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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, OHoher 14, 1911. MILY PageS You Couldn't do this with An Ordinary Range bteausc it nn ordinary grate. If'the fire goes out at one end of the must dump all of trie live coal to rebuild it. Not so .with the..McClary' Sask- Alta Steel Range. You can dump 'the ashes at either end and build a new fire without disturbing the fire in the other end. The McClary Patent Duplex double and independent in dead end fires in Sask-Alta impossible and saves waste of "red" coal through unnecessary shaking. A I Steel Range T saves fuel and cuts dowij coal bills. It does 'more and; betterworltthan the best ordinary range ever made." It has moreimprovementSTiiJorc exclusivegood points. Thonear- est McClary agent will consider it 'a pleasure to show you, that your range money will be best spent for a Sask-Alta. SOUTHWICKIS GUILTY .Strong Recpmrnendatiori by Jury- Hutton Case The case of Hex versus Southwick occupied the latter part of this morn'-' JHK'S of tlio Supreme Court; and nearly a'll the eviilonce was in aj; the.. Tlie sworn In were .1. II. Heattle, 13. Leslie CROPDUEOOK MUCHJRIGHTER Favorable Weather, Warmth and General Rains Improve Prospects Oct. rcwing u'cathcr, wiinnth Favorable general rains, abKcnt'0 of widespread frost must parts of .the Cowiill, A. Davcy, Toom.bs iiiici W. L. Uernard. ,v, L'nltwl Stales impi'uvnl ihe prospects Th'e girl, Rona Reid, told ihe story': ot ccpps wliich dill not ;is well'-known, of tho shootlsigr previously reach maturity, according Her evidence was corroborated .by to the department pf KCII- Henry Dumpily, who was an eyo-wli; review ol crop conditions, issued Toronto. KoDttMl. WinolDet iver, St. John, KB, Hinilton, For Sale by "fttafford-Agniew C'o. MOOSE JAW ALBERMEN QUARREL Moose .Taw, Oct. man.Fysh was fined, two'dol- lars in court lust night for assaulting Ald- erman Stamper at Monday night's meeting of the city- council. The.case lasted hotire during there wis a heated discussion in the chamber on board of trade m'e- thods.- Stainpor caused the ire of Fysh to rise, wno made for him, giring him a blow on the ear. The case aroused i in- meufitt public interest and packed the court. The pub- lic i en joyed the affair with all the gusto of a first class vaude- ville show. CONTROLLERS TO FIGHT COCKROACHES Montreal, Oct. deputation consisting of Aldermen Lavallee ant JLabointe appeared Board o" Control till Is morning, oil a strange mission, it, was for the purpose o flaking what that august body proposes regarding the cockroaches in St James Market, The duties of the Con trailers are varied -but this is the first time they have had to turn theii uLtention to the study of entomology ,1 he is ureent. Dr. the health department and Market In f-pector Blron have made a report to the efi'ect' that the market build ing is aiivc with cockroachee. In tlie interest of public lionlth, they nay tie building must he cleaned once or it, will have to be closed. The Con- t.-oilers' said they would give the mat- ter their immediate attention. LABORER KILLED IN CAVE IN Calgary, Oct. Zuniala; a Calician laborer, was instantly killed ill is morning in a cave-in in a sewer tunnel. OUR BEST" Flour Leads them all. Try it once. You'll like it. DINE LEADERS OFMETHOD1SM Toronto, Oct. .800 lead- ers of Method ism from all over "the world sat down at tlie monster ban quct the. J conference by the Toronto Methodist Social mi ion in Masscy.Jlall. Standards, of twfi.ntv-1.wo nations: were displayed, onl} one II ig that oi Cuiaiiti, to King George. At the platiorni' table was a notable gathering of Methodists including Chester Mas- sey, chairman Dr. Albert Carman, Kev. Dr. l-Iaigli, Sir Robert Perks, Bishops Hamilton, Burt and Smith (colored) I I Jlattenbur} who lias the largest .Methodist con: Si-elation in the world, John R. Mott, Kov. Dr. Chown, Dr. II. W Fitchefct and Rev. Dr. LiKgcLt. At-the.afternoon scssioiii the patri- otic spirit OL the great gathering was stirred by the receipt of a tele- gram from the Duke of Conmiught ex- pressing his pleasure, at. hearing ,of the conference and hoping they were; having succcssm! .meetings. The cori-j fcrence appointed a committee to draft 'a suitable reply after the> had risen en masse and sung the Na- tional Antlicm. The committee was Bishop Hamilton of Boston, Sir Gc'o SmiUi oc England, and N. W. Rowell of Toronlo. 'Tlie girl's father told of South'- wick having told him that be loved girl Rosa, and that he had told him'not to he silly tiiat he was j i old man. To Mr. Palmer he said that apl be worked when he could get it conditions on do and had never lived on the pro- 15.2 per cent, below on Sep- tember 1. Condition oi important crops on October 1, or at tlic time of liar- the basis of 100 reporting today. As a consequence Ihe condition of all crb'ps combined 'on October 1 was below j date, as i For Your Health's Sake elrcthe huatiiiRof atfcntion it deserves. Don't unthhiLingly instnil a Kurniicc wfliichsuppliea dry, parching titr that irritate throaU ami cmisifl coh 1.4, juid kcops you jitiyinic out money lo Doctors and Druggists. Theavwtge hot-air Furnace docs that'tocum In warmiue the-air it .'dries out UM and wnterpan not big .enough, neither la it correctly, mate rood Nature's to of The Big Circle Watcrpan ot the j cecils of prostitution. Tiro last crown .vitness was Deteetivc'Egan, who told of the arrest... In defence William .Blair. a drug- gist in.th'e employ ,of the J. D. Hig-.i average, "nob normal conditions, fol- lows Apples, '114.1'; sugar lemons, 10l.fi pears, lOS.f! grapes beets, 102.1; oranges rice, 'fl'9.5 called. H'a test'I- .i'ie'd that Southwlck seethed demented die day of the ooccurrenee anil the day before. J.'D. Higinbotham was ive.vt called. He testified Lliat. lie had known wiel; since IS7-1 and bad known him peainils, 90.S ;J huckwlicat, intimately ever since he came west) sweet 2 corn, over twenty years ago. For sonve potatoes, R2.-7. weeks previous to tlie shooting South- 99.3. 1 seemed depressed. 1-Ie know, that Soiithwick drank a IKU-e and had. years taken enormous duaii- tities of morphine, but his friends thought they had irim cured of the habit. However, he broke out some- times, asid had b'aen taking fore the shooting affair. South wick I Of the crops already reported it IF estimated compared 'with the average annual production of the last five years; this year's production of jWlieat'is cent, less, oats fi pet cent., barley 2 per cent., hay HI per.ccnt, lass.. The production off.beans was flfi.i seemed ioMiare a suicidal mania h'ut cent.- of average; Icaflir corn otherwise Va-3 quite harmless, George Soiithwick was this noon foiiiitr guilty by the'jury of I clover seed'; 82.fi tempting to murder by shooting one S3-1- Sosa .Reid. In giving their verdict the through II. Bcattie, made: uf'slrong rccon'i- rnentlation to mercy. 'Chief Justice deferred the gmng oi the sen until the end of the sitting forage, 'tomatoes, cab- ;_ bage, 8it.7 millet'hay, sceij( The yiet'd of broom corn is per cent, and estimated 00.4 per ci average crop., oi the court lit- did m the Daw case. The UuHcm cose postponed til the hearing of the civil c; whicli be heud Midge Heck' it ihe sithrigs commeitbing tfctobfe RETIRES FROM R. N. W. M. p-J J dnionton Oct, twenty- Cue jetrs sen ice the R N. "M P In jvestein Canadi Sergeaiit C S' has decide! lo iPtirfi aii'rt take the hard-earned rest which be has justly merited he innetl in the ufj Inst night Lesser Slave .Lake where he (lias been, stationed for the past four years. Sergeant, .Adams basv been stationed, practically' all over the west anil well and popularly known by a gfaat many members of the force. NEW .TRAIL-BRIDGE a few days on the construction >ofVB hundred thousand dollar concrete -bridgte, i which the provincial government is ig Trail, the, contract having been to Armstrong of Van- couver. !itli si, _Th-a bridge .ia; Die mtonor of .the province and will 300 men this Winter. -.It is; on. the main trans- continental a.dnrge por- tion is nqu- (Completed-: betWe'an .the Alberta jboundarj-.j.and the Pacific'' coast, and few years will, connect the prairies with Mexico, via Washington, Oregon and California.: SAFE BLOWN UP AT GLEfCHEN Gleichcn, Oct. Cameron Und- say's HAD INSURANCE Controller prfvidcon of Paid .'.Only-One Ottawa, a (Who 'rt "Satnrdav-, .took out an insurance r icy of J100.000. At that time he n perfect hoalt'li, and regarded this rather as ah invostnicrit than any ither way. Mr, Davidson, had only laid one full premium oiiMbe policy, I'bich now to hls.'ostato. .j TO RE8ION i leport in Circulation Regarding P. M. of Chatham Chatham, Oct, report is in olrctilation t here tlwt Mr. for the past twenty-five 'earn Police Magistrate of Chatham, awked by the dopairtment'at 'oronto, to hand in his resignation, ollowlng tlie visit of the ive dclenatfon to Premier at 'oronto. The Premier is stated to I nve approved the proposal on COL. Ition that the incoming official he ebarred ?from law.. Mr Hauvton this morning declined lo either confirm or deny tho 'report. safe .was. 'blown. 'up hero early .his morning bilia :i'o'-'the extent of were taken. No clue lus yet. been found to tlie robbers. ANGLICAN RECJOR 'RESIGNS ,0ct'. is ..under- stood that the. resignation of. Rev. Wilkinson has been placed before oiftcialH of the Anglican church here. Mr. AVilkiiison is planning to leave for St. Catharines tlic IStli, where he and Mrs.. Wilkinson will enjoy a well "earned rest.for a.month two. 30 really doea wbat.it is supposed to do. Br enetrelioj; the fin pot, and holding 4 to 6 gallons, it eraporntes the irattr fast enough to keep up the natural humidity .of the air. Trmt instead of being dry and stuffy, the air ot .m "Good Cheer" heated house is as fre.h BUM) Ito air J day in June. Investigate this question and corhrince yonrself. Write for Booklet full gladly supply it. S THE JAMES STEWART MFG. WoodslDCk, Ont. Winnipeg, MM. For Sale by IlicU-Selil Hardware Co. WOMAN IS IN FIELD FOR MAYOR death of his father.' Airs. A> l-Jovey Stirling News Wra. Nate, apd Miss Holis, both of married on of this FPEwing has news of the expecjing hor mother from England in tho course of a few days. J. G. Christeusen, till recently ;.a resident of Stirling, is bade this week digging his potatoes. .Mr. and Mrs. Hirsche, from the homestead district, were in town on A iMassey-Harrls niiichine man is in town setting up machinery. A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. P. on Thursday, Oct. 12th. Miss Linda Oler is spending a cou- do with her mother, "Mrs. of Coaldale. Mrs. O. H. Johnson, ot the Iowa Spokane, Wash., Oct. H. Mrs. Clara A. Wright, years of ape, wife of If. C. Wright, a rural mail carrier at Wash., has en- tered the mayoralty race in that city. The primaries will take place on No- vember and the election on Deccm- 5. George 13. county su- perintendent of schools, is the other candidate for inayoi'. ]-ris name .will appeal- on the- independent ticket in the Thcra is no contest nn c'ither ticket. Mrs. Wright was the first woman "lo lite for "office in bin- coin county since the state law for j equal sufirage became effective. She! is a native of Oregon, 'horn at Eu- gene'in 18S2. She mother Q[ three children. The oldest is 'five j Jt, ,1. I'llLLUl'BUIl lUilUIllfi years of, the youngest; being .a !sujpment to-Fort AVilliam.. i ,in arms. Mrs, .Wright staunch riadvocafe of d IP a. si. .by i'lifc ti ouhlesotm1 expenftncfis, .01" the mayor of "I am n candidate "on the, ticket and if elected I shall give..the city of Davenport a" jiinistralion so. far as it is pos- sible for its mavor to direct." town on Thursday. "Will Nate was a passenger to Lt on Wednesday. Nels Ellison of the homestead dis- was a visitor to town on Wed- nesday. R. :.l. Patterson is loading wheat for JUSTICE HARLAN DEAD 'Oct. ciatc Justice Holm" tl. Karl an, of the U. S. Supreme 'Court, died at his home -hero.at 8.15 o'clock, of .bronchitis. 41 was 78.years old. NEW -VILLAGES .IN ABITI9I afontreal, Oct. G. C. Pichc. liieE ,of the Provincial forestry ser- is leaving tomorrow for Abitibi with Mer.'Lfttu'pIl. Bishop 'of kaming, and .others, to rieternilne Jie ekact location of.'five new villages iv the Ahitibl, country into which settlers are -rapidly pouring. A. Crow.u nds agent accompanies tilie party, and'when the location :of the "settle- ment is found the' Bishop once locate, the sites for tbe'parlsh. church- .las. -Lai-sen, was in Lethbridge on R. Burke and ITardman did tho, work of removing the vault from the jpenmenlin. nion Hank' of Canada and hauling to this L. wefik. is on the sick list LOT OF WHEAT AT GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lnke, Oct. is no exaggeration in the statement that hushels of wheat have icon marketed at the local elevators >r shipped by farmers of the Grassy Lake district. Last Saturday record was established that will be hard to .beat when. KJn loads' of wheat were taken in by the two elevators and five care loaded at the platform. Jos. Brandlcy was a visitor to Leth- bridge on Monday.' .Mrs. S. Clark is visiting on her son's homestead east of town. 1 T. Brandlcy and W. T. Ogden are oadlng grain in cars for shipment. .Mrs. Sheffield, .of Cardston, is a guesL of Mrs. Clarke. OIL AND GAS STRUCK IN DELAWARE TOWNSHIP London, Ont., Oct.. gas land petroleum have been struck: b> i drillers m' Delaware township For I some''time promoters been louth of the bridge over :the Thames' at the village, of .Del-it jwhre', ten miles southwest city [Recently both oil and gas were found, and today the': promoters 'reecived yvui'il that tho quality of the petru lenm is first class. They are confi- dent that there is a, large basin in the neighborhood, and that Middlesex will provide a now oil field of importance. MADE PRIVY, COUNCILLORS Ottawa, Unas. Marcil, 'ormer Sseaker-of the House, and Hon. ,1. K. Kerr, Speaker of the Senate have been made Privy. Councillors according to an .oi'der-ln-conncil passed oil Oct. 8. This is in accordance- with tra- ditional practice. MAJOR M. BEATTIE DEAD -Mat- thew Beattie, of Camplwllville died suddenly of heart failure after an til ness of only one day. Deceased was a grain and ateo postmaster here and Township clerk of Naasagaweya. For many years, the Major was con-: nected with the 20 thf Regime lit 'Sergeant Tames F Jackson, for 22 years on tho Windsor, Mllov, te MAN NOT JUSTIFIED m SPANKING WIFE Log AiiRcles, Oct. man is not jitdttfiwl in ppankins din wife even if Hhe deflerves K, .according to a de- cision on file today in Justice Youns's court. In rendorinff tlife decision Jus- Lice Young fined E. Faync iie had pleaded K'Ulty to rhc charge of having spanked his wife, but pleaded justification. "No matter how tn.uch sms deserv- ed to be spank'erf, the law docs, not permtt of your -laklng a hand In the said thn justice. lie then ordered Payne to jrtr.the I GET OUT OF IT'S GRASP There are thousands business men to-day who will say that they owe every- thing-both their social and financial standing-their very lives, to the fact that they took A SAFE, SURE CURE IN 3 "Tlir'1 MF A I TTI P A TIlffF'MT' THE NEAL TREATMENT TIME------------ Thqro arc.Thousands..-oC'Successful Business JIcn Today who will sny llinf. they Owe (their Sooinl niid Financial Very Lives, to the grout Kact that they took Tho Neal Treatment In time. Thousands upon thousands of men who had a good START in the hnsiness world, today have NOTHING. Their families and Mends could tell WHAT LIQUOU DID for these men. Many, a man has lost, a good position Irecause ho was one of those fellows who could "take it or leavo it alone." Drink and business won't mix. 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