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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DATM" OF CANADA Capital, Rest nnd tfAfl attn ViilMiti I'rollli. Ma; Sill mil. No Man Remains who .saves every week, or month, or year, a certain amount, no ;et rich without doing so. )f this Hank provides a mailer how small. Few ever The Savings Department safe for tour savings to accumulate, and grow with the InTcrest which is added half-yearly. j''' or upward is enough for the first depor-it. Money may be withdrawn whenever you reed it. Main Office cor. Round A Rcdpath R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Actlnn Manager. Grassy W. Luckbardt, Manager. tho station will consUkM'iihlo work. Mr. 'Thomiisoti ot-'Uie- Union' Bank' of rniuula staff, a visitor in on .Monday last. Miss lOliitnMli -Adasiis has Inff for Salt Lulu- City, where will tend tin? ruiven'Ry of Wall. Untile Clark visited.' In tliu district on Smuluy A. Kitilny School Confomice is mi noniu't'd to convene H( Stli'MiiK in the house- un nest, will piv sent from diflVivnt parts of tin- SI pp. Ml relic mid Miss KODIW HI re wiM-o in inwn tills wonk cominy from UK? homrst'oml district, Raymond News THE'CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PBEEIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES' Issued by The Canadian bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling1- They .-ire everywhere, and the exact amount in the prin- cipal foreign couniriei; is.printed on the face of every cheque. Tlie cheques are issued in dcnoiniu.ition.s of 5100 and may be obtained on application at the Bunk. In connection with its Cheques "J'he Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a hookk-t entitled "Information oflMerc.st to those to which will be sent free to anvouc applying1 for it. Lethbridge Branch _- C G. K. Nourse, Mgr. Stirling News Stirling, Aibarfa, Octoher The 'Herald has 'b-een able to make arrangements for two .budgets of news each we-3'c from both the old town of Stirling and New Stirling. These will probably appear in the Tuesday and Fridiy issues of vthe pa- per and may be depended upon for regularity and iip-to-dateuess. Hans Schimek, the poultry dealer reports lhar east of tow-n and has gone back lo his trade. He will be found in the Kaake Tonsorial parlors. .Mr. Robt. Faucet was a visitor to Haymond on Wednesday Of this week. -Mrs. P. W. Tlilack leaves for Utah week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Nelson from the homestead district .were visitors at Stirling week, guests at tlie Ost- llllid liome. :Mr. Perkins, who was in of Coaldale, who mates periodical vis- its to Stirling, wa-3 in town yesterday oral in the district east of Stir- ling and that anyoirs who has ground Raymond. Otf. and .Mrs. Heutz, and .Mr. and Mrs. Kusk. of -New iDayton, ivpia lo town on Wed- nesday of tliis week. The Herald correspondent has mi- Ithorlty to announce that in the -near I future a staff representative of his will canvas Haymond for in- creased circulation. Thei't' is son to IjelL-vo that in vlvw of tlie ex- cellent service the has Iwcn .uivinu the town and district, the ctr- cnlaiion can ei'Silv be doubled. Raymond to receive of coal. A'n avtrnsv of fifteen cars continues to conic in weekly, and tin- winter's supply will soon be se- cure. 'I'll? Herald scribe hns occa- sion u> visit other towns and villages in th'j smith, aad finds in Item, all a srcat scarcity of coal, and they re- iioi-t it is impossible to Bel coal. This and mr.ny other things makes Haymond a desirable pb.re in which to live. Dr. H. B. Christie, veterinary sur- geon, of Cardstun.- was in town yes- tvrday inspecting for the govern- ment'ste hundred head of cows, the j first shipment of a bunch of one thon- sand head sold by tlie KniglK Sugar U'o. to A. O. Jones, for shipment to e i Prince Rup-ert. The cattle proved to he absolutely sound, and are the best bunch that Mr. .lones has bought this season. Tlivy were gathered on the i Milk River range, and are only one thousand many thousands belonging to the Sugar Co. ou I ha same range. Raymond is not the only place that I sometimes lacks a quorum in its !es' 1 Hoard of Trade. Macleod, one of tlia ee" i-ov.-ns rl-.at made a hid for tlie big C. P. R. shops, reports through its with a fine load of ready i cleared is busy to return home, bought in StirliiliJ The, birds district. Mrs. S. J. Martin and her father. -Mr. Cade were in town cal paper -jhe A report is in circulation in town tan the Eastern Townships Bank is Illas been ln to. locate bere. Another report hastit 'T.orts .Air. Cade is from Xorth Dakota a-ad j to- thai at its last nveeting president, secretary-treasurer, wo members show-ad up. and vas ail." Ruyjuoiiu can donas the staff of a bank from each of j lihc only a week. !i weather very much we are having in his own state. well as that, but still is for from sat- isfied. The town is proposing to in-- augurate an advertising scheme through our nearest city paper. The two nearby towns is to make periodic took trai" lllK for Magrath j aetMs of tllls will t-a made viEit-j. The Herald reponer expects i he will visit anoiter. dmishter. '.o be able to malic a definite announce- j Clinton Hardy, son of .Mr. Kay Ilar- meiu in the next budget. i the It is rumored in town tliat the Bohru- Ktc-.it .Facniinsr Co. liavn purchased dy, is III and under ur. Keillor's car Mr. R. J. Harmo a business visitor to Leth-bridge Tuesday. .1 largo steam engine for the Iowa I A special meeting of the Ladies' farm. It is to be used largely for Aid Bocfety will be held in the Pres- plowing. ll'yterian church on .Saturday after- _.Mr.t Goldsworthy, manager of the j noon ac o'clock. Final arrange- Alberta Wheat Growers' Co., was a :jments for tho entertainment and sup- pas.Vinger .-to on .Tues- i per to be held ou Thanksgiving night day last, going upDii business in con-i will he made, nection with the farm. I O.-Dafwnpr, of the firm of inner ill's. Sparks, of the Iowa Farm was i made a trip to the city In town yesterday driring Buster, the on Wednesday on business bent. Sh-atland pony, won by her little Hirche Co.'s threshing machine daughter in tlie Herald subscription has starred work at Bartons. confesn. last year. s. 3f ichelsor. was a passenger on Mr. Theo. Brandly, Jr.. our local blacksmith .lias closed his btisinesss ihe.'-nortMbound train yesterday morn- there and gone to Lethbridge where iie secured a position. The Union Bank oi Canada will be formally closed ori Saturday, Oct. 7, bat it will be a. Tew days b-efore the fixtures or safe can be mored. The safe is a heavy one and the moving to ing.'- Sirs. C. H. and three chtldran left for Lcith bridge on Wednesday wheroj.hey join Mr. rsCse and hence- forth JtyisiUc. Mr. Cruse has proved up on his homestead -eleven nr Arthur cattle man of Indian Affairs on the Indian reserve, is in Raymond on business for the department. A steer bi'ok-e away .from.- the .Indian bunch some back in the sllmme.r, and drifted into :be town herd, and was finally put in the town pound where he has .remained all summer. Haymond grass was good and he goes back with .Mr. Scheer tomorrow in as good shlflfc? as iva came. The drive will be sixty miles and he will have to travel alon-3 A'. Gillies handed the Herald cor- respondent a votter the oth-or day from a man in'Sisson, California, re- ferring to a -matter he had seen in the Lethhridge Herald of July 1011, and asking: for further infonna-i (OLD THE MERCURY Tho rlfvht system of Hot Wa- ter llouihiy save u constant to Ilio rou- j.'tniit worry iiliout the tumpern- turn. DecUlo where vo.u wnnl ilio .inumiry AXI) KBKP IT T1IKI1H. A steady temperature means a siorttly temper, stoutly .nerves. nm! iiorni-.il lu-nllh. Tiieso nro all nsgural when von jitit in a Hot Wafer Boiler our heatinK ideul aiipllt-.ttlon of a pruodcjll idp.-i. The specific points of o.vcc-I- Icnce lie in the improved fire travi-l. Every otincc'.of energy is taken out of Hie nothing left for tin- chimney. Tlicn the construetion .of tlie fire-box is niiotlici- uoiiit of economy. No. dead clinkers to help damn the fire or stop the M-.lter from homing. These boil- ers are tho only ones put io- jjfllier with the push nipple; with ihis joint the boiler can easily he set up and will NBVEK LEAK. Let ns mall fret the II- book on "Heaiins the Home." We also carry in stock a com- plete line of plumbing material. LETHBRIDGE. .Edmonton. nd to which the Gillies ramil, aul elann. We-mention th just to show the 'wide field, of re-tc'hes thS Lethbridk.e. 'Dail-r Constable H X W J1..P. detachment at-'ijagrath. cnme to town last night, .and this mornin- left for Macleod with, Medicine Sin er, wanted at the Supreme Court for raising money 'pietences'. J he Indian's home is at .Whoop Up. Lethbridse. aadr'tlie name by which cine Sing. departmeiitTat .Slide Out, iiiforni- SHE HAS NO USE FOR APPLE Wash., Oct. 7. Nclllu I'icketoll, Alias Harvey Allen, arrest- at Tolioa, hy Dcpuly I'nlt- I .Stales .Marshal llaily on Ihi; infRf nf selling lo an Indian mil liflil in county jail here in lefaull of bonds of has balked .in wearing woman's Rai'iucnls, also ellilii; William Keynolds, head jailor, lo cliliiiliali- the baked served occasionally (0 prisoners. "The apple is a lioIHgmuil Miss I'ickt'iell said. "Humanity lost paradise and was alllicled with tlu> hohhle skirl through Hie apple. The apple also led to (lie carnage oi tho Trojan war and .stalled a number of other tilings. N'o apples tor thanks." Reynolds tried iirRue the nratler wil.li the u'oiuau after she had dcliv- jt-red herself of the foregoing, lie had -secured skirl ami waist uiid other articles of apparel and ordered Miss 1'icki-rell to ilon without delay. "SU- for the five and easy she persisted. "1'vi me t rous- worn 'em Ihe last U years, ever since 1 was IS. mill that puts (he jinx On the hobble gnoils for all time nith me. the level, kid. when you get me iu pull on any of that 'socicty stlltT you can call Ihe county physi- cian and hu; (icket (or me tb Nie- I'ical Lake, .certainly will bp en- titled to have my face'or picture of it in Ihe 'bug1 family Mi.ss Fickereli is a .laughter of proniiiient. family in Washing. She lias worked around mining and lumber camps Ihe last four or ve years, time tending nr H. a local saloon remained until her identily was established Later worked in Holds ,loins a man's work and pass- us a man amting her associates Mic wears her hair closely crop[ nis Ihe strength an'd rugged fcal lures of u Hi, SUM tliti [noil Ihu Jool-ruil ot the Ijcd you buy, NO. 753 i When buying metal beds make sure of seeing the very newest designs and the very best values by asking the salesman to show you the IDEAL Line. Most good stores sell them. Our trade mark identifies them. And you'll see beds that combine beauty with the quality which insures lifelong service satisfaction. Ask us for name of dealer nearest you. Write for Free Book No, 140 IDEAL BEDDING MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG 28 CURING LEPROSY BY MEDICINE OF HOPE [striven, with not a little success, to -jtorm. Reincarnation, or in Hindo- staui, a belief not al- together nnacce-pted even in tile en- lightened. Occident, is the belief which connotes ail that the Hindu from Blub- jmln to Pariah, accepts of heaven or1 often hell. The artist in make-up has often jhell. The Brahmin, secure in his re- striven, for theatrical ends, to Irans-'us'01" social eminence, holds his- form the Caucn-jlan .Into the iilela.no- h.'sl'' cliroic, but no necromancy of cork and WORKED IN ROUND .HOUSE AT MACLEOB Man for Whom Ricardo Martin Is Searching Had Been in South- ern Alberta Winnipeg. Oct. Interesting Mr. Hicarao Martin's visit s a note from a Winnipeg, gentleman- o the Free stating that Arthur for whom JlarMn is soarchtasr man -of refined and educated worked for tile Canadian Pacific Mr. Art. Scheer, of the In-, was 111! henna could have produced anything f oven .approaching the slim, dark-eyed tr'or little Qriontyl who'sat on one of the lounges in the Royal Alexandra Hotel, Winnipeg, one evening lately, between fine 'looking Englishwoman and a ilionglitful looking man with The little maiden from the "cradle of the world" was just seventeen, and was protege of Rev. D. and Os.borne, of the London Misaionary So- ciety, travelling from ancient Attin- most cases knows: little of disease ami'hun- ger, .OBUorne. "of tho ttro who live on one weal a day, and tlie hjgh- ciwte, (iven if -they'- dare ,not< help -them." Curing Leprosy important dlscov-. ery nuulo and Ins in their. labQvs among the or-' pliant iiml the poor in India, is tho-. salutary and even curative effect oft healthy work and of hope upon gal. in Travancora. Southern India, U boen customarj' to re-. Great Britain on several months' IeProBy as incurable its. and the scribe last night that Singer his correct na_mev it is also stated Jtliat he is on a clinrge of liors-e sfeaFfilg." His face and form are not- iinKn'tvwh in police court. Xow that the elections are over and i learn Ca things have settled down; a- every ooul'd mail in business should'look at what' occupation unusual for oiva of s appearance. He had a small roirad f.'tee, a slight black mustache was about five fcet five inches tall, and weighed-about MO ibs. Though an t'a had sdme English speaking broken English, connections, and flboilt he has to svjll, pui it into th-a .hes-t-of shape, and let folks know that he wishes to part with it Business men might take a lesson from nature. The hen, nfter makes a very deposithi considerable tion from Mr. Gillies: He is Art LJr- She adrertises! Th-3 result is, there pea rod-to -be about 30 years of ace then. ,NoIH has not been heard from'for twelve fc-flnrs. having-last then to his sister in Italy that he was te is a Mar- yi eSS, tin's singing master, lough. "She has been with ns since she was a little said 'Mrs.' Osborne. "and Mary is now seventeen. She speaks English excellently." Eighteen years iu the most ancient city of the country of many iriurvels j missionary's wife. enforcing dreadful isolation upon tho; sufferer; but Mrs. Osborne cited an in- stance of one complete cure, with nono. other but the simple prescription of cleanly habits, res'uiar and healthy em- ployment, and cheering counsel. "They !'e became they said tho Mr. and Mrs. Osborne do not shun the lepers. They go about among- t.liem, are In continunl contact with r. This, .they, way to get to tho eart of the strange. people, aud.iw aid them morally, men and .luck lays an egg. smd.then waddles jloavlns England for Cnn'ndn l" away as ir nothing bad tappKKd, but of Lombard, Hiccardo uubart from Now Brunswick, and his is more demand for hen eggs than father was born in Scotland. The if- duck ySRS- TUe business men of Ray- em referred to was the account of tho Iniolld" are the -example of Urquhnrt millions- in Chancery in th'a HeraW- correspond- 'cut expects soon to hav.e an import- ant announcement in -ihe Raymond Saves a Lot of Fuel Sask-Alta Steel Range is built to be very, very easy on fuel as well as a perfect baker and cooker. To describe in detail the various schemes which save fuel would be too long a story for this space, 10 we ask you to allow the McCIary agent to tell you how the following features save Wide Fire. Duplex Lined and Coated Flues Top and Bottom of Oven with Asbestos Keat Retainer at Back of Oven. k'jt. The plan is Raymond and district a more efficient news i servic-3, and at the same, time to pro- I the business men, of. the towi the town itself a n-aw medium o! advertising. WOMAN ARRESTS CHILDREN Fashionably Attired, 'but' Policeman Calls for her Aid Portland, Oct. Patrolman Richards, of the Portland police force, ilad to the aid of a "posse comitatus" in -'he form of a wcli- woman in dealing with a exceedingly diminutive pair of prteo: flrs .v-asterday afternoon. Tiie weil- dreHseti woman rose uiJIy to the oc- casion. 'Richards captured Israel Nader'and Rebecca Halper. '.aach aged :i years, in tho midst of traffic-congested Wash- ington street. Wi-jli a smiirmiug youngster on cither siii-j, Hichards made his way to the sidewalk, qtid tlie woman, his neareat refuge, ad- dreased her: "Madam, I urn HOITV to bother you, but in thy naaic of the city of Port- land. I comniaivd your services as a peace officer; ant! I 'direct you to take these prisoners to she city jail." The woman, witliont a murmur of protest, took a youngster with eacii hand, and escorted the pair to jail. Sale Co. ROWDIES BROKE UP HAHVEST HOME St. Tlionms. Out., Oct. a har- vest, honra supper ghyn liy the Ladles' i of St. Luke's Church, at Vien- na, an orKinhx'd hand'' of rowdies .up tlin affair. They threw cof- Ire, aid yelled and and .i! rector with niifisilos, it ilkuly iirreata will IA: mads- BAD STORM ON LAKE SUPERIOR Sault Ste. Oct. of the worst late storms of the sea- son occurred on the laker, on Wednes- day last, several steamers encing groat difficulty in crossing the '-'-es. Grave-fears are entertainer! for fate of sonre of the boats of the Urand Mary fishing' fleet. "at' home" in Attingal, are the only RUSH OOAL TO WEST For Your Health's Sake CIOEQ of navigation, aiid instmll Good Cheer-Furnace with its good big Circle Waterpan andTitj insurance of a warmth that b cosy und Dbnlt tirtatliing Uit "arihir.; tnohtiireless heat -of the trer'ape furaace where the m-alerpau is I joke. The "Good Cheer" Circle Waterpan Furnace is the only f in whioh ffully satisfac- tory prevision is thatfrftir moisture to make the lir a's'himnd is it is on perfect summer day. Tlie big waterpmt encircles the fire-pot, where evaporalion is rapid, and distributes the moisture evenly through the whoU volume of heated air. The perfecting of tathh? nuy be taken an indioittoa that "Good'Chctr" Port order to rush a coal' supply into the western' province's the docks at Port Arthur will work double shifts until ship C. N. n In.Ofo tons daily oven'th-a R. Twenty, trains' a day win be sent in, while the company will store about tons at tb'e'docks before winter. A. H. TANNER; Defeated Liberal Candidate in Anjtn- lauil Quebec, Sale by Uick-HcliJ Hardware Co. ;