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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., WEDNfiOAY, 14, THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR ALL THE OOMFOMT8 OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Stir -Iron FraiM" Brand S BY L1AOIMQ MOHTIHAI. OOLLAM, NICXWIAK AND IMPOftTOM OF ttCN? FURNMMINOl Labor Leaden Bolt Party WORK BEGUN ON CALGARY-LETH- BR1DGE ROAD "A gang of one hundred iaen are now spot ready to begin'the Calgary-LVthbridge Super- intendent Price informed the Calgary Albertan. "They have a steam shovel and other "machinery, and work will be started at once. The grading -will be pushed through with all possible speed. When the grading was done they would wait for the completion of the Lethbridge bridge." Asked :about the bridge, he said that that was being hurried on, but he could give no idea about the finish- ing of the work. Edinburgh, April recent faction brawls in the ranks of inde- pendent labor party which mil- itated seriously against the useful- ness of the party in the House cf Commons came to a climax at today's session of the annual congress of the organization when James Kier Hard: ie, Philip Snowdun, Ramsay Macdon- ald and Bruce Glasier resigned their seats as members of the national ad- ministrative council. The immediate -cause was the adoption by the con- gress 'of what amounted to a vote of confidence 'in Victor Grayison, be-) tween whom and Mr. Hardie there hits been a feud of long standing. The resignations made a sensation in the congress. Efforts were made to secure their withdrawal -but the four men who have "kicked the stuck to their determination. [Should this split in the Labor Party j continue, it will relieve the Liberal I Government of much pressure in the 'direction of Socialistic legislation; LEGISLATURE PROROGUES Toronto, Ont., first session of the twelfth Legislature of Ontario prorogued this evening. HAD BEEN DRINKING Gauaoque, Ont., April McCane, aged thirty was drowned in three feet of fifteen feet from shore: He Bad been drinking heavily llast night and it is thought he wan- 1 dered into the river where he lost his balance and was drowned. His legs were sunk, to the knees in mud. KENT MURDER CASE Moose Jaw, Sask., April There were no fresh developments in the Kent case today, but- the police say that they are satisfied with' the pro- gress being made on the clues in their hands and have reasons to believe they are in the way of approaching 2. solution. A sitting of the District Court -be held at Ray- mbnd on Tuesday, April 20th, eonunencing at 10 a. m. S.B. WOODS Deputy Attorney General Edmonton. 10th April 1909 ANTI-BETTING BILL Albany, N. Y., April Agnew's bill designed to prohibit the publication of betting odds on horse races passed the Senate today by a vote of 31 to 13 after a spirited de- bate.. MEW DAYTON Dayton, April or fourteen strain broking operating around New Dayton. Three were initemlcd kifftTreek. A fair acwr'a day and the] fourteen outiiti will average two him tiredi'antl eighty a'crcs a day-'perhapSj more. A few breaking are exper- iencing some difficulty in getting coat and it is to be hoped the strike will soon be over so as not to af- fect the acreage sown to fall wheat this fall. Between thirty-five anu forty cars of settlers effects have been unloaded here already this spring. Two cars of horses for sale were: unloaded here on Monday. Three cars and seed oats were unloaded here last week. The majority of the new settlers at New Dayton are from North Dakota and Ohio and are nearly all exper- ienced farmers and of a good class oi progressive.pract-ioal men. GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake, April Gras- sy Lake coal mines are operating and the settlers in this district -have no difficulty in securing coal for domes-1 tic use and for fuel for their steam I A. E. HUMPHRIES A WELL DESERVED PROMOTION Coutts. Mr. Humphries is exception- has been appointed immigration ally well qualified for the position agent at Lethbridge in succession to' and his friends will congratulate him Chas. Mair, appointed agent at j upon his well deserved promotion. L. J. LACOSTE DEAD Montreal, April Joseph Lacoste, eldest son ,of Sir Alexander Lacoste, died today of pneumonia, after a week's He was a well of a ship brake which was successfully tried on the cruiser Eureka and was to be tested on the S. battleship Indiana next month. Page Lawn Wire Fence o A NEW MEDICAL OFFICER Winnipeg, Man., April De- vine, medical officer for Military-Dis- trict No. 10 (Winnipeg) has. resigned. He will be., succeeded May 1st by Dr. Vaux, Halifax Military District. TWO MEN DROWNED Kingston, Orit., April; McCabe and Albert Wheeler were, drowned off Howe Island last 'night by the: upsetting of a skiff baused hy high wind and a heavy sea. A "sample may be seen at A. Uochon's on Crabb Street near Courtland 3-ft. fence, per foot 3-ft 6-in. fence, 24c. per foot steerwire. fence made Order from MACLEOD NOTES Macleod, April schools were closed for a couple of days to allow of the disinfection of the build- ing.' The station waiting room is full everv night with travellers. Many hew settlers are coming: in from Ontario and from various parts of the United States. Several, new buildings -have been erected south of the track. __a> The football players have reorgan- ized a club with bright prospects tne season. The intermediate lacrosse club.h'is been organized for the season. After the successful season last year the "baseball players will be re- organizing soon for the 1909 season. Seeding is well under way and ma- ny, farmers have finished seeding wl-cat. ploughing outfits. This town is growing very fast. In- coming settlers can not find a house ifo accommodate them so they -have to buy and build. The Grassy Lake hotel is crowded to its utmost cap- acity; S. T. Elford, who arrived a couple of weeks ago from Minn., will commence breaking with, his steam ploughing outfit this week, about sixteen miles south of: Grassy "Lake." QUAKE IN N. B. St. John, }SL B., April and about twenty miles from here on the C. P. It. report a slight earthquake shock between 6 and 7 this morning. It was and seven, o'clock this morning. It es to rock. The Nox Tactelett Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Cure We have yet to hear of one failure to cure where a .lair trial has been given. Can be given without son knowing it, is harmless and ab- solutely Mother sister or wife, you "would :be doing a great work by giving this remedy to some members of your family. We wil] mail a month's treatment for "five dollars. The Soobell Drug Co.; St. Catherines, Ont. City of letbbri THE REGULAR WEEKLY Auction Sale OF HORSES, CATTLE? IMPLEMENTS, etc., will be held at the City Market Corrals on SATURDAY NEXT AT 2.30 Entries Received by the Undersigned up to Time of Sale F. G. on MAffKET MASTER THE CHINESE WALL American Explorer Makes Some Im- portant Discoveries New York, April from an extended trip of exploration in China and Thibet, during which he made interesting discoveries alpngr the Chinese great'wall, Dr. 'William Edgar Geil, of Doylestown, Pa., ar- rived today on the steamer Miine- haha from London. -Dr. Geil traced great wall a distance Qf miles. from'the coast to the northern Thibet, discovering about 200 miles or wall that has-not been mapped. He, lound evidences, he said of the existence of at least ten great walls apart from the famous one. Dr. Geil confirmed the reports cf the wall, wliere, they have dwelt nese pigmies in the mountains north of the woll, where .they have dwelt for twenty centuries. Dr. de Frenchr the Wife't While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the generative portion-of the -system, arevstrictiy safe to use. all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's are sold at a box, or three for JW.OO. ;MaiIed to -uny address. -The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Ont. Choice JMsHiess attd Kesi- fe deiitial Lots This is situated 'Winfles Mist of the city of Leth- the C. P. B" and has the oeletrated "OldGHory" gas weU adjoining the town- There is a good gupply of coal and water. No invest- Saent on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing daily. :Prices of lots range from to J250.00, according to location: Special priceB for blocks: Terms are and the balance payable in six and twelve jiontha with interest at air per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to LfflKE WADDELL Bow Island, Atta IkeMterta laitway and IrrlgatlOB Company Is n6w offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS im Urttit Hi Wlrrt rt iBtifMMnKrN FROM EACH 11 months. 6 cent, per annnm kpMt, WHMP, EXCEL IN PRINTING Want When Particular Printing Place Year Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others bare every reason to patronize the Herald, wjiere experience hag taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. ;