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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta that give genuine satisfaction in wear and comfort DISTRICT- REWS.: CONSTABLE WANTS AN INVESTIGATION Pincher Creek Councillor is Willing To Let Charges Drop 'j I, Pincher Creek, Sept. a well [attended meeting of the ;iown council I on Monday night a good'deal oi busi- ness was got through with. During the course of events the chairman-of the public works stated "that Sl.'SOO were' to expended on and cm the streets, a total of S2.100, which was included in the estimates. An animated' discussion took place on the system of licenses prevailing, in which of the councillors aired ;their-'-respective -A mo- tion was passed that the secretary 'write' to the cities of Lethbridge ?hd Calgary lor copies of-: their license by- laws. ,J Councillor Tucker.'expressed ingness ..to drop the charges..he "had preferred against the town constable, claiming that 'fie -irade them so.- that- the town would geir a square deal. The board expressed its willingness also to have the matter dropped, .but when it was referred to Constable the latter said he preferred have the charges proven. An investi- gation is to be held by the police committee. Timely' ;.rere garding -some Lone7--- too soon. The -drains in question run from'residences into Vie If they are not closed up after riuc i tice prosecutions will tie in cvcicf! THREE ROBBERS WERE ARRESTED AT OAK LAKE. Brandon, Man.', Sept. John Newton'and Dan .Walsh', arrested "at.Oak. Lake, ap- peared-, in..tlie police court.this morn- ng and'were remanded for-'a -weelc. Tne court room was crowded. The men" were heavily .shackled and quickly iiurrled -back to "jaiL No doubt about an taasneltM bed's hygienic merit; noae about its beauty Nor, any about .its being worth it bears the "Ideal" Guaran- tee oa; the footrail. That "'Guarantee assures you of more than mere, surface excellence. It warrants teat satisfaction to the beyer. snowy enamel will stay white; its parts-will not Work loose. Enow why Metal Beds arc better. "The Philosophy of rcadins. thoujh it free. "Write .for Booklet No. HO different styles. BANQUET ;were VULCAN Address your maU.'to Vulcan.now, as we have a post office now, with JL. L. Elves as postmaster, 0f'VulCa11 Swt aEd itlailtirj] Shaw Bros, have cultivation. the ground dragged as fast as plowed, or disked, as the case, may be. -This not be preached, too 1 Farmers-in our coinmunity-i-ace -irtafc- ing a strong effort ernment to furnish seed grain for next yearns-crop. Others should .Ben Reid and G-eo. Post in- -Hat moving the'Bank of -Hamilton" and Elves Bras, buildings and is to be completed School began last Monday at the Ferrodale School .District, .with Miss Howes, "of as' teacher., oa their homesteads. I Miss Mary Scott is home I'Hat. for' -a :.sh'ort '.visit' with-'., her1 "par- ents. Miss Flossie .also- home from 'the-'Ha't. w A surprise social was given at the cess tocher wjth'.her Several" new buildings' are in pro- cess oi construction and we look for- home" last ,Warn'cr' 'flelightf ull.f; spent' -Tn dancing' and gkmesfr ligh'f refreshments 'were serv- ed. Guests present from a distance were Miss Victoria -Wright, Miss' Mary Scott and Miss Flossie Rapson on either very much- as yet. Keep vour eye' the indicator and Vulcan "grow. FROM, T'P. ,2-15 Martin Loge, and have just returned Montana. TheVi report, the .drouth as unbroken. The ground is in fine condition for breaking since the rains and a, -large acreage of winter wheat- '-is being sown. That -sown before the rains is- now up. Farmers are busy, hands arc scarce and' 'everything is looking up. Doyle Eber returned last'. Monday, .Ssfpt 12 .from near. Cardston where he itas been working in the hav. Doyle thinks this country looks good enough ie> him. Bert Vincent was also home from Cardston last week, but returned Fri- day to haul rise hay to the railroad preparatory to shipping. srHi Mrs. Henry Eliert spent Sunday evening with Fred Beard and Miss Martha Erdman, of Warner, was visiting in this vicinity tor a days fast week. Mrs. Fred arm ?itiss Eiu- were calling on Mrs. J. A. 'Jochazn SaWJrriay. Miss "VPisniewski will return Eenzie Harford'is very sick at this writing, baxching does not agree with him. T. Rapson is putting in ten tons of coal at the school house.. WJiliam .who has been Hugo Tychkan-l-spending, the..snrumer.. with---his father from Inverness, .at Grammy, has ..returned to his home Mrs: from 'spu-th. of Ttfin- nifred, is visiting his friend Kenzie Harford. J. Danielson and Wm.'f Lindsay Called .on -Ben and Sun- dav. ilCA mmm Talk of Slcession ftat-fhef MayDnife With; South Africa Berlin, -Sept. Maximillian' Harden and.-Dr.. Carl Peters, the found .eroof- tJersccany's African-; nave- aroused -the- -wrath of the '-Kaiser -by. stating -publicly that of German .Soutn West Africa- are so discontented with German-' -rule that tney contemplate abandoning tjie Ger- man flag and joining the. British'South African Federation. These colonists are dissatisfied pre- sumably with the -bureaucratic control 'wnich is exercised. over them by the officials. German colony" con- tains more goyer'ennient officials than it is'a matter of- cpfnirion knowledge, that .Germans, 'when. ;they. to. any place .but to" one. of their' own -pos- sessions: Dr.; Carl "Peters.-declares: "I gave, expression to my views during my last..visit- to German South "West Afri-- ca. Iliad plenty of oooortunities to Rev.-Ross., of Bow Maud, contact with all classes of the freparuig Far? a Y. JB. C. L jjpipment Is Secured J _ the ;-Fernie, Sept.. The banquet giv- the auspices. of the Fernie .Young Men's' -Athletic Association, last- night "in the', basement of the Methodist church a grand suc- cess: -''Mayor Hferchmer, -Honorary- President, .took the 'chair and made a very, appropriate during which he place a suitable cuff" at' tber.disposalr'pC -the -association for any -contest ith'ey may' decide up- on.? v. '_ W. kr ''-Beanett, of" the' Ledger, Principal .Bruce, -.'of the city- schools, and -Rev. .J. R: Dim- mick, followed -each' in "short 'speeches, the president'' 'giving outline '-of the objects, -rules- regulations of the Association. t ...the Ladies'" the catering in their usual tasteful' manner., There was an unexpected young men -.shQW-ing -that.-- -Siey are .fiuick to catch :6n: to a. "An outfit for- -the- gy.mjiasimna-b.-as -been :ordei'ed-, and will soon, be? installed: 'Steps are' also being -taken- books and magazines -for riding room and eocrc-spondence is going forward" in regard- .to services of a- professional in athletics to take-' charge of "tilt worfc. HOLD-UP MAN Railway President on tb at Pincher .Creek Pincher Creekj Sept. the third man of hold-up fame. i. still at. 'Die police know him to he about, 20 miles, from here, arm ed with a small rifle, and is said to have 100 rounds, of ammunition with him. "Matheses surf Buek'us, the two men arrested, will have their prelim iuary. trial here, to-morrow. Mr. and Upton entertained a number of friends to a whist-, party on 'Tuesday..night. The ladies- pms.was Avon by Miss Me Crea, or.-Macleod.; and, the gentleman's by C. Jackson. Refreshments and music were in order after the whist at which, there were six tables. of, New York, president of the Pincher Creek, Cardston and Montana Railway; has been in town and went over-the survey of the new line ..this week. The first general meeting ot the shareholders takes place-here next. No news as to is at hand. Tbere was' no truth .in the rumor is- step taken" in the directron -.'of the'estab- .lisiiing of a Y.M.'C.A. here, and it is the "intention of the present organiz-a- that a' temperance hotel is to be built although the matter lad been .under consideration. W...Hawes is. down with-diph- theria. The Beaver. Creek and McKowan Lumber companies, of this place, lave amalgamated, and the consoli- dated; concerns will forthwith" be cnowri.as Greek Lumber Co., the yards where the McKowan company have been do- ng business. r The'Beaver 'Creek coal, mine had the "ourth boiler' hauled out to their premises This" ad- ditional -boiler., will'--mean employment lor more men at the works. The annual children's Sunday ser- vice -takes place Presbyterian church morning. LOST SUPPER; FOUND HUSBAND Story of Cinderella Repeated ;m Romance er M A GIC MADE, 1H CANADA It is used by large Bakers.and Caterers. ____ well by the'best home bakers and cooks. Food pro- ducts that are produced in clean factories arc best CO. -1 TOEONTO. ONT. SHE EATS 7Ib. OF MEAT DAILY. Fifteen Pounds of Vegetables Also And Her Husband Wants Divorce; Seattle." Sept. his wife ate seven pounds of.meat each and, about of -'egetabies, Alex, Sanderson has- ap- ilied for a divorce on the ground that ie Is unable to earn enough money :b buy' siilficient food.' Sanderson claims that his wife, who weighs 370 six 'eet two inches, Tvill'eat three-pounds of .beefsteak at one Besides, he is a, lover of all kinds fruit and drinks enormous-quan titles of .milk., He. al- eged that, when" they we're" .married iis -wife 165 pounds, bnt that as soon as they -were, married her .ppetite 'began, .to and 'like- wise-heir'weigh MURDERER OF '-v--COM.MiTT.ED' MANITOBA ADOPTS PRISON REFORM; Wiii Buy-'Property to Reclaim DriinK i: Sept Manitoba Jk the example of On- tario in reform, according to well grounded :.reports. It is stated that the gov- erriment.'wiil institute a an-d a portion of the large tract "bought a few days- o sputiupf the a view to" confirmed drunkards and other' ..offenders -who are not sionar criminals. LOCAL O.PTJON- PETITION C., 21 ieid, who murdered wife at Clay- urn, MVO ago, in ajfit' of insane eaiousv, committed suicide.. His ody -was found to-day rllqs.ting the raser'. River. ..The, thivat ut trom ear to ear, apparently, -with, "the ame ailing ouple wero from 'in 'wife. Not a ininute should be lost -when child' shows symptoms of -croiip. hamberlain's Cough1. Keinedr given as oon as the -child becomes, pr ven after the appears, prevent the attack. Tuggists. Sold all OFFICEi Dunfiurn, SasJt, Sept tion -was aroused to-dav among the j- the rural mimicipaHtr of IJundurn, when it was discovered thaf- the local opuon filed on Sat urday had .been stolen from the of- fice of .the secretary treasurer the theft was made lust before tie .sitting of the council In the absence "GJ. the petition the ;Cil took no.acuon Another wiin.be circulated at once 'STILL: ANOTHER .--.-A- IK 21 -rafeies1' case has been brought to i'o'-oato for 'i'-asteur treatment by the of the -provincial board "of The patient.'ls, a-boy TWO jears oid from ta-rand "BeffiJ.in. Huron countr He wasi-oitten in. the face by- a wandering dog land the Touud bled freely There are: :now: three iPasteur cases at general hospital. tion> to turn over "to andjtiny and; elegant. of equip Thfx age they may bare to the Y.M.C.A whenever it'is ready to take up th work here. York, Sept. The story of thVL'snoe" toe .prince oas come city, with variation's.- Miss1' Mildred Merhieiste'iu" was any- .Ciridrella "in' iier home. She, was a smart little stenographer.. Nor 'was the 'slipper made of glass. It was a real American girls slipper. at the school house on Sunday. He will ficlivex his. fare-well .-address r.cxt Sundav at 10.30. We should all population, and I can assert that there exists a strong feeling in favor of secession from Germany. Apart from an effort to hear this able young min- general commercial reasons, which ister. Theo. Rapson has been tjuite sick since the. dance referred to a-bove. He says the cause is too much violent exercise on a full stomach. However, VfQ all hope for his speedy recovery. SWEET VALLEY duce the colonists of German South West Africa to emigrate, the bureau- cratic, policy pursued by the German Pincher' Greek, Sept. tw storey _brick veneer .Separate sc hoc building, 26x44" is 'in Bourse erec tion here, the- foundation' n-ork fo which.is well under way: The trui the-school first purposed hav ing a school exactly' twice the siz government Cowards the colonists is. here specified put up, and "being unable j.- ''to. do so at present, are having th tbe -principal ca-use of the discontent of the population." After citing cases, of. -bur- eaucratic blunders which excited the Sweet Valley, Sept. Will' Shir- colonists' resentment, Dr. Peters adds, lev received word that his sister efforts Tvill 'be necessary on sick hi the hospital at Lethbriagc -a more ad- the typhoid 1 Lizxie has been to the colonists' interests will Miss iu'Rg for Cora Norem of the laundries, j 'be necessary to assure our 'permanent is stayin Tuesdar to her home in Minnesota; her uncle, Mr. Eskilan-fl, for-a after spending The summer in-this io-j days. Mon-day with few The trustees of the Two-Fifteen j "i School District, have t MeLauchHn. of P.E.I., as" teacher fori thc school in this district. The school j School started again school with Mr. Welch as E, Smitli left fo-r Calgary some His -wife accompan- will a'ot-end school at at place. supremacy over German South West buiMing erected in such a way that aa addition of a corresponding siz can be built to it in- the future. Th building is to be ready for occupancv by the first of December. T. H. Hin ton has the contract. A site south of the convent is th selection chosen for -tlie new school. UTILITIES COMMISSION !N SESSION house :s ahnost completed and is credit, to the district. School will probacly begin first Monday in i October. I Bethel Sunday school every Sundav j and at 2 o'clock-p.m., at the school i was appreciated by all. house. Church service following at, i Thc closed HidgCEL's camp 3 n.m. Y''" are cordially invited to' >ast Thursday. come and bring all -'the children to I Jil'- 1S Plowing for his these services." j neighbors-these days.' Rev. ?J. J. Conner, oi Warner, will! School started m Grain be v.-ith us neit" Sunday. Sept. 35 j sdicroi last. week. the i E- Creighton purchased a i buggy in .Carmacgay Friday. 0. "H. Baugh'maus, who left for a i visit to the States some few weeks I ago, is 'well satisfied with Alberta. Flowering-Valley, Sept. Iowa is a little damp, is The prepare soil forf Sunday wii next year's crop, Hie writer lias nev- sermon here, er seen the ground in better shape for] Com.be then. at tii school house. service at flaace aud. box -social at Yet- school Friday nifiht was well sc. Sorae S40 was collected. Ridge new be Rev. Simpson's last We are to, have Mr. Mc- rclieve ana of the They rc-inforce the stomach by-supplying the active principles' needed for'the digestion of all kinds of food. Try one after each meal. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us SOc. and we will mail you a box. 33 Natioaa! Drug and Company of Coonda, Limited, Montreal. Quebec, Sept. public util- ities commission sat to-day, Mr. F. W. Kibbard presiding, while the others present were: Sir George Garneau and F. C. Laborge, of Montreal. This afternoon the commissioners decided to sit in Montreal next month, but no "date has been fixed upon. THey intend investigating the cause of the fatnl accidents on the Montre- al street railway. Commissioner La- Qorge, who has 'been authorized to Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. Some of these are even labelled h i Extract of WHd Strawberry'' Wi'd hold aa investigation on the accidents btrawoerrr Compound, etc in the A--Warning to the Public Qkhonorable, and disreputable macentical concerns ars flooding" the market wifch cheap and worthless pre- parations designed to be imitations of oa tlie Montreal street railway pre- sen ted Ms missioners ed doors. report to the other while they sat with clos- JUDGE McGIBBON WILL BE THE CHAIRMAN. Toronto, Sept. D. McGib- of 'Brampton, -has been appointed cnairman of tne conciliation board, wJiich is to mediate between the- tween'.the Grand Trunk Railway Co. and its maintenance of way men in the west. The men will be represented by W. T. J. Lee. of Toronto, and the "com- i pany by J. W, juawsey. Mr. Lee will act for the men, and F. H. McGuigan will represent the Canadian Pacific Railway, and Canadian Northern rail- way on the concilition boards in the trobule on tnese lines. hope that the public may be deceived and led to purchase them, thinking they are getting the genuine "Dr. Fowler.'s." For-over sixty-five years DR. FOW- LER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY has besn used in thousands of families for Tie lover, was -not a. prince, either, but-he "was wealthy, and very much in love, and all at" first'sight. But the ball -was real and the slip- per was'woni zi it, -was much ad- mired-. On its way home, on a Madi- son avenue car, -it 'slipped- off Miss -Mildred's foot Miss Mildred did not miss it until' sbe put lier silk stocking ed toes to the cold hard pavement. She called to the conductor, 'but the car on. On the car -was Samuel Newman, a shot manufacturer. He picked lip the slipper and hastened 'back, hoping to return it to its owner, but Miss Mil- dred, .had limped away. Next-day tne 'prince advertised- for the maiden, wnom -the slipper would fit. Miss Mil- dred And just as in the story, too, the prince found that the owner of the slipper was fair to gaze upon and ciiarming in her ways. That was two months ago. Tne announcement of their engage- ment was made. The marriage is to take place soon. Miss Mermeistein said to a reporter, 'Yes, it is quite true-about my losing my slipper, and I did feel so mortified, riow was I to know that it was going to toring me tbe prince! What size was the slipper? Wnat questions you ask! It was a No. 2. We are going ;o have it put in a glass case in mem- ory of the happy occasion. Mr. 'Newman is" twenty-four. He said: "Tnere's a lot of character in a hoe, even in a slipper, and I said I must' win the hand of "the girl that >wns' the foot that lost that slipper, ".hey say it's lucky to find a 'horse- noe. I don't know about that; but ts to find a slipper." The Test of a Stove "WTiat Is most required in a range, toy every careful is great baking heat in tae oven, with small' fuel consumption. requirement Is provided, for in the "by pyramidal oven-pIatsgL This is an exclusive feature" of, the Happy makes it far more satisfactory than stove. .Yet it is only one of the several exclusive" features that -have made it invaluable to the thousands, of homes in Canada. "Write for the book that tells you all about the "Happy" Thought." Wm. Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Brantford. CLOSING BIG DEAL IN EDMONTON COAL. GEORGE EL LING AGENT FOR LETHBR1DGE. Winnipeg. Sept. deal is be- ng completed here to-day by which be properties of the Cardiff Coal Co., f Edmonton, are' being bought for, iOO.COQ, of which one- third is cash, he names of the capitalists who are iterested as purchasers have not een made public. Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Pain, in the Stomach, Summer Complaint, Cliolen: Cholera Infantnm, Seasick the Bowels. Ask for Dr. Fowler's and insist on getting what you ask for. Price 35c. Manufactured only by The T. Milbnra Co., Limited.' Tor on to, "'On t. AISER IS NOW THE GUEST OF EMPEROR OF AUSfmA." Vienna, Sept." Kaiser arriv- ed here this .morning from' Potsdam, and .was enthusiastically greeted by the people. Francis Joseph met the Gennain ruler at the station and the two monarchs embraced each otner. Afterwards they drove to the Scnoorrbrunn Castle, where the Kais- er will remain for a. short time. The crowds along the route heartily cheer- ed the two monarchs. Users of EDDY'S "SILE MATCHES i Know they snake no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by ioifted, Ask your nearest grocer for them ;