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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALJA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1909. 4 -f -f -t- -t- t Where Do You Buy Y O U R LUMBER? DON'T YOU KNOW If you once try us the other fellows will have more time to rest? A Satisfied Customer is the Best Advertisement -t- -f -f -f -f Good Grades, Small Profits and Prompt Service WILL HOLD YOUR TRADE CITIZENS' LUMBER CO. 4 4 M 4 M -f t t -f LIMBERING IN THE PASS McLaren s Mill At Coleman Is In Operation Coleman, April Hill, ,4., camps, which is quite in keeping with which, is located about two miles I K ___ east of hare began operations for the season on Friday last. This indus- try is owned by the Hon. Peter Mc- Laren, and Is the largest of its kind in Southern Alberta, In the neigh- borhood of two hundred men were j tained some timber of long dimen- during the past winter have 'been en- sions. Forty-five teams were em-: gaged in getting out props and other ployed in hauling logs to the river mining rimber. They have three bank, which work was finished, dur-: camps and at one during the winter ing the first week in March. F. T. had nearly one hundred and fifty men Mercer, who has been manager for something over a year, is looking! forward to a good summer's opera-: tions -at the mill. The past winter's work has been very satisfactory. No fatal accidents have occurred at the in their employ. The maintainence of so many lumber camps in ilie vi- cinity has meant much to Colemac merchants during the past winter. CAROSTON NOTES the usual record of the McLaren lum- bering enterprise. The men and in the way of acci- -dents have suffered from nothing more serious than frost bites during the extremelv cold weather in Janu- employed m their camps during the I ar-v. and onl-v two or three wwe affect past winter and about forty will be ed in that way. on the pay roll at the mill this sum- j The mer. It is several weeks since their camps broke up, there being four in all, two of which are on the north side of the Old Man River, near Crow's Nest Mountain., and two on the south side a few miles south of Coleman. Tbe cut this year amount ed to a little over five million feet of logs of the'finest quality and con- management sold a large area of dry timber on the limits on the south side of the river and south of Sentinel to the Interna- tional Coal and Coke Company in the early part of the winter and it is here the camps of Messrs. Fargu- harson and Boisjoile are located. This firm are contractors for the In- ternational Coal and Coke Co. and WI always serve Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas with Welsh Rarebit, Creamed Oysters, and most everything I make in the chafing dish. I can always depend on Mooney's Biscuit being fresh and crisp. And they taste so good. THE WOONEY BISCUIT CANDY CO. LIMITED. Stratford, Hamilton, Ottawa, Sydney. Vancouver. r 124 Cardston, April stork brought a baby boy to the home ol I-Ieber Harker this week. Brother and child doing- well. The 0. W. Kerr Company are open- inguigf an office in Cardston. They have bought the K 2 lands lying east of Cardston and are now offer- ing this property for sale. 'Comraenc ing Slay 1st a car of land seekers will arme each week. At a meeting of the town council was held last evening, the resigna- tion of Martin Woolf was presented and accepted. Mr. Woolf has been secretary-treasurer since the town was incorporated, but has been ap- pointed customs his resignation. Three of the lady teachers in our public school have decided to leuvej at the Eastern holidays. Mr, J. W. j Low regrets keenly the loss of these teachers as it is not always possible to replace an efficient teacher at once. Mrs. Mandell Harris is able to be out again. She has been ill for near ly two weeks. .4 I The party given in honor of Mrs. j Eleanor TVighh, was ja. very pleasant! one. A suitable program was car- ried out. The fellow laborers of j Mrs. Wight gave her a dress in token i of thoir esteem of her. j FT. A. Donovan went to Edmonton' today on a business trip. [...These parties are building houses! on the Cochrane ranch, preparatory' to moving- their families theref Sam j 'Buck. E. A. Law, J. Billingsley, Lin-! coin Garringer. j DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Office to U a.m.. :30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p m Phone Office 125. House 94. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupiJ of the celebrated teacher, William Shake-i speare. will receive pupils in singing I t and voice production. Also engage- j rnents for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, j the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. I THEMOLSONSBANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exobiintre Bought and Sold t.t Lowest Kates Accounts of Ail Kinds Carried upon FavQMihli.' 'JVrms SAVINGS Deposits of SI and upwards ivwiv-d. Interest fiom date ofdi> xwit at highest rates LetSibridge Rsdpath K. D. JOHNSON, Manager CASTRO IN A RAGE Against the British and American Steamship Co. at Fort de France Fort do France dc- Martinique. Apr. in a rage against the British Government and the State Department at Washington left the steamer Guadeloupe at this port to- day and has taken up quarters on shore. Finding all ports in the West Indies excepting Fort de France barr- ed against him the- present course was; the only one left open to the former Vvnezulan dictator. The American cruiser. North Carolina, came into port this morning. The decision of the British Gov- acting on u request from the State Department at Washington, not to let him land at Trinidad was un- officially communicated to Castro a second time this morning. The form- er president of Venezuela expressed himself as exceedingly angry at the decision. He characterized it as a violation of the rights of man. He is furiously angry with the American Government and the French steam- company. The latter has re- fused to let him continue to Colon ,on board the Guadeloupe. Castro also protested against the bellicose intentions with regard to the existing political situation in Venezuela to which he had credited with and he declared that his only purpose in returning to Ven- ezuela was to attend to his private business. Caracas, April Williamstead. April Venezuelan government has sounded France to ascertain whether or not difficulties would be encountered if Castro were arrested on board the steamer Guadeloupe at. a Venezulean port. The report of the THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand "Wntmount" 2 tor 2Se. "Iron Brand "Almonte" 3 for We- SOLO BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKC BROS LIMITED. MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS. NECKWEAR AMD IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS- 16 French Government indicated that she would make no protest in such an event. TH-E EVANGELISTIC REVIVAL IN THE CROWS NEST PASS The Chapman-Alexander Evangelis- tic campaign is on now from Pincher to Cranbrook. Enthusiastic meet- ings arc being held at Coleman, Fer- nie and Cranbrook. The general ex- ecutive. Ralph Connor, president and Dr. Shearer, secretary, are issuing a daily newspaper called "The King's which contains reports of meetings and announcements for the for the next day. It is published at Fernic and -distributed throughout the Pass towns. It is published by the Fernie Free Press. fl I There's not a Flaw In a. Pall or Tub made of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE MISS BETTY BARROWS With Brandons' Players at'the Lyceu Appear in Charley's Aunt. Every One is a Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features nre Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. Aivtys, Ewrywheri, in atk for EBBY'S MATCHES. BARLEY AND HOPS-a food and a tonic. A trifle of aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure is better for you. It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer. There are many who need it. Your doctor advises beer. The healthiest peoples of the world drink the most of it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong beer." Some beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you. Nine people in ten would-be better for drinking Alberta's Pride is a home beer, because of its ab- solute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. Alberta's Pride Ask far the Brewery KoUling Comrnea Beer is sometimes substituted far Alberta's Pride To avoid being imposed upon, see tke labei The Beer that made Lethbridge Famous ;