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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald, -Friflay, September u nt t A Modern Eiglit-Roomed House, Lot This property will be disposed of at a bargain street x 225, at 1255 Dufierin Street. For particulars apply to Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 at Taber." Bow Island Milk River High River f] Claresholm Nanton Granum t Carmangay, Barons Kipp Jet Car- Falling Plentifully at mangay-Church to be Dedicated Carmaagay, Sept. dedica- tion, of the Methodist Church will T-ake place 'on the 4th., inst., and the service will: be conducted fo'v t-he 'Rev. but w guterprising: local J. Smith, of Hamilton, Ontario, 'who ranks'as q'uent-attd magnetic Methodist mi of .this- ciiurch day of 'July. been" erected, 'This is the first dedi- j having a busy time" catory .service to be held in the Lit- j already shipped east Wi ,tle-Bow Vallev.. wcst {Q Vancouver..1 AmQngithc has, been falling licre plenti- the past week and the ground is, well it still. con- ClaresHolmv Sept: went, from here to' Mackoci; hear. Sic I.aurier and _ others went to a similar -purpose. Claresholm is ', .just -with, the. shipping uf Probably the-, largest shipment is now_ leaving our yards that ever-leftr !The'cat- tie-on the Ranch have been sold and it. ;is- pleasing Bess Driver in Coal Creek Met Instant Death V to the Sept- Mpst'aa- Colorado Springs, Sent. a des- V perate attempt to hold uj? the west- bound Midland train Xo. 'A, i'our west Jof divide" early this: morning, an unknown bandit, was instantly killed 'by a rock thrown by Steward after he had shot .the engineer in the leg. Sterling relate not to some occurred ia No.15 mine Mirti_ .fwo but to enterrising- to 'the Fat :CoaI .Creek last night, when Jas. I oaanes, Aiarun, two men were found near the scene of the his father now resides and tinues to', be warm generally-, but one or have been inclined to be, chilly and-fires A bad .epidemic typhoid, lias brbk en out in. one pL tie irrigation' ditch camps "about twenty miles" from- here, and- it has been deemed advisable to close it' doivn for a few days to the rs-.-s There -been, several deaths dur-? have the past fe' chase are quite large number Mil this be the wiierb 'in the state of Washi a. scoured. the country pear th'e ...-Corosrer H-.-.A., summonsed a and the. scene .cideitt, early Uiis.-morning, and. after- i he body of-the unfpr- ranching sear Ciaresfioim. turra'te. young, man 'in -the undertaking asking. H ranohiusc is, ,a pay ins-] parlors of Win. Scott. An" adjourn-: gaiae at all here- is -a for-, -a j menl.-was taken to. next. Wediiesday syndicate 'for a ttnet1 not evening- at the -provincial- court house., T ,t. :_ A IL r.' aft TTTtH KP nc -tn be found in will be taken K. .Ferguson has .eiyen'jip-'.busir.ess'j cause of the 'a'cci-dent. as a grocer and "'has" left Claresh'.olm. at'any rate lor-the-presentT E., C.! 'Caraies; 'Has.' spector police-' iir rt-M.fl VTYDrt -UN-EXPECTED CLEAN-UP .FROM THE MIKADO Mi IMS' .as a hospital time and a- trained nurse is looking after the Everything p-ossibie is be-; inp; done to stamp out tie fever the doctors liave It under control. .Mexico 'City, Sept. of'the one-hundredth ariniver-; Sary of herc-inde-pendence-ibesan end, end-of.-. the- Onti. Sept. BvBicker- manager of the Mikado .mine ,____D__ in "in gold bullion from mine this morning from dirt which the same" into }u-si" 'taken "wnile repairing and Tsarn belonging to (C: with a! ;iarntric; _ ____ to j clearing the old stamp mill. This, was ;ia'pleasantsurprise to the local siiare- -Tias-' -had t-hc.-misfqr- iioiders. The twenty stamp mill will .tuner" to lose' by" death- the' Percherdn commence running in two -weeks and Stallion Pensftljm'p.o'rted.from''France'., is.a splendid body of ore in slopes mine -the returns arc expected to be large. The MikacLo bar de1-been'closed for seven reopening-marks the revival of mining in this district- fence bill ha'sf'be'en read.'a tnird.time, tee attempteti "hold-up and the Martin, -brothers nid- TJtte -dead robber wore a cloth mask-, and-- gunny .sack tied a'bout his riecft. He .armed fritli , revch'ers which had evi- dently -been unused some time. 1'ite engineer and 'fireman say .he spoke. Vith a Swedish accent. Sept. cable received; at the department -of trade and commerce' this morning announces'the'death "in Paris of Hector'Fabre; the-- Canadian commissioner to- France. He. had; -been ill for some time. -TJ 5 1ECEIPTSJ --OTJF Good, Record for Month of August-Homestead -Entries- in the Letb- 'bricige 'district'during the month of August considerably lighter than in'.thei corresponding month, of last OFF Iff WINMPEG MARKET THE CONTINENT Winnipeg, Sept, lock out resulted- from international executive of and rea-j sons union, ordering-the; inen work on Lyall-Mitchell contracts- was settled', and the threatened 'tie-up- of j building trades per- iod averted. asserted- that Leac ijyaU-Mitchett-1 connected with. Peter of with whom, union-was at' logger- ids All the Cities of America Iii WheatMarketing v-...3. i year.-The.'totai." entries this were and. the ;union ordered- the men Minneapolis- Winnipeg, Figures receipts at .Winiripeg show this is. nbw.-the-latgestr.wiieat market the- 'Vineriean- continent, displacing held- the lead- Homesteads Preemptions Furcaased- homesteads Si 31 114 to organize' a'pur.eij-': union 5 (j failed and an arbitration was V .finally findings' are 360 that Lyail-Mltcheil Ci'tvWeceipU Peter Company of 'AS they every month A question: was the- present" .year ine" customs receipts at ignoring fty agree- j_t_ _ i _ wirTi thA; i-.Tirt.r Total, the Lethbridge oSce during the montiToI-'August" "show "a substantial increase aver the Corresponding month last increase is not so -great .as- iwas-.the increase and" July. The figures' 1909, and- August, 1910, INTERPARLIAMENTARY UNION MEETING AT BRUSSELS Brussels, Sept. 1. With- the ses- sions of the interparliamentary ion for'the promotion of int-ernatibn- al arhitratioh .closed today after thft passage oa ,a: resolution .favor 01 the suppression limitation or'Dloclra-cies, -the limita- tion of contraband- of war to arras ad., amimin! t-ibiis. d to bell i- the destruc- ment with tlie'1 ,tliat there snalL-be no: strike5 lias been adjusricated" by 'board -01 three exchange and" union -repre- sentatives. ;by -tacity agree- ment dropped-' and 'the ittfen-.Svill re-- turn to work con- nection some exchange in complaining "of'this 'breach of- ment, state that .they, have1 no- ufes -forj, the, period not'1 available, the calendar -fear ending' the 31st', -tfiere months there h tfeegpas-t fallaist off ia receipts at conlanJied to in- Buffalo Dulafhr still ranlc' high.- -in, toe; but grain- centres' jCJueago, Kansas .and: MUwau-feee' oroppms; te'e that the. to their agreements.- e.ver live up _ Winnipeg: isi.easiLr1 est; of Jfce- ceipts were bushels Kew York came-next LORD KiliMARNOCK ShiOT -King Aberdeen, George's at Balmoral .was, thrown into today, .when Lord Kilinainock, second secre- tary in the -diploma'tic, service, received four "pellets' through. ".the ac- cfdentaLdischajgfe-of a "The sec: .retarjSVas not. seriously. -injuxed, It BIG BUILDING-IN SEATTLE DYNAMITED attempt to dr- Eamite- a n-ew six-storey btaldiiis' un- der progress of construction at Third avenue '.street nigat, shattered -vnthm the- .radiiis -and "led to that Art1 attempt had' been-made to raid the Canadian Bank of Gcmmerce the building at 'the time -of the were ;slightly. Tner police attempt to wreck'the- bmldmg: -was dye "tiou-oE 'ships contraband .ogiias' tp-1 learn -whose: labor troubles.. .One man. was ar war cargoes other than contraband. 'I gun was responsible'lor the-mishap. is a fitl in by bucket fulls Coat Oil Heaters, Coal Oil 33.75 Ifickle.Pkted.Kettles, 82.00 Ghranite Tea Kettles, for vi....- -.-.-.....65c iarge Size Preserving Kettles, Gxanite Pots, -for Granite. Milk Pans, 60c ior Slop Pails, Pails, small Bails, large GalvairisBed.Pails, A .JTd-ll. 20c, 35e and 40c 50c Frying Pans, at _______ Granite Tea Pots, 85c for Coal black enameled for ..i Galvanized Coal Skuttles, for Lamp G-lasses, 4 for Miners' Lamps. 25c, DOW 2 for Best Make Lanterns. Si. 25 for Axe Kan dies, ?aow only Hammer Handles, 4 for Granite Bread Pan, 40e for 45c 35c 25c Larnps. only three, .-.Half Eire SlioveJs. long handle, Fire Shovels, short handjes, .7.-; Granite Dinner Pails; Large Granite Dinner Pails. Stove and Shoe Brushes, 25c. HOTV 2 fo.r Carpenters Aprons; 50c. now, Hinges and Bolts, now "only Granite Plates; 25c The Jones Shovels, best make, 140w only The Fox and other makes, "now only 25e 10c. Limns UUK-tA ef ;