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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta f T'iie Jueikbiitigfo Herald, ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISHED. Round Street Phone 763 It's natural for you to want the most .and the best you can get for your money. -The only safe., way-is Jtoj-always" let us make you, an estimate on what you want before buying else- where. We have complete stocks oi everything in lumber and building: material Westminster RcL it Lethbridge N. Taber Bow Island Milk High lUver Granum Carmangax Baroas Kinj> Jet. V The Waddington- Stuckey Company All Kinds of. BLAST GRAIN Carloads shipped at once, oh receipt of "order. Get our -prices. Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. sold -OB commission, vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSED SALHS-YD. SMITH Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Dessing i Repairing V Woodwork ,BARN. Smitti-'arid Dtifferin BOY FELL OFF ROOF OF BARN I- The '-'Of flee Kipiey Transfer EedpatlrSt. s. ..Opposite "lie thodist GHurcH :.--Drayirig dcitfe-on shori? PH'ONES: Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS.Proprietora next Arcade Phone 1163 Accident'to a'. Lad jS'ear News From Railroad Town Coleridge, Sept. fell at intervals during several days at Cole- ridge this week, and. though it. has delayed threshing operations the ranchers are thankful" as it will be a great. help -to roots' garden.- stuff as well as tarnishing .abundant mois-. ture to start the. fall and ".make fall plowing .Owing-to on ;Tues-: day the., special meeting ratepayers of S. 1-73 mot attended .and it.-was thought best to postpone the meeting. It-will" accord- ingly, take .place! a-t the .school. house on Monday evening th'e.l2th'-inst; when two..trustees "will be" elected to fill the .places chairman and -secretry treasurer .resigned. On Thursday' of. :last tweek "Arthur Wise. the. little S jrear old son of Mr. and Mrs. 'iWIse, living two miles west, of .Coleridge, had -the; mis- fortune .to' fall .-from sta- which he frac- turing- the one. arms in two places; He was. immediately, driv- en; to medical aid was'-procured-and the. fracture reduc- The- little -1 ellow is doing as well as-could, be expected- under the cir- cumstances. v v -iThe' well drilling--.outfit "of Linns, of Calgary, was operating in the vicinity :of some weeks past. While drilling a well for Messrs. Moore couple', "-of -town., .when they had just struck water at., about the drill, became jammed ,and -.those; in charge have been till" the -present.. They.-talk -of- dig- j gin'g the whole distance to. relieve, the j drill .-or, boring -la.'" larger -hole, along- Roh-t." McGlelland-.has left his ranch gpne to. Calgary where he has-, secured-.a good ..position ia, .P. R. repair, shops.: He" is an expert air-brake repairer. Mc- Clelland. missed ia .as h'e has .held the position of. superintendent of the Presbj-terian SSboatti -'School, and be hard to. hisjlplace'. f, Coleridge "is 'very-. the su c-'of "her ririemen this season. Trooper F. H. Wright a member of the ".Cole-ridge Rifle Asso- ciation, has just returned from Otta- wa a'fter ha.ving attended, the 0, R. A." and D. R.. A. matches. Although Mr. Wright is only 21 years of age, he suc- ceeded In over in prize money, "taking; first place In the Gen. Lake match-'and standing, well up to the frOrit -in Weveral other events." Hench came, up from Medicine' Hat to take the Presbyter-' ian.service here on-Sunday owing to' the -wet" day there was no .attendance. Next service will, bl iheld on-Sunday the ISth.. OBSERVANCE OF SABBATH Rev.W.M. Rochester Dis- cusses Work of Lord's Bay Alliance W. M. Rochester, .associate secretary-of "the Lord's Day AlLahce, spoke in Wesley, and Knorc churches yesterday in the interests ris'or- ganization. He gave" two tieal and pleasing addresses that were listened to with'great attention ty the large congregations present. He first showed that" the. Sabbath or seventh day-of rest was -ibt the creation of the church, but is a di- vine, institution and was before the church began. Man is made on the seven-day plan and numerous instanc- es were giyen to show that men ac- complished more and better work ty observing the Sabbath as a day., of TO TAN W r BY ELECTRICITY Plant to Be Erected IB new Invention Sept. from cattle raised HI Montana, Idaho Oregon', and .Washington will be tan- ned by a .special electrical process, re- cently perfected .by- William P. Smith.. the manufactured into footwear in two large plants, employ- 500 to men and women, to-be by E. H. the E. H. 'Stan- ton "Packing-company, P. H. Burgess and Blinn Yates of Spokane, who have associated.-, with'them John D. Lar-' a.. miliionaire.isoap manufacturer of-Buffalo, G. L. Richards, a capitalist, wtia was formerly mayor of'Boston.. PROTEST AGAINST RAILROAD PLANS Reported To Have Been Entered by Other In- terested Roads Pincher Creek, Sept. in- formation given "your correspondent] by a w.ith the con-] tract work ot-the railroad, thej approval of the.plans at, Edmonton is j not .Tuesday. Thej same informant stated that protests! were likely "to, be entered for infringe-! ments Pincher Creek road, on the survevs and lire; of the Carbon j rest "than by working without taking 'W. Nanaimo white residents to the attendance at the general pub; lie schools by Chinese children, by themselves erecting a school for pup- ils of their own race, which they ex- press a willingness to It is suggested that the department may asked to assist them in obtaining a qualified teacher. It Is expected the government will agree to the proposal which will set- tle a long standing and 'burning ques- tion. There are a-" sufficient nmnber of Chinese children of school age -Jn Nanaimo and immediate vicinity to support a school which vide them with an education -without bringing them into Immediate contact TCith. white Vii> ia ;