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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LI.AMIDOt, AUTA., TUEiDAY, APRIL i, OF CANADA Capital lest art Ua- (SlviM Prttti tetel fheliMltlSavlat systematically made more men "well off" than have large incomes, fortunate investments and 'luck'' combined. It ia practically a certain road to a comfortable competence. A SavhtS Aeemt in the Union Bank will help you form the habit of saving. Open a Savings Account with or to it regularly as much as you can we will add Interest at the highest current rate at regular intervals.' LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. DR. ELIOT HAS NOT I printed as I have not said a single REFUSED THE OFFICEUrord on this subject to anyone. Boston, April his return from have not declined. I have not said the Souih yesterday, Charles W. Eliot, president of Harvard University stat- ed that he had not declined the P0st of U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain. "Some of the newspapers that I have he declared, "have stat- that I have declined. Nothing decided vet" ed that it is ail decided that I have declined. I would like to know on TEDDY AT NAPLES April steamer Ram1-1 burg with Theodore Roosevelt and part yon board arrived what grounds such stories have been' at Naples at 1.05 p.m. today. There are two reasons for painting your house- appearance and protection, and three reasons tor w Paint, durability, economy and appearance. Ask your dealer for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES Hadtin Canwh PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elMwhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'a goods in stock OLHER'5 IWTIK CDMNKY OSce and Factory to Hill lid IflMFU ITIEFTI Telephone 153 Pfctitl95 .WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 News Of the District RAYMOND. Raymond. April 2.-A strong Chin- ook is blowing today. Mrs. Cameron and Miss Ida are in Magrath for a. fow days visitimti friends. Miss Kate Thomson, who has been visiting, at tho Manse, left Thursdav for Edmonton. She has accepted position in a school in a small town east of Edmonton. Mr. G. E. Matson was in Raymond oa business Wednesday He left Thursday for his home in Spring Coulee. ...Mr, McClenaghan or Lethbridge was in town yesterday. A farmers' meeting was held in tbe Meeting House Wednesday ebenmsr. Mr. W. A. Kedd and Bishop Ander- son have left tor Salt Lake City. Utah. The Raymond Young People's So- ciety held an interesting Missionerv meeting Wednesday evening, the sub- ject being "Missionary Work in Af- papers on missionary work tv (jrrflJFicJ, Rev. Cameron, and one written bv Miss B. Collett, Miss L. Munro, gave an interesting reading on Living- stone. Mr. and Mrs. Kicbols from near Bur lingiiam. Iowa, has moved to Ray- mond. Raymond, April Clarence i Ostlund, spent Sunday with his par- ents in Stirling. A dance was given Friday evening in. the meeting house. The O'Brien Orchestra was in attendance. Many from Stirling attended. The Presbyterian Church, of Ma- grath will not be dedicated until Ap- ril 25. Mr. Sloan and Mr. Reviil spent Sun day in Lethbridge. conference of the L.D.S. church y in Salt Lake City. Southern Alberta, have gone down in order to attend the con ference. Mrs. Evans left last week for Utah where she will visit relatives. The Sugar Co. cannot get coal to keep the electric lights on. Until they are able to obtain coal the lights will go out at eleven pan. The Raymond Young People's So- ciety will have its weekly meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30 p.m. The subject will be "Some Easier Thoughts." The cable men who have been work- ing on the telephone line here, have gone to Medicine Hat to finish up work there. They will soon have a complete new telephone line here, Mr. Fred Hays has accepted a po- sition in. the A. R. I: station. Look The Part the world you for what you are. passing throng we you only trow, outside, make thai outside worthy of tho msA within. "Progress Brand" Clothing the honest man improves on acquaintance. The rich, handsome appearance "but reflects the careful workmanship and honest materials of the parts within. "Progress Brand" Clothing gives the maximum style, wear and value. 31 General Teaming When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you. want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR Patented Scctioial louei JVC anufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- gigni. Prospective builders would do well to write ooae before deciding on a house A. Spencer AGENT ml BIJIUW, MACLEOD Hberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THB MARKET lib Nffft if ttt lailnrt irt Nat if fertnlMtr U. FROM EACH 150 T3AQV Onjs-thiid oMh, oaa-thiid 6 X months. 12 moothi. Interest 6 per cent, per annum CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, April wrestling match between Ullison. and Matsude resulted in a victory for the local The crowd in attendance were well pleased with the exhibition. Messrs. Ephson and Flitchcroft ar rived from England this week and in tend to make their homes in our midst. They report conditions axe very dull in the Old Country. The monthly conjoint session of the Y. L- and Y. M. M. I- A. of Card- ston, was held in the Assembly Hall last night. An interesting program was rendered. The especial features were: Selection, M. I. A. choms; Be- cent scientific discoveries and inven- tions, J. W. Low; Solo, Mrs. George Banner; Quartette, Misses Wilcpx, Steed, Biglow and Bates; Lesson from Manual, Nile Brown. William Sharp recently sold his house to Milton Woolf. Mr. Sharp moving to the western part of town. Fred Quinton ia building a new house just across the.road from that of William the reser- voir. V FRAHK NEWS Frank, April Dr. Malcolm- son of Frank returned from the East yesterday raorning on the Spokans Flyer with her three children, where she had been spending three months in Kingston, Toronto, Hamilton find Montreal. Doctor Lawson, who has been in Lille under Dr. Malcolmson. is leav- ing and Dr. Snyder is taking his place. A large bumber of men are word- ing at" the C.P.R. station building a freight house which is badly needed for storing freight. A bonded ware- house will be installed for the Cus- toms Office. The Customs of Frank during? the fiscal year ending on the of March, 1909, have passed good am- ountrng to duty i The Caledonian Society held their amounting to This is first annual social last night in the an increase of in receipts over I Oddfellow's hall. Nearly a hundred 1908. It is reported that ALBION RIDGE Albion Ridge, April friend and neighbor has gone to his reward. On Thursday evening, Apr ril 1 Mr. Michael Lynn was suddenly taken ill and became unconscious, passing away about three hours later Dr. Kennedy, who arrived too late to do anything, pronounced it hem- orrhage of the brain. The funeral was held m the H. C, Church, Leth- bridge, on Saturday morning at 9-80 the Rev. Father Van Tighem officiat- ing. The neighborhood has lost a resi- dent who will be hard to replace. Mr. Lynn was an old having served twenty-one years in the Brit- ish army, and four years in the Aux- iliary Corps. When discharged he held the rank of quarterniaster-wu- geant. He was 55 years of age mud in survived by a wife and seven chil- dren, four sons and three daughters. The heartfelt sympathy of the neigh- bors is extended to bereaved fam- ily in their affliction. Over river ho beckons to He loved one who has crowed to the further side, The gleam of his snowy robes I But his voice is lost in the ensu- ing tide. Ring U 108 you want DRAYING promptly tad JOHN BROOIC MJtM BOW -ISLAND Bow Island, April imr of the people of Bow Island took placw this afternoon J. Otquisfs office for the purpose of ng- the Bow; island Board of radc. There.was a good represent iUvo ga- thering of the business moil and sur- rounding farriiers prewsut. JUr. A. F. Wcrts presided over fie gacLomv; and some very tions were made by several of those present and after a ge icval had boon indulged ui, it was moved by Mr. E. C. Ludtke, Mr. A. Waddell; That a of Trade be organized to '--o known as Bow Island of Tni-5 The motion was carried unanimous- ly., The following officers and com tnittee were then E. C. Ludtke, Vice-Pros., A. F. Werts; Sec- retary-Treas. A. Waddell; Committee, Messrs. McGregor, Hands, Whitney and Olquist. It was agreed to make the annual fee two dollars. A. sub-committee was appointed to draw up the necessary rules and con- stitution. ____ During the past week fifteen car- loads of settlers' effects have arrived mostly from the and other Western States. The class of settlers coming in here are of u most desirable kind, all of bringing large out- ing in here are of a most desirable kind, all of them bringing large out- fits plenty of ready cash. Last Thursday there were two par- ties here looking over the town with a view of putting in an up to date flour and grist mill this summer. There are several general stores and other business houses now in full op- eration at this point, and the daily rush of prospectors has taxed the two boarding 'houses to tneir utmost to provide accommodation. THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED iMf B. I. WALKS ALEXANDER Paid-up Capital, ft Reserve Fund, Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank a roost in which to carry money when travelUug. They are issued in of and md exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Swedwt and SwitxerUnd is stated on the face of each cheque, m other they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information them may be obtained at .very rf the Bank. U Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Manager chair during the first half of the pro- then come to its own. Ruskin had warn and in a short speech told of the praised Scotland for its manhood, progress of the society, in such Mr. Kellie referred to the depart- short time and welcomed the visitors j ment of sports and announced a game The following program was render-1 of football between Scotchmen after Ttiifond ami Guaraatint by H. fintbsrg 4 Co. Limfail, wMk a Cwuwtee fcy McKELVIE McGUIRE TABER. Tftber, April The Taber Society -held a very interesting meet- ing last evening. The principal event was the debate, "Resolved that ital punishment should be abolish- ed." The speakers for the affirma- tive were Rev. J. R. Munro, and W. A. Aubin, and for the negative. Dr. W. H. Lang-, and Dr. W. Norwood. The judges gave the decision in favor of the negative and made special men tion of the points scored by Dr. Nor- wood. Mr. M. T. Lovell, of Coaticook, Que-, is visiting friends in Taber. Mr. Lovell, was at one time teller in the E. T. Bank here. Mr. W. A. SI. Bell wood "returned yesterday from a business trip to Winnipeg. Mr. A. F. Krapfel of Elko, BfC.. is spending- a few days in town 'looking after his business interests here. SCOTCHMEN HAVE A BIG BLOW-OUT ed: Song by Mr. Brunton. Violin solo, by W. Henderson. Song by Mr. Carr. Song by Mr. Bisset. Song by Harry Lauder (on Grama- phone-) Sailor's hornpipe by Mr. Smith, ac- companied by Piper Horn. Song by Mr. Anderson. Highland fling by Pipsr Harrington. Song by Mr. Graham, Song by Mr. Craig. Pipe selection by the pipers (en- cored Song by Mr. Graham (Blue Bells.) Song by Mr. Craig. Song by Mr. Crawford (Ye Banks and Braes.) An intermission was taken in the middle of the long program for lunch. There were no lasses present but some must have helped at the baking of the Scotch scones, bannocks and oatcakes. .The program closed with some speech- es by several gentlemen. Mr. Cunningham told of the financ- ing of in 15 minutes at a pre- vious meeting and the purchase of Old Knox Church for a club house. Referring to some gentlemen present he said-he had not known before that they were Scotch. Mr. Cunningham hop'ed that they would all live to at- tend the 25th annual social of the Cal- edonian Society of this city. Mr. Graham in a brief speech sug- gested big things for the society among others 'writing .to Andrew Carnegie aa a brother Scotchmen, suggesting the founding of a Caledonian Library here. Mr. Nimmons said he had been 45 years in Canada and 39 years west of the Red River, but still a little Scotch at heart. He said.that the first organisation in Winnipeg was a Andrew's- Society. Kearly all manag- ,er3 of: great institutions ar? Scotch- jmen. Any exceptions are accidents, i Scotchmen will always gel :o the top j and when Lethbridge has pop- ulation we will find Scotchmen at the head. >Mri Ritchie said-if he was not taken for a Scotchman he did not know what which the team of Scots will be chos- en to play the English on Good day. He also suggested a union so- cial for all nationalities. J. White, the vice president, occu- pied the chair in the second half of ,he program, which closed by the good old song of Auld Lang Syne, all join- ng hands in a circle, followed by the final song of God Save the King. CLERK HONORABLY ACQUITTED Winnipeg, April A. formerly of Ottawa, was honorably ac- quitted by the provincial magistrate yesterday on the charge of embezzle- ment from the Retail Merchants' As- sociation of Canada, of which organization Coulson was formerly sec- retary-treasurer. The prosecution had no evidence to offer. Coulson has re- tained counsel, and will enter action against the association for heavy dam- ages. I gentlemen were The program the strike Iwas in Scotch se- else he could he-had mistaken Mr: (Cunningham for an Irishman. He believed that when the Hudson's Bay will The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it -is run on strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John Cantift PROPRIETOR XV TV T T T T VI V NX TTOr NIG ri1 xs Dan PARISH PRIEST This play was commended by the clergy of New York and other cities BIQ CAST 6 BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES 50c. M OUR ICE CREAM PARLORS ABE NOW OPEN We get Ice Cream freth daily from Hjinelwood's at Spokane. ;i Chow Sam Co. i o Cafe; For the right kind of Meals served right Short Orders at all hours. Ifcrti taturwrt good pUoe to go for a good Sbott ftt ftll Oliw Phowi Ml 4 ;