Frlday'niirht was a. grand W.taedt .Centre. ItoBemead. Coin a'nd Ye-twood wore all represented. Porty-two boxes were sold, bringing t lie 'amount- or ?4S. Lemonade was sold 'lor 'five-cents a glass and u flih conducted which swelled the funds to'-r 957.45- herta is leading all the provinces in This amount will-almost complete the .he wonderful production ol lic'r.fam- ous wheat. The annual round-up of cattle tar, .lie dislriet in progress Urn orcincn confess the largest branding of Calves for several years. The cat; Ic are all in good shape, and beef plentiful. Shipments will begin tlic asl week in and prices de- manded exceed all previous years. Never in-the bistoiy of Maelend listricL were the crops promising so iiucli. Fanziers are all jubilant, ovnr he prospects ol plenty of hay and grain. The jury's'verdict, in Uic Fprstet who was killed on the C.P.K. vliilc on duty, was evidently from vant of .sufficient tracks for repair :nd work tiains .on the ,11111 in linr, ;hcre construction ivort is carried >n. Rev. E. S. anil Mis. Bishop rclurn- d from tbe Alberta, .conlerence, eld in Edmonton and will remain in. laclcod for another'year, much Lo he delight, of his congregation. Dur- ng bis pastorale, .the .Methodist, Imicli lias- grown .very, r.isi, as l-he argc that, greet him each iiiuday proves. J. .W. McDoiinld and W- Gray spent as't" week in'Calgary court, 'licrc they .'presented the ease'of ilie onrieinned inan for the rcceiit mur- Br .nt Tilrflnk. The nsKcsKor's vahiaV-ion anil assess-1 icnt of property under the single "tax I giving entire satisfaction. It is I spec ted when the court of revision, iccls on June SOtli, l-licy will -have othing to do. Building permits for the past week arc exceeded all previous records iuildcrs report, no shortage of build- ng lualcrials. ELLISMERE Blliimeie, June .Lone -Star, gave an Ice laat wuek which- a. c'eaB. A .large 're- corded, which was good cohi'Idering the cool eytning. A numbev of the people from this district took In the ipclal. D. Shields, yin. ahields and.-.iwe children, also former Mayor and Mrs. 'Beclt of. Taber, autoed out to Kev, McBrayne's .and STUDENTS: MARRED CARNEGIE ABERDEEN TALK hairs and Rugs Hurled About Room Quiet Returned He: Gave Advice London; June scenes mrkocl the "'deli very-of Andrew Car- effie's rheiorical address at Aberdeen niversity ai to- ay. The the number of whom as large, hurled clwlrs find rugs uont the hall and kept up nn incee- din, singing anil whistlmg, but ly permitted fron to roceed. Alter he had begun, the rowdyism ia reaumed, but the osed with rousing cheers for Mr. id Mrs. OTiiegie. iMr. Carnegie advised (he atudentt 5 "remain 'Leelotiillers until you have ccomc mllUonnii'Cs." ONE IN PULPIT; ONE IN THE PEWS The aged rector of Hollon, a pleaeunt, lit Vie Somersetshire village, had Uic curious exper- ience on a recent Sunday o' crniuliicling a service whereat llicre was only one the TPpveaenla- tivc of a well known London weekly. The two, surrounded by emp- ty pews, .went through the full Anglican service, w.Kh many nugels, agi the rector said, as their cpnipnnloiia. The rcrtcr (Tlev. Josdpli Sor-- all hough over eighty, conducted the service In a vigorous anc] .devoted niimner, ]n an able sermon, dealing the subject of the AsceriBlon, he said (lint unforLuniiluly for England there 'was a decay In religions worship. There was -only one hymn, wblrli was and not SUIIR. price o-r .an organ for which-Jl tended. "Much credit is due lli'ose.syho took pari. in the program comniltlee were pleased with1'-their succeas, all due to tlic superintendent, H. Hunter. On. Thursday old .child of Harry Lynk .ytook violently ill. Dr. Woodcock 'WRH Immcdintely called and pronounced. HITBailment ap- pendicitis. The. clilld. was taken -to the doctor's residence1, that eyenine, and from there conveyed to the hos- pital in Lcthbrldge in .an auto, and operated on at eight ,6'clocli that morning. Although tho -Appendix bad burst there is still for. tbe little' fellow. Tbo mother and" Hither fire ''remaining in Lethbridge for days.; Olio Baughinan mide-'a trip with wheat lo Garniangajv returniiJe Chnnipion, hriuginer home a yellow wheel single buggy, AHas Smith yiaiied.on rrlSRy-'wIlh Miss Paulson. .air. Turley' and .Mr, breaking for f- From they go scroas tiie ykiieY'tor'a. k amount of, ivork. ,'Mrs. Baughraan, JrrB.v.Tiirley and Til'rs. llohlen were Yptwood shop'pers Wedneeday aftevudoTi. -Quite a number have been -lp Letli ridge this last week attending1 tlie .hearing of Bert Horton Graham. son Lynk" died Sunday morning at .nine o'clock, June 2nd., JL ineSBage reached here to this effect', re- Thft family sympnlby of the entire neighborhood ami friends. SMrs. Toys and'baby are here visit-' ing her mother, Mvsi Foailer.- Considerable complaint? is ''being made as to tbe cut worms: work ing- In sonic of Uic fields, mostly, in: the laie sowing. A CONTEST IN ALL: RIDINGS N.B., Lib- erals of York County in. convention, yesterrlay Tiomliiftled icU, Geo. A. Burden, .W'. J, Osborne, and Alexander .The ment has candldatei norninated ID ev- ery constituency, and the opposition In all hut Norlhinnberlaml, but'this Will he announced in a day or. two, il' IH said. toot dinner and speirt. the .afternoon. Andrew Anderson, hms left- fpr: couple of mopthg lo Baroni.-. N'. A. Bataideu, B. V. and J. 3. ifcBrayne nuifwd Into Lethbrldie recently 'and spent a couple1 of days. Mrs. .Bataklen-and Mn. McBriyne; aiiloMi into Taber recently, .the .latter renewing old Both .re- port a very pleasant time. Afrs. Nelson anrt Mrs. A. Dickson spent the afterncwu oi May 24th- with Mrs. McBrsyne." This1, district was fortunate to a good soaking Tain a 'week ago and consequently the crops are ing the beRt-ln lili district -ot' any! the writer- has aeen since.' Neld Ba.kkow is helping 0. this week wHh his spring.. ploughing. 'in a recent issue .of the Howmcad items the correspondent took o.ccfl- slon to nienLion Agorae grandfather notes cpneurning -monkey wrencheB, whipB, etc., 'which were to 'sljc In evidence in "this .diitrlct. .The .writer' had .hoard' of this time ago hut did not conilder It of Importance: We are glftd to- .Know.-.; some pebpic have grandfattiers, and 'we aiV'also told that some party .had {or-look-for nnother, liappy; home- be- tween Sim's and .and this was. not in Blliemere-eitheTV J-L T, Snider, is busy fencing 'a.; half section. party of twelve last Sunday to a'diKk'dlo- .SCHOOL REPORT OF ELLISMERE SCHOOL 'April May Grade G. Ilia Snider, 751.; .grade 3, Carrie 852; gradfl a. Roy -grade 3, GertleiSnid- er, grade 2, Marie Rolillllard, 874; grade'.' 2, Leo 2, 7G2; grade DiHard Ho- billard, 433; grade 1 Albert 151; grade 1 (h) Eme] Nayhm, H2T; ftTude 1 lb) Mary. grade 1 JohsnoB. Lep'part, primer grade, Ronald Brio Deva SwiDaliart, Orya'SnjiL The total xaairki powlblft for and G 900; for grade 2, TOGO. Those nameB followed ;hy an iik indicate-pupils 'who S. A. Fas ken, V For 20 days in good business property CORNER ftEOPATH AND ;12th on Avc., ,125 leet on street, has goml, 8 -room modern house, rented for J4D.OO month. This IB Without doiibl, the best buy In the city today. Termi M.OOO, balance in 12, 18 raontlie. Ferris Ransom NANTON ALBERTA Lund Land Dev't Co., Ltd. President HEAD OFFICE C'R AXBEOOK, B.C. Snc us about lands in (ho licnulil'ul Kootcnay Arallcy Oi'duuil aiul Garden Tracts Gracing Ln'iuls Visil Our Expcriiiiciilal Farms at A- ALVliVSVILLE, It. C. 37.' ;