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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1909. PAGE THREE 4 4 4 Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 s OF CANADA Ring Up 108 When you want I DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: Capitol, Rest and tidlvUed Profits Exceed Establish Your Credit Have yoti ever consi- how important it is to have an account at your local bank, with recognized financial standing and credit It would be a great advantage to you, whether you are a Business Man, a Farmer or a. Rancher. are other substantial advantages in having an account with the Union Bank, including Interest at highest current rate on Savings Deposits. Your account, large or small, is respectfully solicited. Lethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Schlmnowski.Acting Manager. Grassy Lake W. Maillie, Manager. Milk River LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable In Connection Parties can be shown over the District at any time by careful drivers. First-class outfits provided. Satterlee Lock PROPRIETORS J. ACTON Real Estate and Investments Stocks Bonds POPULAR MARCHIONESS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY .Money to Loan Room 3, MCDONALD BLK. Place Your Orders for r DRAYING ....WITH.... iJAS. FRAME v Among the twentieth century mar- chionesses une of the best liked in the J j country of her adoption, Ireland, is j young Lady Headfon, according to The Sketch. This is owing both to Satisfaction Guaranteed J PHONE 289 her rare beauty and to her qualities a .sportsman. Her husband's two estates are located in splendid hunt- ing country. ALBION RIDGE NEWS Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el ewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OLIVER'S CQMPIIIIV Office and Factory Cor. ROUKD and- BOMPI5 STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 TELEGRAPHIC- BRIEFS D. M. Eaglp. of Windsor, legiate Institute teaching staff, has resigned to accept a position as prin- I cipal of the school at Nelson, B. C. f Three-year-old Pearl Hill, Canning- ton, Ont., in absence of her par- ents, got hold of some matches and set fire io her -clothing, receiving burns which caused her death. District News SPRING COULEE Spring Coulee-, July very pleasant event took place Saturday evening at 8 in Slab Town, eight miles south uf Spring Coulee, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Putnam" in the marriage of their daughter Glermie to Charles Kendall. Rev. Whitman M. A. sof Cardston of- ficiated.' Miss Bessie Putnam, the bride's sister was bridesmaid and Mr. Burnie Putnam was? jrroomsman. Mr. W. R. Putnam gave his daughter away. The bride looked charming dressed in white lawn; The brides- maid also dressed in white. After congratulations supper was served and the remainder of the evening was spent in playing games. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Irvine, Mr. George Watson. Mr. and Mrs.Crawford, Mr. and Mrs.Culp and Miss Minnie Gulp, Mis? Nellie Wai- son. Mr. Jesse Kelly' and Mr. Dave Wixoin. The newly married couple will remain at the brides home in Slablown, south of'Spring Coulee un- til fall. Mr. Kendai] will u dance next week. Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker and fam- ily leave today for a week's trip to Lakes. Xo celebration was held in''Spring Coulee Pioneer Day but many at- tended the celebration held in Ma- grath and Mr. E. Laycock, weed inspector iron: Raymond lias been visiting this dis- trict. Mr. Leslie Morrow was in bridge on business a few days last week. MJS. Thomas Irvine and sister wer- in Cardston on business last week. The rain which fell Thursday nigh! was welcomed by the fanners. We have -been having very hot weather and the shower was refreshing. Mr. Charles Kelly has returned from Calgary. Messrs. Sanford and 0. Dudley, at- tended the dance in Mygrath Satur- day waning. Mr. Embry has returned from his holidays and is again at his position in the Spring Coulee Trading store. Mr.Tippi loaves Tuesday to visit his mother in Seattle. Geo. Culp received a telegram last week stating her brother in fl- i linois was dying. Mr. R. M. Watson was in Magrath to the. celebration Saturday. Mr. Jesse Kelly moved to High River today. Mr. Melvin Nevens and DIAMOND CITY WANTS A SCHOOL May Get a This Year's Yards Open up. Diamond City. July are glad to report that grain will be ship- ped irom here the moment the rail- road c-ories in. Mr. Burnap will use his loading rii: to load direct into the _ cars irom the fanners', wagons until he is able U; build the elevator. j The brick yard, which has been closed down for several months, is opening up ag'iin this week. J. Dalrymple returned to Leth- bridge on the "morning mail last Friday. Mr. Graves, of Calgary, is here on a visit and is staying until hif. son, Mr. J. Graves. Last week we were favored whh a visit from Rev. W. Reid and Dr. D'Are. of Lethbridge. The- seems to think and rightly, so that i Diamond City is to be a place of some j important- in the near future, and we gather from his remarks that it will not be long before lie commences to move his goods and chattels across tlu.- river. A resident doctor in Dia- mond City will certainly be a great blessing to this large territory at pre- sent without a >.loctor nearer than Lethbridge. Again and again visitors are sur- prised to learn that there is no school house here. Asked why, we cannot explain. Most of the land around is settled up and a strong .school district could certainly be formed. The preach er here gives a lit-tle instruction to the children-a few niwrnings in the week, but' this is not .sufficient to thoroughly educate the children and to place them on a footing with the country children. More children will be coming 'in soon and there will be no school to serin them to. There is only one thing to be done now and that is to start immediately to build the school house. The -school board must get. a hustle for delay is ser- ious. 4 4 J. C. Hemm has returnc-d from the Little Bow river with his plowing outfit. He has broken acrt-s of j Mr. Harlatid Thompson accompanied land this spring. j him. The cr-jp-s in this district are look- ing good and everything points to a bumper yield. Huntsviile Albion Ridg.- here last at football. Mr. Snaiv leaves next week fur points on the coast. GIVEN A PENSION London. July Government lias granted a pension of an- nually to Lady Wyllie, widow of Lieut. Col. Sir H. C. Wyllie, who was j assassinated recently by Dhinagri, an i Indian Student in the Imperial In- stitute. CASES BEFORE THE DISTRICT COURT Tin- King vs. Gilroy Brown, for stealing' a cow on the Houk ranch. The King vs. Joseph Woycik. who is charged with stealing wire fence from the Cameron ranch. Tin- King vs. Joseph Tremblay, charged with firing a gas well at Bow Island, property of the C. P. R. The King vs. William Hindley, charged with .stealing property be- longing to C. W. Sanders, druggist, of Magrath. These castis have been adjourned until Tuesday. July 30. Magistrate Kingsford, of Toronto, threatens to full of DTW year with hard labor against keepers uf opium dens in that citv. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HJEJO) OFFICE. TOROHTO ESTABLISHED B. E. WAI.K1CB, President AT.HTATTTMCP LAUfcD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new YmveDers' Cheques recently tssoed by this Baak are a most coovenJeat wf in which to cany money wfaec trxveQmg, They are issued io rU-nnmmalWmt of ajid the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Scrmamy, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland staled on the of each cheque, while to other cotmtria ire payable at cucfent rates. The cheques and aQ tnjEbnmtioB tbem may be obtiuwd at every office tf tbe Bank. Lethbridge Bcanch C G. KJourse, Manager CRHSSY The Best New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line Some Thing's Grassy Lake Has Two coal mines in operation j A fifrst-class brick yard in operation j A brunch of the Union Bank 1 An up-to-date hotel A practising physician t All kinds of business houses A fine Assembly Hall which is open for engagement Some Things Grassy Lake j is Now Getting Town Property is advancing rapidly. Some biisiness lots are now selling as high as A new depot An electric light plant Buy Lots in Grassy Lake and Double Your Money Business Lots from to Residential Lots from to For Particulars'apply to J. R. PERRY, Jun. or Box 411, Lethbridgc, Alberta WM. SALVAGE Grassy Lake, Alberta MISS JESSIE W. ROSS, COCKSVILLE, ONT. Miss Ross is considered to present a distinct and decidedly fascinating type of Canadian beauty. I LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. CQ rt EH WHEN YOU REQUIRE ANY- THING IN OUR LINE WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU OUR GOODS AND QUOTE YOU PRICES. WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. NO DE- TAIL IS LACKING. WE GUARAN- TEE MATERIAL AND WORKMAN- SHIP. 0> co j LEIH BRIDGE SADDLERY CO. THE OLD -STAND t t Don't Miss This Chance Of Making Money Invest in a few nice level building lots on Westminster Road and Fair Grounds, while we are selling them for SI 10 each and on easy payments. The City is-building in that direction very rapidly. Those" lots are sure to double in value in a very short time. They, are doing fast. GALVIN HAXFIELD Room 4, Imperial Bank Have you seen the New Model Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? t it Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer World It is as essential to a business organization a right hand is to a as versatile in. its" many functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents: Stephen Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Room 1.....Ott Block REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP IS ALWAYS PROMPTLY AT- TENDED. TO PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION EVERY TIME IF _ THIS DEPARTMENT A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Gray's Haidware Western Canada Agency, Ltd. holesale Merchants GASOLIHE. LUBRICATING OILS. WELL CASING. MINE SUPPLIES. EXPLOSIVES. STEAM FITTINGS. BLACK AND GALVANIZED PIPE. BAR IRON AND STEEL. FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, CEMENT, Liwfe, HARDWOOD PLASTER, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER. Western Canada Agency Phone 172 Offi ces. Macdonaid Block Ltd. W Stacey Sells Them What? Best Grades! STAGEY LUMBER CO., Just across the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 ;