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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta eiQHT THE LETH8RIDGE WEEKLY HERALD News of the Diittict Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Sept. seems probable that Pincher Creek wilt soon be lighted by electricity. The Pincher Creek Klectric Light and Power Co., -which is now applying -j for a franchise, are willing to agree to begin work within one month from the date the franchise is given them, also guarantee to have their -completed and in operation be- fore the end of five rnontirs from the of the franchise. That the com- pany means business is shown by the tact that they are willing: to put up bonds for a considerable amount, will be forfeited should they to carry out their end of the ag- reement. At a special meeting of the Town Council held on Tuesday night, By-law, No. 33. which is for the pur- of-granting to the company al- ready referred to, the exclusive right to manufacture and .sell, in the towu Pincher Creek, electric' light and however, which was to the effect that the birds were exceedingly scarce and very wild. Taber Tuber. Sept. speeding the j Mr W. A. Fruser a week's j sununor, upon his homestead at How VanOrmaii wus sent for and will bring to Taber tonight for interment. vacation among the oil camps at the foot of the mountains. ifr. back Ont. and Ifrs. Archie McLean are rom a trip to Bruce county. Island. Mr. Moses Simpson has re- Sept. 20 Hooson turned to the Canada West Coal Co., Tabor's congenial tousoriul artist, lo- has secured employment formated on Main street, has been TWO SENSATIONS NEAR PINCHER con- the-winu-r. Mr. Simpson is encou- i MMM to his bed the, psst week. He raged at the brilliant of I is- however, slowly convalescing and the fall wheat, and declares that the at work: again m a lew days, which has been The annual convention of the Y.3JC. and Y.L.M.I.A. of, tlie Taylor Stake will be held at -Raymond, commenc- ing on the 20th inst. Many young School Mistress Causes One and Storekeeper Another [dry spell of weather. I prevalent the last few weeks has not in 'retarded its growth. The potatoe crop is excellent.. "Ko care, no work, is tho general slogan of the miners in and around these days. They claim that owing to a scarcity of cars ail the mines are at a. comparative standstill. Many rumors are in cir- culation as to the cs.y.w. At special meeting of the town 8 o'clock and .then departed west- j for future, I ward as Air u. and Drought him to town whore he was securely locked CoKuuiui, -Sept; Wednesday morning, Mrs.vll. Clurk arrived from England, Mi-s. Clark joins her hus- band here who has been a resident behind the iron bars of a prison cell, j ui Coleman. for two or three mouths. El is ca.se will bo investigated later, j Mr. and Mrs. Burrows have been j visiting friends and relatives in Cole- Taber. Sept. adjourned i mun for past few days, caso of Krnest Itailsback charged! The Opera House management has with assault upon Constable Uulloclc j boon advertising for a janitor. Am- people from Taber will be in at- tendance. Mr. O. H. Budd, president and man uger of tho Itaymond "Knite Rite" underwear factory, is, in town today power (other than traction, power) received its nrst and second reading. The town council and Mr. Turner. the company's representative have agreed upon rates and the many oth- ier classes in an agreement of this kind, and at a special meeting; to be on Tuesday night next, the by- law will receive its third" and final reading. in the interests of his company. The last night dropped to 3t> degrees Fahreiihiet, the lowest thus far this fall. __________ council Monday night there were i.vheat is quoted here today .at, 78 dents of Summerview district feel'j sent, Mayor Douglas, -Co.uncilmen cents, and prairie hay bailed and'de- that they have quite a little sensa-j Beck. Hammer, Campbell, Wood, and at per ton. tion. Their school should have. open-1 Davis. James R. Milligan, of Purple Pincher Creek, Sept. resi- "ed on Tuesday the 8th the John Shirts, being duly author- Springs, is a town visitor today and school-marm" failed to put in an j waited on tne council with. appearance. Inquiry stowed that a f petitton signed by a large number 01 renewing old acquaintances. His new 'house sipo'n his homestead -L-- well known young, fanner of the dis- 1 asking for an -extension Hearing completion. He has secured trict had also disappeared and as the j QJ- tjje present electric light system a pre-emption, and will make Purple two had been keeping for a j mto tne residential part of the town. Springs his future home. few- the conclusion -'naturally jhe matter was intelligently and Mr. W. F. Smiley of St. Paul, has arrived at was that it was a genuine j thoroughly discussed by, the council- again returned from the States with elopement case. The young lady was j was tncn moved by A. Beck, se- under contract with the school dis- condecl by vv. Campbell, that the fire, a party of land buyers. In one day he sold to them between two and trict and her term had not yet ex- j water light committee enter into three section northeast of town, said Pincter Creek Sept. Mr. B. pired. The trustees were so incensed j negotiations with the Canada West .lands being adjacent to the Belly Bolster, one of the four members of na.ve.-been participating in the Winni- peg polo tournament, arrived yttterday morning. Mr. Bolster was unfortunate over his-trip, los- ie.'g his two best ponies. Both were killed during the progress at a at her action that they held a special Coal Co. with the view of an agree at. which it was unanimous- I mcnt between the said company and ly. decided tci dismiss the lady, town for supplying electric lights fiscsie all salary due her and place; to the town. the facts before the department of ed-I .-After much discussion had'been in- ucation. i dulged in. regarding the rate of tax- Another rural district near town al- i ation for the current year, It was Sept. of the sev- erest wind and dust storms ever wit- nessed in Taber visited this section a little before noon today. No dam- age was done.-. This afternoon is and. singular to relate, both in ex- so-has a little sensation of a similar finally decided mills be the ciear jiaj'wfti th'e lnercury "at i j TV 4- A V rt _ a r frtv .-c. j _ in. his postal accounts and the local business firm for wlom the svas J will be-issued and an effort made to i preparing and erecting poles player, is in Taber..and for-the pres- find the aosconder. In the meantime' a number of residents of the district actly the same manner, by falling, breaking the cannon of a One of the ponies was a. valuable one and its owner had a very flattering cash Coffer before the game. Mr. Bolster accompanied home by his broth- er, Dr. Bolster of Sturgeon Falls. Ont., who will visit here for a while. The remaining members of the team -rill be home tomorrow, managed by him, also want an ex- Mr. W. L. Ddbbie, manager .of the of some Warrants Arlington Hotel, and son of -one of proprietors, -tras injured some- what" seriously last cverdngv Thai fire alarm was sounded, for practice. aiid the brigade turned out. As outfit, -which consisted of a team and tigr with the hose- reel attached be- Jiind, came .up Main street. -Mr.. Dob- bie who is a. member, of the brigade. ran. out of the hotel and attempted to climb into the rig. .The horses. however- had got- up a very fast .speed by this time and Mr. Dobbie toissed his jump. He was knocked violently down and the hind wheel of -the heavy rig which was loaded -with also 'the hose reel, pass- kind. This time it is the Dry Fork; total rate. 10 mills of this were for i district, south of town and the per- municipal purposes and mills, for son who did the disappearing trick school purposes. is a young until last Fri- jrr j. n. Jett underwent a serious day Vas postmaste'r and storekeeper, j operation at the Gait Hospital last degrees Fehr. Apparently little activity in and around the cool, mines these days, if judging by the number of idle miners is-any criterion to go by. on the evening of the v 16th inst. while in performance of his dutj- uh a police officer, was resumed' this morning; in Justice Aubin's court Dr. W. Aiken .was the first witness called. Ho said: "I tun a practising physician in Taber. I know Con- stable Bullock. He came into my of- fice on the morning of the _17th and I dressed his wounds. He had wound in his forehead' caused by be- ing struck with a blunt instrument- It required four stitches to close wound." The next witness examined was Wil- liam M. Williamson who said: "I reside at Medicine -Hat, ana am a hardware clerk.. 1 was wim Mr. Railsback on the night of the 16th ong a number of applications, that of James Lorrigan was the most ac- ceptable. "Jimmy" got the job. Mr. and Mrs. John Unsworth re- turned a few days ago from u week's visit among friends in Curdston Hagruth. Mr. Unsworth brings glow- ing reports of bountiful crops .and splendid chicken shooting in that dig- .try- at about 10.30 o'clock. I was ing to get him home at the We 'were on the crossing of the C.F. R.. track south of the tank. Mr. Bul- lock came up to us. I did not know him then but I now h m to be the same gentleman. He informed me that he was a. town po- liceman and that he would take charge of this man. I then walked away toward the Union Hotel, and when near the corner of the south of the tank. I heard Mr. Bui-. lock call to me. I went to him. He said.: 'This man hit me with.'a 5 About.this time he "vamoosed" and; evening for stomach, trouble- Strong Hrs. D. Jenkins and son left nothing has since been heard of him, j hopes are entertained for his ulti- It is alleged that there is a shortage mate recovery. Taber, Sept. Tippitt with 16 men of the Government Telephone of Alberta, is busily engaged most terday morning on the Flyer for points in. Xorth Dakota, where they will remain a couple of'months visit- ing, relatives and Iriends. itr. Benj. Jamison, "VVinhipeg-'s popular Shamrock lacrosse for the. installation :0f a system- in Taber. telephone ent has accepted the position of clerk at-the Taber ,Hotel. If Mr. Janmon are scrapping over the ofj ,Mr Tippitt said be would- have the could only, be induced to join the wireg present team, Taber would not hesi- various articles of furniture, as he- fore the young man left he managed j town in one month tate to challenge any lacrosse team to dispose of his household effects' i several times over. j from date. in Southern-Alberta. According- to the old adage, "-boys will'be boys" was clearly demon-" o Taber, Taylor Mill- "T T T HI OP IT i j. strated again on Saturday last, when -tJldUlV OU11IJ.CL ing Elavator Co. with a thorough.- a irnnth. nf t-pnrc of be- ed over him. He wae lucky enough to-escajJe any broken bones, though why he -was not killed was a tuya- those who saw the occurrence came off with a bad wound in one. leg which required about a dozen He also sustained numerous other minor cuts and bruises. Mr. Double is to "be congratulated on his fortunate escape. ..The wedding occurred at the Pro- Cathedral, Calgary, on Wednesday af- ternoon of the Eev. W. G-. James, B.A., rector of St. John's Church, Pincher Creek, and Miss Francis Es- ther How, youngest daughter of J. Tate How, Esq., of Allandale, Ont. The weddiug service was performed try the Bishop and was a qwie-v one. The bride unat- -i.eaded was: given away by her .ancle. G. E- Roberts, Esq., of Rost- Ohir The chicken season opened Tiieaday and numerous parties were" astir-early and spent the day afield. All returned with the same story. Spring Vallcv Sept 21 __ gan? j gan work yesterday morning upon The road is lined with teams loaded e ta G-rirnson, the construction ot the bushel with wheat going to market, which shows that this part of the country Taber. had a good crop this season. Will Fry- returned home Saturda elevator near the C.P.R.. tracks in Nephi -Christian a youth, of 14 years, ,was'tantalizing boy ot. 1Q-1 by seeing how close he could hurl rocks Blood was streaming down his face.. When I reached him, he was oh his feet. I assisted him to the TJnion Hotel where his wound was washed, and bound with a towel." Magistrate Aubin, after carefully considering the evidence given, and the gravitj- of the charge made, bound the prisoner over, to await the action of the Superior Court 01 Criminal Jurisdiction at' JLethbr'iagH. Coleman, Sept.: L. Fras- er, superintendent of the Royal Col- lieries at Lethbridge, paid Coleman a visit Monday and returned today. Mr. Fraser will shortly move his family to Lethbridge. -Wm. Milley, who has been away to the Yukon and northern B. C.. all summer, returned on Saturday. Mr. Milley reports times rather slack in thinks Coleman is trict. At the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday avening Joseph For tier and Miss Lizzie Ludolph were united in marriage by Rev. Father DeWildo The bride was formerly a resident of Coleman, but has for some time past been living in Hosiner. She and her husband will take up residence in that town. They will have the best wishes bf Coleman friends. Edward Kiely is the new manager at Upton's store. Mr. Stewart, who was formerly in charge has gone-to Pincber Creek, which will be. regret- ted by his Coleman friends. The home of Mrs. Fred Jones was the scene of a pleasant surprise party on Wednesday evening last. About twenty ladies.' from that section of the town known "the took Mrs. Jones completely by-surprise and furthermore took charge of her home for the evening. Conundrums and yarns were the order of the ev- ening. All who attended enjoyed themselves; immensely, Mrs. D. G.' Stafford and Mrs. Wm. Haysom re- ceived prizes-in1 the conundrum con- test. Mrs. Jones excels as hostess and greatly appreciated, AH did all, j thti evening's entertainment. Coleman.'s new opera house is re- ceiving quite a large patronage be- sides having ill the local events held in it .such banquets, po- litical meetings, church concerts, etc. quitfc -iiurpber of travelling play companies give hero. Two companies have adrertisements ont for shows in tbe near future. THEfETHYEATHER COMFORTED PROTECTION afforded by a SLICKER? Clean-Light Durable Guaranteed Waterproof Sold Curdston, ..Sept. pppu- lurity of tne> Watertoi: 1-akes .is fully attested by jnurnbcrs still that way. McNichol of the En- terprise Lumber Co., with Mr. Bud- "ye genial came out- this week and are having sport with gun and rod. They on hand for the opening of the chick- en season. From the Coaidale Mr. and party arrived Monday and went., up to the mountains with all speed- Another railroad will put this part. of the world in the van as a noted summer camping ground. Much, illness-among the children this vicinity is reported during the- last two weeks.: The trouble the be summer most Jarge- iy. Cases at Beazer, Kiiabali uncl Leavitt have kept the local on the road lately. At Leavjtt Mr. Richardson's son dangerously ill witt typhoid fever. The members of the family were sum- moned to the bedside this morning-, Ti is hoped that the turn for the bet- ter may come shortly. The change in the weather giving: a little rain and cooler -weather- may make a difference as to the mat- j ter of health. Claresholm Claresholm, Sept. extra- ordinary crop harvested here it be- ffinning to. bring activity in roal-.es- tate circles. Several transfers have madrv recently at .high prices and indications are that there-is a i-eal" estate dealers. at his head without 'hitting- him. The dimensions of- the new. elevator vrill be .28 by 31 feet and will stand i upon a permanent, concrete founda- AH the lumber and building this morning after lumber for the! material are now. upon the ground, ]y> new barn. Bowvilje" is 'building up i one car-load of machinery, fast. j We understand the company has-at Mrs.'ilcBrown and sister visited at I ready erected three other elevators John Bowress Saturday night: i in neighboring .towns. .These struc- The Braridvoid Bros, are Hauling; cures ..stand as enterprising monu- wheat to town for John Johnson. ments in agricultural communities. The farmers are g-Iad to see IMr. j Three gentlemen, the- names of Finally one of the missies, struck him edter being gone all. Frank Burns oil the sick list. Pleny Peterson went to Claresholm cutting an ugly gashrabove bis right eye. The .unfortunate en. by his brother to Br. -Lang, who Snyder in his shop again, and he'is whom could 'not be' learned at this rushed with work from daylight un- til dark. writing, representing the German-Am erican Colonization ,Co., Cal Seven a-UT.omobiles passed through j gary are in Taber todays dressed .the wound which, fortunate- not serious. 'One stitch, how- ever, wasi deemed necessary to close the gap. _, Elder J. Ostlund- of Stirling, dcr liyer'ed. an interesting. discourse in- the L.D.S. Church A very- quiet wedding was solemn- ized Saturday night 'last, when -'Mfss Clara Haycock and Mr. Charles .Ed- wards were made husband and wife. Bishop VanOrman performed'the cere- mony. Both are popular" young peo- on Thursday last, and we' it is claimed that negotiations are under way for the purchasing of a c large tract of laad'' containing i them .success in. their venture in UP t0' -.--_ i Sfp 000 acres.east of Range 17, between the Belly and Bow Hivers. F. Work will begin on the road .from Fren Spring Coulee to our schooZ house this week. These are How axe we going protect ourselves in the sent, and the country in future, in dealing with our migration? 1 Wnat are we to do with the helpless from the slums of the cities, dumped upon lands and hands by the assisted charities England TI Are we to have the failures of Europe our next-door neighbors, or shall we neighbors strong enough' to take care themselves TJ. Shall the warm heart or the cold head shape the new colonization policy; shall It be philaathropy or business 1 How shall the seeds of empire be sown in this new Canadian domain? These are questions asked and answered by in his latest work "THE SOWING" A ftuor or ooionufctton and of Imperial duty. Haw kppvar- exctuBtTtlf in the vallev see -i or 5 most every day. John Bowser cmd sister Mrs. Adams, and Mrs. Mable went to today. Misses Olga Marjory! grniley of St. Paul, it is. is "Hiima" Peterson vlfcited j general agent. Mj5g .Eila "Brancivoid at Bowbear's on J Quibell the recipient of Sunday. a verj- piaaao.nt surprise party Wed'- i in the X. D.. S. j Church, the same being Arranged by i t the Bishopric of the Ward, as a tok- t ten of respect for his" long and faith- ful service as ward clerk. The ch'a- i pel was well filled with" friends, who listened to a neatly prepared' pro- gramme and afterwards partook of i delicious refreshments. f. i Councilman Beck is here from Fer- nie for a few days looking after his business in Taber. He will, howev- or, return the latter part of i weok. He reports business picking j up at that town where the song of The hiumner and saw is huard from early morning until late at night. pie and -will make home-in Taber, Their, many, friends wish ATal.colm McKenzie, M.P.P.. was last. Mr. Fallows, provincial TlOad and Inspector- via driving in the the north and good enough. The Pacific Hotel will .be. reopened) Jrrait harvest in sight for the in a few days. of the Coleman Hotel staff has rented the house and will run up to .date boarding and rooming house. The Aid of the Institutional Church are -advertising- ,a grand mus- Jcal festival ,to be held in, the-Opera house on the 17th inst.' E. Culver, the energetic Blairmore real estate man', is in -town today hustling business. Forbes, representing G. F. J. .G-ait, -Galgary, is calling -jn.- Coleman' merchants today. Cardston. Kept. night. tnere were 31 cars at." vhis point, only five of which could.be: 'supplied. Since last ITbnday Mr, D. Balcov- of Winnipeg has been holdrag- e6ine 360 head' of beef cattle for- shipment and though he has wired all the officials along the line'be'lias-. thus far received no cars and had no definite answer as to whea; such may'be expected. To Get Rid Of Noxious lorjil -district; today examining public.! works. At the. last meeting of .the Council .it was decided to petition the provincial Government to make the district, of Claresholm a local option Edmonton, Sept. further- grant of to be spent in the des- truction of noxious has been.- made by 'the Provincial Government. (at a. .recent, council meeting.' The- j grant was necessitated by the'pre- certain doned homesteads in the district be- tween Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. This is the -very season of the year when the weed ready to be car-, ried-olt by each puff-of wind. are- Hjstrict. It. will be interesting to see most dangerous and the G-overninient- thfi result that the r is -to be commended for its action-in' trood sense bf the citizens of Clares-! this matter. Tho south country Today being Coleman's pay day! hnlm will permit them to make been making a reputation for itself- the stores 'are all doing a'big busi- an-exception to the rule in Al--'as a grain country, and it cannot af- ness and the" town presents a bust- ling appearance. The pay 'is very large again this month but the men arcj quiet and orderly and Coleman's reputation in this respect, is being and. an experiment. ford to let the weeds get ahead of it.-. me. ilist Knocked Out Policeman Thos. Steel.is building a couple of] small cottages oh Second Street near i means range F years the name GURNEY- -OXFORD has stood for he the Union-Hospital. Mr: Robinson who has taken a i sition with the 41 Meat Market ati-.. highest development in1 cooking his family to that j-ranges. No-matter what conditions the town on Friday j raiige rnu'st-'-meet, no matter what, price The store building under course of you wish to -pay, you Will get. more Sept. microbes construction on Street owned range 'efficiency for your money in by Lee Hing, is almost completed, j the "Gurney-Oxford" lines than in Qn Saturday last a small prairie I any-Other that's built, fire caused some alarm -to the resi- Taber, must have been in the air last night or else the brand of liquor was par- ticularly bad. -At all events Ernest Send in your Subscription ftt once for Canada-West, Magazine Magnificent! a Year VANDIRHOIF-CUNN BOTH CANADA WEST FOR A YEAR. AND THE WEEKLY Taber, Sept. Furman is today mourning the loss of the lar- gest watermelon ever raised in Taber Some ini-screants last night had the audacity, when Charlie was asleep, to trespass upon his .property to pluck and carry away that made his mouth "w.itcr" a.H rticr. The boys who did it aro and an niay be made of them. Tlio funeral of'Sarah, thc'fi-months old duughter of .Mr. and Mrs. R. f. ily residence. Afr. Aaron Johnson, aftor spending a. few months in Utah with his latives and friends, returned to Tab- or yesterday, and is kept busy shak- ing the hands of old friends, A slight shower of rain fell hcrp during the night, laying the dust and. cooling the atmosphere. .information has just been received to the effect that Joseph Tinsley who seriously injured in the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine on tho 12th clay of August died at Michel yesterday, at the home of his son-in- law, Martin McGerry- Bishop R. A. a young but powerful man about 22 years of. age arrived with his father on the 12th inst it is al- leged from the state of Oklahoma to take up a homestead had during the day been drinking heavily and after ten. o'clock last night entered office of the Taber Hotel .and demand "d of night porter Sherman See a bottle of whiskey. Mr, See "in formed the burly stranger that his demands for liquor at that.hour could not be gratified. This so enraged the belliff- ercnt man that without a moment's notice he dealt the porter a terrific list blow on the face, completely stag guring him. Mr. Parkinson, bar ten- der of the hotel, then entered the mix-up ;uul bravely grappled with i he enraged man, who (innIK- left the and discovered by Constable Bui lock walking along..the O.P.Tl. tracks' opposite the Union Hotel. "Come wiih mo." said Bullock, Ac- by a volley of words un- fit for publication the stranger hurl- ed a rock at the ollicor striking him squarely on tho left temple. He fell upn. the ground unconscious while Railsback in the dark- ness. The injured constable was conveyed to tho Union Hotel where his wound was dressed by friends as no doctor fould be found at that hour. Railshack completely outwitted the gang of citizens who were out till after midnight in "hot pursuit" for his scalp, by slipping into the Palace Hotel and taking possession of one of tho finest beds in the house. This morning he awoke, paid for his night's lodging, took breakfast, at 'otir; yea'rs of experience and our dents of Coleman. It however soon 'Store0f range knowledge is put into burned itself out assiste-d by a 7ium- j this one of' 'GUI latest ber of stalwart fire fighters from that community. Coleman, Sept. C. Graham tnc returned on Saturday night from a trip to Peniticton and other Oka-nag-, an points and reports good and pros- perous times in that part of the Pa- cific province. "Alex, Morrison is assisting' post master J. Mdntyre for a few during- the pay day rush. W. J. Upton of Pincher Creek has been spending a few days in Cole.- jium and in connectioii with his branch store hero. .Robert Christie and Miss Barbara' A. Southerland were married today by Jlcv. T. M. Murray at the Manse. Miss M. Williams was bridesmaid while Wrn. Cruiksnanlc did. duty as host man. The bride arrived on this j morning's train from Scotland. Mr. Christie has been a resident of Cole- I man for some time and is employed in the International Coal Coke Co.'s power house. Tho young cou- ple will have tho good wishes of all Golden Nugget Steel Range Warner Church Services SABBATH SERVICES Sunday School, 10 a.m., Mr. Geo. Barrows, Sup'.. Young People's Meeting, 7 p.m.. Mr. Alyin Sharp, Pros. Preaching nl 11 a. m. and at 8 p.'m. MID-WEEK SERVICES M. J. CONNER, is-buiit of dead flat, patent levelled steel' and lined with the kind that stands all kinds of heat and never warps or cracks: It's supplied with the new Gurney- Oxford reversible The. grate with the interlocking teeth that cut off the dead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire re- spond quickly. No good coal drops through it either, every particle isf burnt. That is one of this range's fuel-saving features. This grate can be removed and a wood-burning grate substituted without moving a bolt or a screw. Then, notice the extra large oven for baking day. And the drop door forms-a solid shelf" for basting. The fire linings can be removed" without disturbing the GURNEY-OXFORD Chancellor built of. patent-levelled, dead- flat steel will last a lifetime. Fitted with the Duplex revers- ible grate, which can be removed without- disturbing the linings. The Gumey-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel and worry, takes all cooking. the bother out of PRICE HO-Hlih fft.JO The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nug- get Range is a low-price range with high-price efficiency. We would like to explain it to you. in detail. We know that once yet; have seen. it you won't be satisfied until you. have this labor-saving, fuel-saving. ranges in your kitchen. PRICE. 123-Htih The Gurntj Standard Metal Co., Limited ;