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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiw ilermld. Moiniay, July 4. V Modern 8 roomed hbvise and barn on Dufferin Street; Bartlett Street and Westminster Road. Lot 40x225 feet. TERMS. Enquire 418 Round Street and Westminster Road, N. Ward N. Taber Bow Island Milk Hirer :Hifh Claresholm Nan ton Grauuni Barous The Problem of Satisfying the Thirst What to drink is the question. You- want" something cold, to sure, but you want it to be wholesome as'well. ;5 Ice -water shocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS THE ANSWER. Here is a--beverage that is .satisfying and beneficial. There is something more to it than -wetness and coolness. It is a sustaining drink, it refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for; JLETISBEIDGE -beer. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd, x PHONE NO. 554. A. G. SPAULDING WOULD BE-U. S. SENATOR. Los Angeles, July G-. Spauld1 ing, formerly of. Chicago, and now of San Diego, CaL, head of the big sport- ing goods firm of A. G. Spaulding TVill run ..for United States Senator. After. urgent petitions on .tie part prominent politicians. Spaulding has agreed to make the contest upon tile conditions that his campaign, ex- penses are paid through a trustee and limited, and that he can. stay at home instead of indulging in. weeks of cam- paigning through the State. A committee called .re- peatedly, and asked his .consent, to become a Spaulding said' "that "he did to run, ibut in spite of his refusal the; committee launched a boom ibehalf .and Spaulding then determined to make the run. PREMIER BUYS A HOUSE Edmonton. July Sifton bought a house on. Sixjfch street this morning, -where he -will take up'Ms residence- almost immediately. The j house is No. 376 Sixth street and was formerly occupied (by James A. PcnvelL JOHNSON WINS FOR CHAIR IN DAKOTA Offices About Equally Divided Be- tween insurgents and in Primary Grand Forks, X D-, July J: stalwart, and A. J. Gronna. insurgent, have ,been nom- inated in the North Dakota republican primaries for United ...States'sen- McCumiber to succeed himself and Gronita to succeed .the! late M. N. Johnson. Thomas Marshall, former' and Judge'Edward En- gerud are the defeated candidates. TAT congress, L. B. Hanna, stalwart, was nominated-to, suc'ceea while H. T. was; nominated to succeed Congressman Gronna. In- the gubernatorial. contest C. A." Johnson, the stalwart candidate, ihas A.: Buchanan, "the insur- gent candidate." On the rest of.ithe state ticket there is "a" split-with both insurgents ;and stalwarts claiming' vic- tories. lHANGE your brand for ohteMry the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its highVreputation. .At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S EAST KOOTENAY TO EXHIBIT July: meeting; of the executive of the .Associat- ed Boards of :Trade of. East Koqtenay. was held in connection ,the linaiiiarj-, :arraagements for .the placing of an exhibit of East Kootenay products at-the Dry Farming Congress to .he; neld in. Spokane in the first week in October. It that- the local .boards .sftouid look, af- er' the collecting of the individual- portions of the .exhibit and .-the whole assembled at a central point for ship-? ment MARYSVlLLE TO GO DRY jCranbrook, July -vrere. re- vived from. Victoria Thursday, to lose all, three bars at Mary.sville.at midnight that night. D. -O. ROBLIN, TORONTO ,SOi-E{ CANADIAN AGENT PREMI-ER IN SYMPATHY --vEdmonton; Premier Stfton -.met party' of York "capitalists in connection .Tvith.: 'the construction of from the international boundary .line north through Pincher 'Greelr. 'The deputation outlined' the proposal-' and !for government .project After some disbussion' the expressed him- self. In sympathy, .'with dtie undertaking butjiuviey of thejjpeculiar conditions existing. reference to a railway. already, guaranteed, ;h.er was not pre- pared -at present to. act Guelph is only .called' upon' to pay ahout half as much.-.for charitable pur- poses -as the did 'thirty years ago.' K. C. R; OPERATIONS Causing Considerable Stir in Wardner Flocklnfl In ''j. .Wardner, July 'advent of the Kootenay "Ccatsrkl is already making its influence lelt in our town. A sur- veying outfit was here" last week and re-staked the -former survey of the townslte.. Town lots are selling brisk- ly and-enquiries are coming in thick and fast for locations at open- ing prices! The Crows .Nest Pass Lumber Ltd. purchased a number of these lots. and" expebt to build 'sev- eral handsome residences on them in "the near -future the growing demand for accommodation.. C. N. R.-BUYS AN ONTARIO RAILROADi Brockvnie, July infor- mation was secured .here: last night that the Canadian Northern Railway Company possessid.ru.of the Brockvffle, TVestport -feiNorth- Western- Railway, running .from here to .Westport, forty .miles. 'The. pro- posed new Canadian route of the Mac- 'kenzie :and Mann .system, ibetween Belleville and Ottawa, according to survey; will B... W. Nfe N: W. Railway at Newioro, five miles, this side of and 'by securing con- trol of 'tnis' important piece of rail- way -property, the new C. N. have access to Brockville and .the St Lawrence. 3 Supe rb Styl es The famous Fit-Reform designer has created three models ,ih 2 Button Suits that surpass anything of this style ever seen in this country. ii" -i. f The combination of originality and elegance will appeal to every man who prizes exclusiveness-and good taste. The in fine English equally distinc- tive. GOVERNOR SENDERS TO BE SENATOR Baton Rouge, .La., July Jilie- ypeculiar Jared T. Sanders -will" succeed '-'the' McEnery in .the United. States senate, according .to the' party" leaders gathered 2iere. The legisla- ture is in session and shbrtly after the SrsiVthunder stpfin had passed dyer., the .city, shortly he- fore eight- o'clock. the -water" A PECULIAR PHENOMENON election Is being for. Lieut Gov. Lamibremont succeed. San- ders.' was -drawn off from the pipes it was found to >be quite hot and remained condition an nour. ;The only explanation that has been goffered is that lightning must Tiave struck near by and-'by the great fric- tion pipe have suddenly :heated the water. Situated 6 miles North-West of Medicine Hat on the main line of the C. P. This building is for the Redcliffe Manufacturing Company. It will house the plant of the Boitbn-Lath Shingle Machinery Company, wh-ich is being moved bodily from Minneapolis. This company, be- sides manufacturing certain lines of saw mill machinery, will manufac- ture grain and water tanks, and other farm which there is a great demand in that section. As part of this plant there will also' be a complete sash and door factory, which will furnish all manner of buildfng materials. A foundry will also be operated in connection and will be modern and complete In. every particular. The interest in Redcuff throughout Canada just now fa very keen. Thoss who have studied the situation with an.indea of investment forsee that ths town is destined to become one of the important manip facturing centres of Canada. Redcliffe the eastern end of the great Canadian Pacific irrigation district., which is 200 mles long, by from ffty to one hundred miles wide. On account of the cheap power, practically every article of neces- sity, can be produced cheaper than in the United States, and in nearly every instance the can be purchased for less. The value of the manufactured product, however, is from 25 to 100 per cent, higher, owing to a long freight haul and duty on imported merchandise which "now largely fills the demands of Western Canada. In other words, a given can be produced, by reason of cheap powerf at less cost at Redcliff than in the United States, ana" a certain amount-of freight and all the duty can be added as additional clear profit. The Company has spent in providing every requirement of a modern municipality and work for 300 people before a lot was placed on tine mayrjket. Lots Now On Sale Prices From to Special car leaves Lethbridge for Redcliff midnight, Saturday, July 9th; return 4 a.m. Monday We have made the jobs for .the laborer; now we want tfce business man to supply Ms wants. Room 8, Macdonald Block Sole Agents Lethbridge, Alberta ;