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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. May THE LETHB'ifrDGE DAILY HERALD Pase.9. PA-ST AND T 1 1 1 The rain is here and there is more coming. So are the famous E.M.F. "30" Motor Cars. Our second shipment is here and now all belong to satisfied owners. But we have more com- ing. Let us have your order as early as possible. Experts all admit that they are marvels and that the fore door Touring Gar is not surpassed by any of the highest priced The Wonderful Overland Cars _ 'Vi They are all the above name im- plies. See Cut For style, silence and easy riding these'Cars have no equal. See the little beauty that one of our prominent doc- tors is driving. JPrices from to for a -Fore-Door torpedo 4-Passenger 40 h. p. car. We also handle such famous cars as the Knox, Thomas Flyer. Ivissell liar and M'atag. Call and see-our samples and have a demonstration. OVERLAND MODEL 51 Wi.TH FORE DOORS Overland Model 51 Fore Door Touring Car These cars arc selling fast, and if 'you Avant to secure one of liavc your order, at once so tkat we can place it quickly and be assured of You all know the prices of. tliese 'cars: it is needless for us u> quote them. 'We also have the Flanders. "20" in any style you wish it, from a racy road Titer to a Fore Door Touring Car. from 61000 to 11250. PI7PAI1J Ailv Our Repair Department is complete in every respect. A fulljiue of accessories, also tires and tubes aiway on hand. All work guaranteed. Electric vulcanizing a specialty. Auto livery 311 ASHMEAD STREET PHONE 1454 Will Build School At Hardieville At I School Board Places Price oil Kt of gazetted, and the supply ofTiflets and equipment was coming. The :chairman and the secretary were auth- St. Site to sign a bond for for the isafety of the rifles, wnich are of the n most modern Ross type' i Want The matter requiring the immediate action of the board was a communica- t'on from Secretary the icity. asking the board to put a. price -PI. o o i i u on tbe sixty-six foot strip that the citv The School Board held a special dosired from meeting last night to deal .witu sever- ,high school site for the extension of al matters rcci'Jiring attention street. The board did some'.fig- tiie regular monthly meeting. -'Tbe placed the price board fell into line with all the otberl reported that on Advice of R. B. Chadwick, supsrin- pubbc bodies of the city in. passing a of delinquent and neglected resolution offering to do anything in children, Sergt. Lamb, of the-city por tiieir power to get the Dry Fanning force, had been appointed to look- Congress for Lethbridge in H'lii.llie after these children in the city, and most important thing they be suggested that the -board appoint him able to do being to allow the use of truant officer. Therc was some dis- tlie auditprium of the schools to- as to the way this truancy vide accommodaiiou for the had been done, in the past, alia of visitors on that occasion. matter was finally turned'o'ver to i Or. Stewart reported that lie had ar- tie school management committee to ranged with the Y. M.C. A. to continue report. the supply of a physical, instructor, icr Build at Hardieville the schools, and that, Mr. Filmor wasj The board decided. to ask the local doing the work very acceptably, and [architects to submit plans forVthfr er- JJr. -Wilkes would taks it up :is soon'ection of a two-room frame school as he returned. The bo'ird ..e.vprcii-ed building at .Hardieville, the plans to the opinion that after the holidays in by six o'clock p.m. on June -5'. -The board would nave a man of its own board will have the school ready for to devote his whole time to this work. I occupancy when school opens "after Architect Whiddington suggested Uiat the summer vacation. ;C the -board have Pease weather strips j The board authorized the secretary put in the windows of -the Fleetwood to order a set of the Cam bridge TrWs School, and the matter was referred, Encyclopaedia Britannica for. -the to the sites and building committee, school reference library. :-lr. Whiddington will make a metal') The members of the board nsviriiar pinnacle to put on the top of read over a stenographic report of the dome of that school and the board jevidence given in the police court in will decide then if it is desirable to the Dawson case, concluded that there have anything put on it.pennanently, [was nothing in the evidence The matter of the cadet corps vas the .board making any investigation 'in. discussed, and Dr. .Stewart reported matter as far as the school chHd- the corps had been organized a'n'd'ren. were, concerned. KIPP LED "SOLDIERS JOHNT.HMLAS tsented by the Board's petitions, and if fvonV'outside points. 101- local use, was SHOULD FOOD' BE 'they find conditions as represented to present, and appealed 10 the Board to j SHOWN IN THE STREET ;them, they will very probably make a 'use its' influence to sec if the voters! 'start .at least this year. C. A. Ma- 'were, favqrable to the amendments tojDr. Hutchison.. M. H. O.. of London. wrote, acknowledging i vrhieli they had asked the receipt of the duplicates of the pe-jfcrat the meeting of the city council. sent to the C. P. R., reasons for asking this, stat- return to them one Well the of e'yi chairman of the special-'-comzni'tec i: Says This Practice Helps Spread Disease London, May exposure of Browning Indian Trader WES Guide in Piega.n Expedition Forty Years Ago (Great Falls Tribune.) t Joseph Kipp, Indian, trader, "for many years at Brovming, where-he is still jfoy General De Trobriand. It dur- ing the -winter of '60 and "0 .that Col- onel Baker subdued the Piegan In- lians. They have ne-ver exhibited any hostile disposition Colopel Balc- j.-er left Fort Shaw with his command in the night, when the temperature indi- cated about 10 degrees below zero. Kipp. then a boy of 19, was the jjm'de and Interpreter on that memorable oc- the amendments ratified. ,w 1U, practice be ended by bvlaw 11( y to-put the deal though with- _ nf f'' Pi comes up at the of Health. to a successful of the seven petitions' navei'been sent out into the- i T twoich will be -benefitted by this nndsel As a result of a letter from John T. of tlic Lcthoridga ,.JOO fees LO He and filed. thar. the tact tea, h.s prepared to sosnu more ;r million dollars in Atoeroi en front of stores was in the city yesterday. and the recommendation! forty yeare ago, Mr. Kipp-led icaskm. Health Officer Hutchison a detachment of United States .troops j "The country was covered with snow from Fort Shaw against a. band that it was difficult to be sure of going in the right direction, and the boy on several occasions was in doubt! _____ _ _ jCol. Baker was suspicious of his guitle the practice of allowing articlesTcTbe pd at Fort durlPS all bfjand threatened to hang him. 'put Joe exposed in front of windows ihat are these Tony yeai-s neither had seen the j found the eampr and when they got afterwards sold for food, on the ground unti] yesterday, when Mr. Kipp (through there were acarcely of the Board' Indians camped on the Teton of where Great Falls now stands. The medical health officer that time F; Geo.lleldt-was .staticc- '.-as enough, to warrant people'thinking verj- seriously before -lodging-place on. ioodstuffs so display- Heidi; and grasping] the dust from the streets and into the office-; of enough Piegans left alive to tell the T 'ue ' .uj a i-csuu oL-a uuiu juuu i.. -contaminating disease germs in if the latter knew him. jtaJe. They have never molested the VVeybUril- -LmC-.. Trom-foarivare already been returned v.Uh secretary :of the Western Caa- lation in the air find all too readily a i "Why, it is little; faces' since." signatures -farmers ada TrrigatioV Associauc-h. statiiig TIllS Ell (I. 'attached, and the petitioners say. that tiat Board of entitled 'faere is little or no There another c V meeting of tne Board 'of .RepordngVon tbe.Publicity'Tto o-as "piped into tije' raarket "bouse and the publicj A couple of years .ago 'Mr. Heldt had Ithat tribes with -the connivance" of nightrin-St. Augusun's Hall.' It .was :tion that was started President Hatch will readv consumer !Coailorfc station os the market will.prepared for the Society of Montana Raisuli have captured the French, ar- the 'regular monthly meeting, and sev-.two days of Mr. Richardson's' cam- aiso two delegates to ini" board" took ,COnlfi UP- 'Pioneers a'biographical sketch of. him-senal at Acazar." British Consul Car- eral. important .item's of business camejPaiSn' he stated Iliac, a-total! of city, on the request of aHiou in 'the matter, feeling that I The entertainment'of the delegates I self for the files of the society, and the j.-Uon is said to been IdJled. Tbe up for" discussion. President been signed for by the. mer- ams. .they would'b" going beyond theh- lhe tubercular that will i following is hereby reproduced from g-overnment has no information con- presided, and one of the ;first items of 'chants and .other business men of the; John T. Hall secretary of the West- be going beyond their jur--be ljeld nest-'week will also be jits page-s as referring to Mr. Kipp. .firming the report. the matter down If the citv >ed- ithe oUier bv tbe tQere FRENCH ARSENAL Biuon 10 ihe to send two delegates to their iie haci Olher recommendations of tbe 31. a long exchange ;pf reminiscences j Madrid. Mav tion in Calgary, on-August S, J) s_. condemning the sanitary condition'between the two. irsspondent of .the Herald -oelegraphs place on May 00. leaving a; 0.1C-, and getting to Warner 'business was; consideration of tue Council of 1S12 era Canada Associated Boards of applications of-thirty-tiiree new out the same "arrangement as the Trade, .wrote requesting that resold bers to 'These' were Messrs Present council in .regard -the tio'ns from" this Board for discussion Beasley, Ritchie. Lawson, will have for .up to at. the convention of that body here shall, Cheney, ''Allison. Harris, ;Conway'-Vta-v- tlle sum-o? for pub-'on June 14 and 15, be Cope, Gilmore' Hiilard, Me-.-'.licity .him as soon as possible. As E. A'. Cready. Kevin, Rochon, Terrill, Ewart' The vexed question of Cunningham, chairman of the commit- Simpson; Mulhern, Hc-aderson. Tor-lLethbridge-Weybnm line construction tee that had already been appointed to ranee; Morse. 'Olson; J." Harris. And- came up again, and communications these resolutions, is. out of the rews, Morris, Power. Hick, read from Vice-President-'Wm. President Hatch-named C.. F. P. ;W. and to the effect that they were re- A. H. McKeown and Secretary Manwaring reported their decision not to as a committee for .this the the.board had gin construction on this'iine tliis The Lethbridge Board of undertaken since their -last the matter is now an open Trade is entitled to five monthly meeting, giving a synopsis of'one. The C. P. R. have thls convention, and on motion .tfiese associated with the -om.hern tbe.Richardson campaign'. The to the conclusion that the Leth- wiH appointed by the executive Of Alberta Associated. Boards of Trade, ses in connection with this special ef- bridge Board of Trade have some'.the Board- foit amounted ,-to nearly SSOO, but for pressing for the building A. W. Dingman, representing the'gas was felt "among the members of the'of the line from the west, acd intend i company, 'that already has a-franchise -f Board tfiaf'the money was well send a man over tbe district-Tepre- in the city to bring in ing that the city g-b a bylaw to cover the proposed iges, and that ifrcas wholly o mar for the city council to decide. for i the city by o'cloclc in the As a matter of form a niouon was thai- i-eto.bnrtge Board of Traoe considered. j "In 1SG9 I went .to Fort Shaw as j clerk in the quartermaster's d'epart- Bishop-elect H. Clark- will be menL The Thirteenth U. S. Infantry consecreated at Hamilton on Jnne 27. then stationed there, commanjjed The will of, J. former school principal of Hamilton, his estate of to charity. Semi-Steel Fire-Pot-Not Gray Iron AFJRE-FO1" of a furnace should be able to tremendous beat and repel of lulphur The material commonly for a Is gray Iron. The Sunshine fire-pot Semi- Steel Now, avoiding technical terms, gray Iron haa wha.t may be called "open" porea. Through these "open" porea the destructive sulphur fumea; attack the Iron and hacten disintegration. On the other hand. Semi- Steel Is a close-grained ma- terial, with a arnooth-ai-glavs which practically seals or "cloiea" up the Senxl- easily repels the attacks of and thus greatly the ef the Pet 'A Semi-Steel fire-fiot weight to per cent, heavier than the same size and patten in fnj iron, ft is therefore better able to endure tremendous heat. Semi-Steel Is made by an exclusive McClary process. You can only set a Semi-Steel fire-pot With" a. McClary furnnce. That Is one ttronff -casot'i tThy you should 'the Sunshine installed In your home. Our agent in your locality will tell you many other reasons. Ask him. Remember, the Sunshine is guaranteed, by the largest makers at In British Empire, to heat your home to your entire 45 s "ciated Boarcls Ol Trad.e funds lymg f -tj their account in the city, and asked a- f-0 disposal. He was instructed t-) band it. over to Treasurer Hatch of the new body. 'One .or the main features of the meeting: was the announcement by W. P.. Dobbin, chairman of the publicity committee, that their committee had made a contract with John T. HxM. whereby he will t-r made publicitv ex- pert of the city of Lethbridge for" one j year, at a salary of Th-> ar- ringemem. had been approved by the executive committee of the Board, and i Mr. Hall will enter on bis new d.wles as soon as possible, probably about .Jane 1- Mr. Mail made a few brief re- marks, saying that, he wa.s pleased to cspociated with the Board of Trade of Lethbridge in the work of bringing tiis fity to the fore commercially and industrially, and that he booed to be- cDine a good citizen of the presented. As an example of the i it'' that, prevailed in the city, he made special reference to me formation of the Woman's Civic Club. ements BAD STORMS IN JAMAICA Hilary's I London, Toronto. Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John. NJ3.. Hamilton, Calgary. For Sale by STAFFORD-AGNEW CO., Lethbridge Kingston-. Jamaica. May 'Storms during the past t'eu- days are 'responsible for considerable damage' it.o thft banana and cocoanut phinta- [r.ions in several districts spring banana however, has :no; been RTeat.Iy Fines1 have been caused in several j iplaces by lightning, and the death of! persons is reporrecj from :jwiih live wires blown down by the! Utornj, The'Above, is situated in Tp. 2-25-9, six miles from Cardston. two miles-from Etna.' Etna contains a school, post office, blacksmith shop and general store. The new railroad through Pincher- City will come within one mile of the farm. Forty-five acres of the farm is Winter Wheat, fahowing well. There are one hundred acres of fresh breaking to be completed :May -15th. There are two Jiving, springs of water flowing winter and summer, cne on each quarter. 'Each quarter is-well and ssparaiely fenced, A good log house, Jos barn, chiclren coop, two'.good and cartl? corrals, farm. Tne farm lands acijo'r. a-good section of government water reservej the use of which enjoyed. The farm is clear of weeds. For full particulars apply to 0. H. Bates, Cardston P. 0., or James A. Smith, Letlibriclge The sale 'will ta ke place on the premises on June 9th at Ten 0rGloclt LU1VCH WILL BE SERVED. 16 mares, in foal, from 1100 to 1300 pounds, all under S years old. 6 geldings, under S years eld, from UUU to 1300 pounds. i old geldings. 1 hay press nparly lumber wagon, double box, 3 1-2 iron. 1 bull hay rake. 1 hay derrick, complete. 1 sulky plow. Scotch clip. 3 double sets of team harness. LIST OF STOCK 2 three-year old geldings. 2 three-year old fillies, o colts, rising one year old. 6 choice dairy cows. HOUSEHOLD 'FURNITURE- 1 choice cooking1 range. 1 extension table. 1 "kitchen cupboard. 6 chairs. 2 bedsteads complete. 1 heating stove. A number of cooking utensils, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OJ< SALE 000 CASH, BALANCE IN FOUR ANNUAL INSTALMENTS AT 6 PER CENT. STOCK AND SUMS OF AND UNDER. CASH; OVER, 6 MONTHS CREDIT ON FURNISHING APPROVED JOINT NOTES. PURCHASERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MAKE SETTLEMENT J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer. ON DAY OFiSALE. O, H, BATES, Proprietor, ;