Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
(Motor 11, lit If. e With A Perfect Oven TICK LETHBRIPGF, DAILY The The oven of A Sask-AHa Steel Range roasts apd, baker', perfectly, I' is so constructed that.the distribution of hrat'n even The. turkey or joints' to a nut turn on all sides. The puddingi bread', arid pies always come out of the Sask-Alta overi evenly advantage is size, It takes the largest joint'or tho biggest four ten inch pics can bt set side by side.- Added'to all the Steel Range oven is ventilated so gas or fumes mvcr food... The thermometer always mdicatci proper- degree. of. heal jny purpose. The nickel-steel lining can't bulge or uirp can t burn dut'; tvon't ad'mit dust. Ask the nearc.it McClarj agent to' point out the many other points of merit found in -the Susk-Alta alone. for the -Sask-Alta booklet Address the nearest McClary branch TAFT'S NEW CANE FROM ALBERTA Came From a Glacial Per- iod Tree, ao Scien- tists Say .Wash.''Oct. Tatt the nouvonlra ot hli Weilern trip, a cane cut from itump which KienlliU 'declare was tree be- fore the gIMlil" period- ,wood wan found In fae valley of toutn fork of the Old Man river I" tlll! South- ,rn part of tho province of Alberta, by ,'rofosor W. S. foster, a geologist explorer, living ill Spokane. The cane, which is valued at was preient- ed by Bdwiu T. Coinan, president of fne Chamber of Commerce, on, behalf of the of Spokane. 'The etump which stood peal lied, was found beneath 6u feet of glac- ial said Professor Foster, giv- ing a. history of the discovery, "and preserved to the present-day by one of the wonderful -freaks of nature. The peat, from w.hlch the stump was taken, is an a. sandstone formation, and a bout three feet in thickness. Sea- weeds and flagstocks found nearby also were well preserved. "This peat bed was uncovered hy the wearing away of the glacial wash floods -and the flow o[ the Old Man River. There is not the least qucs jtion in my mind that the tree grew be- Itore the glacial period, more than 250, 000 years ago, but so far 1 have not lorbBto, Winning, Vincoartr. K John, IT 1 For Sale by Co." C. N. R. GRADING BEGINS AT MACLEOD to tno Mukuo Oct R liLomner Ins old out hit intercs.1 in the White II ill liioau hoit and las for i ilsin uhcic IIP has incepted i po- silicni nilh Ocoifctson A Co. BS (J _ C Sptntu who (01 tlie pibt two months 'isitio.g his home in llihiax returnctl to Macltod and hii tdkn his ohl position ai maiiag- n the N'nvy of Vancouver for traili- ng purposes. UHION OF CANADA Mai to us, with your Paw- book, and we will retufn the book, written up. When }ou wish to withdraw Money, mail us the Pins-book, say lunch you want, we will send it it If >oit arc far from a Bunking Town you will find thii service of ouih a great cotneniencc. Call and see Xfantgtr it. Main Office cor. Rvtind R. TINNING, H. Roich, Acting Manaftr. W. Lueknarrft, Manaftr. J was ami hraltltv inri ttlwn I used to lutu hit flic hot lion and hi1) imisclcs nn nmsclct, .ichcil lor home ihing more than sewing "Tlie first 1 asknrt him "He -'let me maKc i horseshoe he wasVsloT isheil. But, I .'made "the horseshoe, _a'l riglif-. And and then ,iftei that T use some of his toijls in the shop Vflei thai 1 began to him io kl mi help him in his I guess r wanted to (io it so that he all soicv loc mi- ms Jioqtc work M ib light gruhow "And so if nasn'l long hetoic 1 was helping imn in the shop ri u ring m y spu re f m c 'Throe chilriicii cime I took c..re of Uicm, did -all mr.work and Found limp to work m the shop tno 1 WAS strong ind health, and happx ind so ivert the iMiilriren Marian is tfl, A my 'is S and haJes IK fi COX-K to the blaclfsinith shop Rafter school is out ind, each of them dws some sort of work becau c j it. "I've been working in the1 black- smith shop for li icars now and I never iwiit to slop until T die I don't suppose ..I'm most .Wives, But my husband is not. !iker most huslinnds r don't think that uomen ought to work for- they don't- like Hut H woman husband to allownl to work with hirr if ihc Hants io, tighj at his side, no matter, what he is. do- ing. "I'm not n.snffmgetie. I don't. he- licve in women Men the govcrninciit, hut women the men, I Utink." MAKING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE Calgary, Oct. real estate aK of cousiderablo magnitude was completed yesterday, when Stanley L. Jones- disposed of four lots on Sixth avenire adjoining tbe new and office buH'lding now being erected by Lougheed, to visiting in- vestorB. for the sum of A Valuable Aid in Fighting Tuberculosis The modern against the "While fresh air and nourishing lood. For years Ccd Liver C'.l has as probably Ihe best form of nourishment.' The difficulty.has been with its nauseating taste and Its tendency ipsel the digestion. In NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound the nasty taste and the Indlgestlblllty have been done away with The Compound b very agreeable both to the ptlate and lha stomach. At the same time it ri'.n'.ns thf: curative. of the pure Norwegian Oil, strengthened by the addition, In just the right proportions, of Extract of Malt, Cherry, and Hypophosphite.s of Lime, Sock, Potassium. Manganese and Iron. When a cold or cough "hangs particularly with a child or growing boy or girl, don't take chances. Start right in with a bottle of Tasteless Ccd LIvor Oil will quickly build up the strength to throw off ths cough or .cold. Ask your drujglst about Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Cod Liver Oil Compound. He has can get ll-rrlll.oOG. snd 103 NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED. WHIPPING Given Thrae Frtih Young Southcrneri By New York Women "When They Tried, to Flirt Knoxvlllc. Tciin., Oct. John York City, demonstrated jor ability to take care of herself uu- Jor all 'circumstances hy giving three nen a sound whipping when they be- camo. to .ffimiliari It is seldom that Southern women go ilone on Hie streets at night, and when lira Ely; who is visiting relatives here, .tarted main street, of the ;ity tonight, she-was compelled to hrough quite a crowd of men assem- led on .One of them poke to her, and was toon followed y two others who addressee! remarks o even, laying a hand upon er. Mrs. Ely met him with two sturdy ow3 to- tiie mouth with her fist, liicb were violent enough io cut his The Tour lots meiition-ed were aud bring, the lilood. The Other chased In AiV Jones in the spring of two received sound slaps In the face IpOO for a'fld were offered for sale- him last spring for Mr. Jones .about six months ago, of- fered the property lo (.he city as n foi a Hre hall for but his were -refused. M.P. FOR LEEDS GOES WEST Kingston, Oct.. Tay- lor, M. P., the. old, time Conservative at scventy-bue years of ugc, woti hti biggest majority in the 'liitc in Leeds, has started on iters two r for their impertinence. An officer reached the scene and marched the tbreo.men to a, police station, Mrs. Ely accompanying 'them. YOUNG PARSON DISAPPEARED Calgary, Oct. "R Mitchell- tree, the young probationer for the Methodist ininistL'y, who disappeared from, on Scptcmtier 29th, has located in Victoria, 13. C. Mr. .MitclieiHree left Methodist I.angdcm with the 'presaiMt intention of preaching at Strarlmiore on Sunday, after paying several calls in the neighborhood. Me did not arrive at his-destinatjon and Iris absence caused considerable anxiety. Nothing was heard of him till a coiiplG of days ago-when he re- turned a grip that belonged to Rev. Mr. Cooiie, the Methodist minister at Longtion, thii from Victoria valiso being expressed Tlie reason of his disappearance is THE VOTE IN TORY FRONTENAC Kingston, Ont., Pil- p.r, returning officer, makes the f'ol- would not soon forget. Young Men's .Liberal Chibs have been organized In Aiilton, Oakville, I Georgetown und Actou. Aliandonetl :by its parents'and" left two duya in a room'without'food, ah infant sis weeks old died at Si.'Justin Hospital, from the effects of starvation. KILLED THE PRINCIPAL WITNESS Vancouver, Oct. Knd provincial police are scattered through, out and along the Cariboo Road! in search of Arose, an Indian Tvllb suspected of having murdered Chinaman, last week. The crime occurred the flay after the escape from Clinton Jail where was being held for trial on the charge of lulling a white man in that district last fall. Moise effected his escape from the iock-up andmada for Cariboo Road. Wye; It At- said, was to .have been: the ness against the Indian. The China- n found in his catln with Ms d split open. Th-e- deed was com- mitted with an axe. which, with Iti bloody sta'ins, was found alongaide of the body of the victim. BRITISH. SUBJECT'S APPEAL Winnipeg, Man., Get; Pearce, lying' in -jail at -Bottineau, N. '.since August 26 last, and claiming be a British subject, has appealed Immigration Commissioner Bruce Valker, who. on investigation, haa'in- structed tlio British consul at St. 'aul to investigate. Pearee to lave been arrested charged with n murdcr in Wisconsin, ibut after .proof he was not the man. He is still.held. appiwently a charge being laid. CALLED TO WINNIPIO CHURCH T.oudon, Ocl. W. puctor, wuo ed h) ftlratronl recently, lian a iitiaiifniouf call from (lie cotigregH- Jlon of Church, Wlnnlpfff; oil! he lut'j already acceptor! a cull lo ter. he'WRs compelled to refine the Winnipeg invlttxlMl. FLA Tlve Popular garette.