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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald. Friday, August Struck the Trail! What Trail? The trail that leads to the Pioneer Lumber Yards, where you can buy all kinds of building material, and get the best possible value Tor your money Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbddse N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granuca Cannangay Barons Kipp Jet. AUCTION SALE At the Sale Rooms, rear of Dallas Hotel, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON 30EXT AT 2 SHAEP F. G. WADDINGTON CO. BOARDING HOUSE AND RESTAURANT Ten splendid beds, springs and mattresses; sis cots and mattresses; about 20 pairs of -woollen blanket; eight large size comforters; bed quilts; 12 pairs of sheets; IS feather pillows; large.quantity o' crockery and glassware; SODA FOUNTAIX in splendid .order to- gether with accessories and fittings; six ice -cream parlor chairs; four ditto tables; extension dining table; enameled bath; large cook- ing range; heaters: large assortment of cutlery; dressers and stands; sideboards; buffet; kitchen cabinet; gasoline stove; stock of cigars, pipes and cigarettes, etc., etc. Owing to the large number of lots, the auctioneers respectfully request a prompt attendance. This sale will be continued on Saturday evening. PAIR ARE DIVORCED Phone Building Office, Lyceimi WILD ALFALFA .FINALLY FOUND The Ung Sought Wild Alfalfa That Grows on Arid Land Found in Idaho ture to sub-irrigate plant life and where all vegetation is practically Wife Gets a Decree 1 en Minutes After Filing Petition Kansas City. Aug. a sequel to John P. (Jack) Cudahy's attack on j Jere S. Lillis, in the Cudahy residence i shortly after midnight of March 5 I last, Mrs. Cudahy today obtained .a divorce from her husband. By the of the decree Mrs. Cudahy re- ceives SI alimony. j The decree as granted by Judge i James H. Stover on the ground of in- compatibility of temperament 10 min- utes after Mrs. Cudahy had filed her petition. Mrs. Cudahy and her maid, Elizabeth Johnson, were The only wit- nesses called. No mention was made of the L4His affair, i Cudahy was not in court attorneys y% You wil! find-relist in-Zafh-B 1 It eases the burning, P pain, stops bleeding and Perseverance, wuii ZAAU Buk, means cure. WJiynoiprcv? D. D. MANN GIVES ADVICE TO THE MEN OF WESTERN CANADA Asks Them to See That Investors From the East Get the Square Future of the Town of It Will Be a. Distributing of the C. N. R. in the Mountains Outlined by the Vice- Presldent of ,the Railway Company. TREES GROW AT The of One Should be Example to The Portland Coal Miner, a paper printed at 'the new town of Stewart, B. C.. gives the following report of the speech of D. D. Mann at the banquet recently given him at that place: j "Mr. Chairman and citizens of Ste-' j wart, 1 wish to thank you for the en- i thusiastic way in "which have re- I ceived the toast, and I also wish to I say that I ani very to 'be your j guest tonight. "-While this is- not much to say in of the first banquet in j the town of Stewart, I hope you will i receive it in the way the preacher visiting a mining camp did his first cocktail. He said he did not care verv much for the cherry, but he did Spokane, Aug. farmers in Spokane county believe that the discovery of- wild alfalfa, known to botanists as "rnedgicaga in Bonner county, Idaho, by W. H. "Heidman, superintendent of the sab-experiment station, conducted by the United States government at Clag- dead. Professor Heidman has sent j representing him made no protest I. Winnifred, Aug. appreciate the spirit in which it was specimens of the plant to prominent against the .granting of the decree, botanists for examination and identi-j k is understood that General John infornied, is a good farming country with .'an abundant supply of coal, which we hope to reach with this rail- in the near future. "Whether the railroad that I am building will go through the Bear Kiver pass or not, Fam not prepared to say. A man -should be very careful in making statements that he cannot cam- out. I will say this much, how- ever, that reports' in regard to the pass are very favorable, and next month J. intend to send out a corps of engineers to investigate