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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WHIPPING MULE Friday, October In the Schools Must Go 'Says the Women and Men of Atlanta, Ga. 'Atlanta, Oct. by whipping of the two boys, one of wlioiii is half crazed us a rr.- feiilt, ti movement way in At- lanta to put an end to whipping in the public .The women of Atlanta are leading in the lijilit. .U'Hhers arc of "the opin- ion that tlie roil-should not be used in 'tilt schools, while ilu- fathers arc moit 01 less divirh'i. on the subject. Plffen. negro, 33 ycnrs old, was kicked j those who have expressed Hie ;iml hnocked I Ihembi-hi a.s lujalterabiy opiion-it rcei the in She schools is Mrs. lloke m nc on K BREAKS ITS LEG BY KICKING NE- GRO IN HEAD, WHILE BUL- AN- OTHER'S "DOME" Philadelphia, Cot. stories about 'ihe hardness of negroes' skulls were disrunwd 'by two o vents here today. In a dispute at tits -homo Henry j Lewis, ;j negro, was yhot four times head nt a range'of less tlmii five feet. The bulk'ts flattened out j and dropped to the floor. Lewis was j taken to the Samaritan Hospital but r WHS soon permuted m return home. The man who shot him escaped. j WhKv ha mewing; n mule William i A. Macdonald Company GOING OUT GROCERY BUSINESS Smith, wife of the (joveruor, who foeliuves that parents administei corporal ..punishment. A resolution has already been in- troduced in the Council liv Aldermiin Van Hylic asking that ihe switch "be done with. The resolution was Education Board; referred to the it lull i at the next meeting. The President of tlie buani, Eubeue Mitchell, has animation showed that the animal's leg-was broken. The mule was shot, j J MAGRATH GOSSIP _____ i Magrath. Oct. suitable site for the new creamery hay nt last indolilltcdlv he passed ''bcon splecicd. and is located just op posito the residence 01 A. M. Merk- ley, in the east, end of town, over- looking creek. The statement declared that he was heartily in fav- was given to your representative by W. A. .Marlcit. manager of the creamery, in n conversation yesterday, and tlie into'-mation may be relied upon ns being correct. "The property." continued Mr. or of making a change in the present system of punishment. 'The agitation was started as the rcsuit oi the severe whipping admin- istered Iloiuld Oherdorier, the "son lett. "is" well adapted to our needs. of. Kiigeiie Oberdorfer, one of Ytlan- :i running stream close .by we ta's most prominent citizens. He bo of a .withdrew his boy from the 'iHif" it 'haiuiv for tlie and immediately made protest. t0 the farmers. Wo purchased the property Eugene Roberts, a boy of 12 years, has been so severely whipped recently that he is half crazy now. His mother states that from Dr. Sunders at -.a good figure. Just as soon as lumber can bo ship- ped in, building operations will be- gin. We. expect have a large gang of men to execute' this work ho was an obedient, bright boy before which will be rashed with all possible the licking was administered to him, 'speed and that now he is subject to fits oil am delighted with the pros- in which he (lies into a pas- "el'e' "re fl? and curses .dos.rc. I havo had around him.1 say'the hoy's condition- is the result .QI 'Mie'-punisfament; THEY ARE WHOPPERS (Claresholm Review.) G. B. Wilhjlo c several years' experience in the dairy busiiiess in and I am sure that the plaiit in jMagrath will prove a success. We already have, four hundred and fifty milch cow's; on our Ifets and I am confident that i t.his number will be increased to six'. hundred just as soon "as the creamery, is. finished. All Ufctt the .Association j tice. last .Moiftiar "the 'their support, etables that caus-ed us to op-en our I They may rest assured tbnt they will; eyes. Sunny Albarta's rich soil bad produced from a smart potato patch of less than one-eighth- of an acre over fifty jtyishels of. potatoes, thirty of and weighed sixty pounds. In the collection -were two turnips which when weighed tip- ped the scales at 2 1-2 Ibs.'-paeh. The tons had fa-sen, cut off, and the weight given was the weight of the turnip itself. He also showed us a couple of sugar heels, olio of which weighed-soven pounds. .Mr. Wilhites receive fair and honest troatnient." Frank Cook, of Cook proa., sheep- j men, left yesterday for Montana, j where he will purchase several j tired more-, sheep. Askeji in 'regard-' to the sheep this -year Mr. Cook re- plied that they were doing fine, and that thus far it Imd been a most suc- cessful and satisfactory season from the standpoint of wool. Iambs and mutton. There is n brisk market all the time for the last named product. The mill and elevators of Magrath, This Means Cheap Groceries For YOU This store having been leased, the stockmust be cleared and store handed over to the new occupant Everything has been reduced and those who act at once will save money on their fall stock of groceries. lassware Crockery will go at Cost The'Assortment in This Department is Good and Newly stocked Remembfr A. MACDONALD has always stood for I Freshness and Quality iii Groceries Sale Begins To-day. Ends When Stock is Sold NEWS FROM.WEBBER T. Fninkish, after spending a week at home, returned to Red Deer resume his duties a foreman of L. C representing a total capacity of on the ffebber-IJurdett .JIcKinnon has been appointed jbrklse construction work for the Can- farm adjoins townsito on bushels, by far the largest south, and as a result of his thresh-janj" town along the line, are being; tii- ill- the mail will leave ing he figures his yield of winter wheat at 30 bushels to the acre, and the elevritors are beginnin his oats .over 70 .bush-els. Neither of yields are records for this disr j trict, but in tlie vegetable fine we ,viihstanding tii'j7 7re bare heard of nothing more remark- shipping at a rate of seven care a day. !taxed, these days with the continuous i Wcbher post office at S o'clock a.m. stream of wheat that. Is pouring into ion Thursday, instead .Saturday, as lova Irom every direction. a re-[ iicrctoforc, and the mail will be as yet. The Happy Medium in Temperature Neither loo hot or too cold, and always, reliable. This ia the important lea- ttire of tlic all-Important prob- lem of heating the home in I winter. think we have i solwd it in our Gnrney-Ox- ford It coal, time and temper, and this triple economy is shown in the fire-box construction, which keeps the fire burning just right, and takes ALL the heat out of the coals. Then, CURMOXFORD WATER 601LER is the only heating apparatus, that' is fitted with tho uueh- nippla. With this joint the boilor will run for years with- out a cent being spent on re- pairs, because IT CAN'T LEAK. i These and many other points make the Gtirney-Ox- ford System tho ideal system. Write for free hook' and in- formation. We also carry in stock complete line of plumbing material. METALS, LTD., Calgary. Edmonton. UETHBRIDGE. brought in at 5 o'clock p.m. on Fri- day, as usual. HcLhcrt Knight made two trips to Grassy Lake and nurdcit this week. Mrs. E. S. -Bcatty and little Miss Most of the wheat is grading well, average being about No. 2. This is and all of the machines are doing A- D- Mwlhurst good work, but there is still a scarc- ity in this regard. Aie.x Muuroe, local agent of the A. R. fi I. Co. returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit (o his fruit farm in British Columbia Mr. .Munroe reports i very enjoyable holiday although he i failed to make a record at fruit pick- vjeid js larger than was expected. I mg He thinks the country has a I' future before it. Mr. Hardy, of Lethbridge, relieved Mr. Munroe. Miss Ada Gibb is visiting friends at Hill Spring. Fred Burton, editor of the Cardstoil Globe, accompanied. by Mrs. Burton, passed through town last evening en route to their home after ..visiting at F. Frnnkish purchased Clifford Van- cey's barn and moved it to his farm. Threshing in this district is almost completed. Although most oi the Lvops had been damaged by hail, t'lic crops had been damaged by hail, the adian bridge 'Co. Key. Nightingale will hold divine service in the school-house, Sunday, Oct. 15th at 5 p.m. .Everyone is cor- dially, invited to attend. -Mr. and Mrs. MacRae, of Bow Isl- and, spent Sunday night with -Mrs. -Marenrel were on Ihcir way to the home of Mrs. Mac- Rae's sister, Mrs. Shoemaker. The Harvest Home Festival has been given up and there will be a Thanksgiving jollification on Mon- day evening, Oct. 30th, jn the school- us-i, instead After a short pro- gram appropriate to the occasion there will he a sociable time' con- sisting of jolly ly games, fish-pond, ;uessinK contests, etc T. Calhoun was a Grassy Lake vis-'ligllt refreshments will be scried This entertainment is to be the peopli the Spokane Exhibition. Two contractors, prominent in lo-! cal building circles, became provok-l cd to such a degree this morning near the new post' office block that they exchanged blows, which soon assum- ed the ahiipe of a brisk enc ounter in which Tjricks, pieces of cement, etc., played no small part. After a time the ammunition ran out and the two beat It for home, carrying with them the sears of battle. Many of the farmers have started iior over Swidav. Mrs. A. D. Meclhiirst and Miss Pike spe'nt the week-end at Bow Island, the guests oi Mrs; A. C. Russell and .Mrs. Wright. Miss Jessie Matheson of Grassv Lake, has accepted the position of deputy postmistress antf clerk for L.' C'. McKinnon. Ur. Duncan was a Webber visitor Wednesday. Dig potatoes! Jack' frost may gnen hi ing Thanksgiving. 'A hearty invita- tion is extended lo all. The Ladies' Aid Society lias secur- ed tlic privilege of displaying their needle-work for sale at tho Thanks- Mrs Frcil W. .Jones and little daughter Clarice, were guests of Mrs. Mc-Kiniioh on Tuesday. in general to tnlivtn the social life Of the Comnlllnl1, md M admission fee' will be cl i McHice is home after night's absence. A special Thanks: fort- vice will he held the Sunday p, church ser- rcced- services in the Grand street Method- ist church conducted by Hev. Price and with interment in Forosfva'ra cemetary. in addition to Mr. Collins there were present from this part of the state Herbert Nathan, of this city; James Townsend and wife and J. L. Peacock, of Fort Benton, wiio rcturmjd to Fort Benton last night. Miss May Spencer, a daughter of John Spencer of Palo Alto, Cal., was also present. Mrs. Taylor left two chll- dre-a of the ages of three, and one years -respectively. u> SPECIAL COFFIN FUNERAL. OF MRS. W. A. TAYLOR (Great Falls .Tribune) Collins ;returned to the city from' Helena last night after having accompanied to that city W. A. Taylor, who had arrived from "anada Friday night in response to telegrams informing him .of lire sud- dan death of his wife in Helena. Mrs. Taylor, .who was formerly .Mrs. Townsend of-this city, died very aivpnvate hospital in Helena, WediiEB'day afternoon, to whjch .nlape she-.liad gone from Flor- ence, Mont., :wliere she" had been vis- ting parents, for a short time. Her husband who w is c igag d in monng rattle in Cinid" na located i as pallbearers. Schober was six feet tnll. He was :i jovial nian and an en- ormous eater, and at Christmas and Thanlragivlng.he was in tho habit of having prepared for his consumption an entire turkey, with its necessary garnishments. Being Built for Burial of 650-Pound Jersey City Butcher New York, Oct. largest cof- 'in ever built in Jersey Gity la being constructed to hold the body of Geo. Schober, ot No.-301 Fifth sey a wealthy retired .butchor, vho died early today, after a year's llnesy. Schoher weighed 650 pounds, and 12 MANUFACTURERS ELECTOFFICERS Toronto, Oct. business ot the convention of Canadian Manufac- turers wflich has been in session hero for the last three days, was practic- ally concluded this morning, by tho adoption of the' reiwrt of Vie com- mittee on ,and '.the an- nouncement of tjioresult of.tho elec- tions aa follows: President, H. Curry, Montreal; vice president, R. S. -jOiir- Ontario vice president, it. McLaughlin, Oshawa: Quebec vice president. G. B. Gordon, Montreal: Manitoba vice president, M. E. Christ- le, Winnipeg; British Columbia vloa president, James Ramsuy, Vancou- ver; .N'ovii ScoMa, vice president. J. IT. Edwards, Londonderry; New Bruns- wick find Island vice- president, John Alberta and Saskatchewan vice pr-a- irons men have requested to act H. Edmontoi at Current from which phce he nved Friday nigh ind accompan- ied by 11 r. Collins Saturday, foreiioo The funeral of II rs went: to Helena Taylor was conducted yesterday; afternoon treasurer, George Booth, Toronto. quickly xtops cures coldfl, Ibc lhro.1 u4 lamia 25 t digging their beets and and according to reports they are 'doing! well. This has been an exceptionally favorable year for these and 'hose who planted beets are ceriainly put in an .appearance any tinie. Mrs. Ralph Decker is having dental work done at Lcthbridge this -week. Rev. Nightingale was engaged pastoral work around Webber this aot sorry. Thus, again, mixed larni- week. Mrs. C. McKinnon, and Master Nonnic left for 'Alpena, Michigan, Monday, for a .visit of sev- eral weeks. Mr. McKinnon accom- CAPTAIN PETER HAINS PARDONED] Slayer of William Sing Sing After Governor Signs Order Ossining, N. Y., Oct. Pot- C. Ilains, who killed E. An- ils In August, .1908, received his par- Ion today and left Sing Sing prison a rco man. Accompanied by his fath- Qeneral Peter C. Ilains, U. S. A., etlred, 'he took a train for New York my. Ilains' pardon was brought uboiil nalnly by tho lirelesa efforts of his Eed father. What finally caused the to act, however, was a noil- Ion signed by all (ho jurymen who otind him guilty of manslniiBhtcv. IIlB sentence was not los-j than cigii; nor more than sixteen years. paniod them as far as Medicine Hat. They will he sadly missed in this community. i Tlie regular fortnightly meeting oi E. 'Annis '-allics' A''' Society was held at the home ol Mrs. n. Mcdhursl. Considering the rush of work at this time of the year, Ihe attendance was good. Tile six o'clock dinner served Mrs. Mcdliursl was thoroughly en- joyed by all. TJie next meeting will be nt the school-house on Thursday afternoon, October Ifllh, at :t o'clock. A large alli'ndancc is requested as important business must ho trans- acted. A sewing sorfoly. contest ij an-j nounced lor this mncling a suitable j will he awarded lo Ihe winner. Mr. and Mrs. Ovans were eii'er- laincil at n .Sunday night .supper at llic baclu'lur home of John Little. THE ONE THING TO REMEMBER IS NOT TO FORGET THAT THE CHOICEST MEATS ARE TO BE HAD FROM G. A. DEL ANY THIS IS IMPORTANT TO BOTH OF US ;