Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
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You have.iio risk, assume no obligation, and I thank you.before hand for the me, personally.- Address: PRESIDENT; GRAND RAPIDS, K MICHIGAN CREDlWNDEaDE RAISE BIG FUND Dollars Requii'etl to Investi- frauds and to -An" Important business meeting of tlie. Canadian Credit Men's Associa- tion, iat" 'the, 'sixth monthly dinner at in the adoption of a-1 resolution. -to' start iund -prqsecutioa of unscrupulous President, tL H.- Pigo'tt oc- v'cupieaV the chair, supported iy R. R. and -the board of .governors- -Recent Cases in Point case -of' Fred Martinson, of St. Broderick) Sask. nvhich was disposed ,01 by '.the Regina courts on Monday, example of what the s doing in all future cases "to its ..notice., ;An' appeal, was made to the mera- all, 'such cases tb ..tie'1 "no gee'- of '-The, committee, so that' action can be taken. A feature -.of ttie .meeting was the desire expressed: for a higher state of mercantile agency ser- EUCHARIST DECREE Period of. Patting, Curtailed; Age Limit Reduced 'i'- Milan, Pope is abosj to promulgate a ..decree which will a vast amount of interest -in those .sections. of .Christianity .beyond the Ghurcli of-Rome, .like the Greek and High Church. Anglican in to midday, or of communicants' in a weak state' of Pius X abolishes the old law. The; Pope priests a light meal if taken three or four hours, or suffi- cient time, for-digestion, before the cel- ebration of; the Mass, the fasting i for thie Catholic: laity is reduced to, a period of, six hours' before: receiving the Holy; Eucharist. Pius X. has the admitting children to the first only "when- they attain the age of.'12- or 13. This cus-. no'w- universal; in-the Romair Ca- tholic church, is, says the Pope, a'-de-j piorable relic of heresy, and he orders, that'the' yo.ung% of 'either sex be forthwith encouraged to be- come f church -communicants.' ail the- world over, at of 7 years. became.-'mentally. if When "she 'disappeared; last her brother, to' the "revetm.e'n't I "ft-all and .just1 as :the Stoker ther -had found his-sis'ter's hat a' week befo'rc.' :r' The" police 5" lifted the M COPY OF; STATUE OR; JACQUES' Sept. Slayor y ,u ,i. -behalf of Hamilton; Sept. as j city of'.Quebec of a copy.-oT the toe aeath of -her? girl churns j statue of Jacqu-ss years ago H at St. The a; determination to obtain more, up.-to date and .reliable inform a- BANK. MANAGER-AND i bn by, .means-' o t harmonious together on behalf of the members and agencies supplying the information. frorrr.members for .unr claims for shortages, etc., ...__ under. disefeSnn. and action will ".be.-.'.taken 'to minimize these as si? the same anner Her'bo'dy _ taken "from the bar this'mo.rninp; in? irhc identical spot lihe rer mains of her unfortunate found a. week ago. for and" the d fs to be accepted" CHICKS IN TREE New York, Sept.' "Hens will be davs. -A week Sliss 'Stoker, .'-roho iworic ed'in a large ,dppaft-meht', after sbeing, '.reprimanded' for" a '.mfsdemean- or, walked home with ja. boy .Pathos" surrounds both tragedies: I laying in" aeroplanes said Ros- Beatrice Stoker antf ths" r Cole girl nna' a were, both sixteen years had been loving friends poultry fancier, today 'when he heard of-the perform- ance of a brown owned by S. Winchester, "saya special; frbrh- ''Winstead, --Cons. :-Wetm'bre noticed" the Leghorn clucking 'about a large maple- tree uu> ijLiciru. .Testerday.-.. The hen'had 'been miss- tossed hira.ji rose, as ,ii.e left him "a't three-weeks and. in the 12 her door, an'iTthen walked'' to the feat ground, he fa-ond- 12 revetment and drowned herself. Emily Cole was heart-broken over her chum's sad fate, and "brooded over 2. limb was broken off. ''chickens--The hen had i'aid in a hollow place-where A report- was read from the legis- lation 'committee respecting the neces! further 'legislation governing "tlUj- obtaining ot" credit-by "of "'tinanc-ial-JTart.a-tements sub- mercantile agencies." 'V Cheques and No Funds' The issuance 'of cheques" on banks where'no. funds are" in deposit to coy- or such cheques -at they-are issued... and-no arrangements-made to j them, when was. ano- :ther point raised committee. .--These matters arev, receiving the! -ii-V'.. f, careful attention of- .the- legislation" Sept.r committee, and it hopes soon to re- :Frederick. a..favorable outcome of its cf- Park, -thrashed- tiger, with .a: crowbar ,'The secretary reported that the uni- mpriung... He went-into "Beifs to financial statement adopted by do and got "out association at a previous meeting th'e brute-had: recovered "from now Scing largely "-used, by mera- prise. Ben: deserved all :he bers, and expressed the- opinion that. a little bit more... He has become "the. before the end "of the first fiscal year CLERK ARRESTED Brockvilie, Sept. sensation was caused at- ,a village' 15 miles north of '-here, this morning 3 the arrest- :pf 'Robert. Sughen, -manag- er of-.the-PaTiaers Bank-of that place, and MelvM-.Forest, _a- clerk, -the er to "tho extent of and the latter with: the theft men appeared-here this morn- ing-; before- Bolice Deacon. and 'for'a-week.'......" ...Forrest- pleaded guilty and Sughen not guilty. electric To those; motors, tfectrical machinery. This or 'Our are work, install ling private jpr. Central station plants, JTo too for usl1 Eeinember-tJiat Ve" only t t "trie power- irieciiamcs in SoutKem 'Alfeerta, wKicli we can anv test submitted to- US. We' neither Desire favors. We. stiand.-oii our alone, but we ask basis to give us a trial. If; .your have .'failed to locate trouble- or without lending away to the makers causes 7 unnecessary 'We will give a written guarantee to buy motor or dynamo -If we fail to lobate trauble and repair '.ameO'1, We "xetiuiid motors, and-. dynamos, install and repair, electrical money. i.nanie and. address "because itr wolL- ELECTRIC POWER "EXPERTS 1110-Redpath UNITED STATES STATION AT. SEATTLE Sept. 20i-f-The S.' Goy- purcnased. sixty' acres of .land, at. on Liberty, Bay, as the'site'of a torpedo staitibn on' tho of one at Newport, R.-I, i as- about 15 miles from the Sound- nav> yard. i T. IVIackav, of Sault Sit Marie, has -been-appointed police magistrate tie judicial district of Algoma "bad man" of the Zoo. of-the'association this form will have A. short time aeo tie. jaguar, whose' replaced the multiplicity ll'! outside cage at the -Riverdalfr- park ..now.'in use, thus reform, of forms j-about a which would re- Zoo adjoined the tiger reform, which would re- lessly allowed- his. tail to flop through i dound-'.-to the benefit of the members the iron-barred artition into their the iron-barred partition into BenV section--and .Bea. bit the- tail off.- The-! The .-.clearing house -committee. jaguar is still on the ho'spital list.-' It a SrowinS was. thought that this action was tment hs nl dopattment has only :b_eeir, 6' in: opera- of .grandmother's ti "the L Pan of Furnace supplies the moisture so necessary to the air ve breathe; -ordinary Furnaccwith'its apology for a only quarfs, is utterly unable to air-it heats half as-.humid as outdoor air. This dry air shrinks the wood -work, loosens the joints of Yno furniture, dries and.shrivels up the house plants, andworse'still, affects throat and Iun5.in much the same way. Thafs why you catch cold so .easily In winter. mere exhibition of mischief on "Ben's i-Uon slnce 26-- the part, but a wire placed collection from .and-..--, distribution over, the intercepting -two members or-ledger informa- bf the roune lions were, placed in'the rnulual accounts an-d -the val-: cage where formerly the% jaguar had ue information .has. cpmc-to be taken the air. Ben'managed one'day in. credit to get a the netting and rtr claw one of the lions ba-dlyj'The. staff thereupon made and bolted to tha bars a stout solid wood partition eight feet-high, and this put a' _stop to Ben's apparently. But yesterday morning Ben "and one of the lions, after growling at at 6.30 p.m. fh Secretary vo paw over-, _anU 'the' western n tiger immediately closed his teeth, on to witna_ferocious grip. -The with -the association. shall he given or refused. of are in ar healthy state, any I'oars of j the wholesale interests can now he for i gotten. j' It lias been decided to hold the I monthly dinner at the Royal Alexan- dra on" the second Wednesday in each FURNACE with its nav patented Waterpan" .supplies air like the breath of summer that is not only warm, buthumid, j -like, the- air outdoors. You can live more, .comfortably in this humid, Cheer" atmosphere yo'Ci can at or in the r avr supplied by the average both health and economyin Furnace. your mind to install R 41Good Cheer Furnace. Write tor full description. howling-emitted-by the lion 'the other animals in the'Zoo frantic with terror. Their grunts'and barks in. chorus created a sensation in the surrounding district, and brought Su- perintendent Goode and his ing to the- lion house in quick time. Poking ,Ben -with everything Ion? enough to reach hinf disturbed him not al. all. He just to that! paw. A stream .of water from quickly laid hose was likewise of no avail. It was then that, Superintend- ent G-oode took a crowbar 'from one of the men, and, before arid- other onlookers knew what'he was about, unlocked the outside door" step into Ben'.s cage, slammed the The following rnem'jcrs-'vooc part in the .discussion Mc- Millan, Chris tin, FaUis; Forgiven, Madigan. McAlli.sti'r, Kciiocdy, Perry. Arnold, Whitby-, Catir ueli, ana Learie. SCARLET FEVER EPIDEMIC- SPREADING IN WINNIPEG door to again, walked 'up to the tiger. Winnipeg, Sept. scarier fever epidemic in the northern, section of this city is a serious 'affair and the city authorities have decided to.take vigorous steps to deal with The hospital accommodation 'is filled up. and no more .patients can be received there, so it has been ,-arranged for to Of Farm Stock and Inipfements v A' SHARP At J. C. Graves' Safe Barn, GaJt Street, Lethbridge HORSES and struck him over the at the head with the crowbar "Ben stool eXhlbHlon -as; temporary iso- u nation quarters. The-Aldermen arc supervising plans for fighting the dis- ease and the general hospital board is matching :he situation.. About sixty cases which." have been reported are not in. the hospitals and it gamely for a while, and then with a sasp of pain loosened his. hold on the lion's-.paw and dropped prone to the floor of his cage still gasping, while Superintendent Goodc opened t'he.door and stepped out to-safety. The Zoo staff and a number of spectators, including ex-Alderman Daniel Lamb, the staunch friend of the Zoo, cheered the Superintendent wildly, pausing at intervals to berate Inrn for taking the risk. "It was the cooiest thing I.ever said Lamb to The Globe. Mr. STEWART MFG. CO., LfMTFED, WIKNtPEG, The widow of the. -late Joseph. lias made appli- cation for tetters of Administration to new cases are reported at the rate ot about ten per day. -Facilities for checking the spread or contagious dis- eases are poor, especially in the north and the physicians report that it is almost impossible to enforce the quar- antine' among the: majority, of tbe peo- ple "there. RAINBOW GOT AS FAR AS'-MONTEVIDEO Montevideo, Uruguay, Sept estate. .Relatives had claimed Canadian cruiser Rainbow Jeft here he left the wttovr. beer, [today to- 1 black gelding grey. Perckeron mare. 8 grey mare .8 brown gelding bay gelding-... 1 sorrel mare 1 brown 1 9. O grev gelding bay v grey mare y. grey bay mare -grey mare grey .......-.9 gelding .9 bay. mare 8 1 grey mare 10 1 sorrel gelding .8 1 bay geldijig .9 1 span mules .9 Age Weight 1450 1500- 1300 1600 1200 1250 1300 1300 1200 1300 1350 130Q 1400 1400: 9 .8 8 9 .1400 1500 1250 6 Pisli Bros, brick wagons, nearly" new, complete with whiffle' trees -and 21-2 inclf, s> 1 Bonanza -tr'ucl: "wagon. 3 tires. 1 B. P. Moe wagon, 3 inch tire. 1 2 1-2 inch tixe. Bos, whiffle trees, neck complete. 'I .V 5 basket-wagon racks. 1 McCormack swinging'stacker.: 2.sweep rakes. 3 -seven-foot -Beering with tongue and trucks. ,3-iive-footDeermg mowers. 1 -ten-foot Deering hay rake. 1 -Moon's top buggy, complete 1 eighteen-inch plow. i 8 sets double team harness. 1 set double Koirc harness. J- Eyerything will be soid without reserve, as the owner is giving up farming. terms strictly cash J. A.