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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH0MIDOE, ALTA., TUESDAY, JUNE I, 1909. 7 Here's a _peacc-nwker for the stay- out-late husband, sweet enough to melt the hardest heart. Our PERFECT ICE CREAM has been known to even win over a crusty mother-in-law when things grew hot! .Chocolate, Lesion, Van- illa. Dainty parlors. Orders quickly filled. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners Ice Cream Specialists District News The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection I John Cantin PKOPRIETO R Did you ever see what the Menu Card at says r Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card? Try it! CARDSTON CROPS GOOD Alfalfa Four and a Half Inches High in Cochrane A Reunion of the Wood Family Cardston, May family William Wood held a reunion at th home of President Worxl to celtbrat the 72nd anniversary. Besides men bfrs of th.- family John Holmes au wife, J. P. Low and wife. Georpt; Bar ner and wife, and Joseph Banner wer in attendance. The evening wa spent in re-miniscences of old. tiin days. William Wood is a veteran the Crimea and lias been round th world in one of Her Majesty's war. Fred Clay, who resided here fo about two years, but recently o Banff, is paying a visit to his friend here. Alfalfa, within a mile of Cardstoi is four and a ha-lf inches 'high. Hoi is that for a backward spring? Manley Brown has a large gasolin engine and plow outfit at the Cochrani ranch ready to break the sod. He wil continue breaking during the entir summer. It is expected that ten acres a day can be turned ortr. The ranchers and farmers are re joicing that their losses are much less than was at first reported. The young stock stood the storm well. The loss will not exceed, so'the stockmen say, more than three to eight per cent. Grace Woolf will spend the sum- mer is.....Utah. Maggie Lee is. taking the position of Miss Grace in the office. The Henson-Layne Music Company are going to put in a stock of station- ery this summer. The Y.L.MJVI.I.A. of the Stake will be represented at the June confer- ence by Mrs. Attenna Williams. Bus sell Sloan will look after the interests of the Young Men's Association at the June Conference held in Salt Lake City. Next Monday Mrs. Montez Harris will leave for an extended visit to her friends and relatives in Old Mex- ico. She expects to be gone the en- tire summer. The many friends of Harry D'Arc, M. D., were surprised and pleased to see him in town today. Mr. D'Arc lived in Cardston seven years ago and has worked .his way through college. He will remain in Lethbridge this summer, taking charge of Dr. Camp- bell's practice while the Dr. is east. at The llberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. MEDICINE HAT CHOSEN Municipal Convention to be held in Western Town in July Toronto, May ninth an- nual convention of the Union of Ca- nadian Municipalities will be held on July 26 and-27 at Medicine Hat, and the final meeting will, be held.the next day. July 23th at Calgary. Vis- its will also be made to Port Arthur, Fort William. Winnipeg and Eegina. Among subjects proposed are: Uni- form municipal accounting: provin- cial municipal boards, including pub- lic utility commissions; western mun- icipal development; government tele phone systems; methods of street wid ening and expropriation, and improve ment plans in advance of growth. SUNDIAL Sundial, May Jno. Gibson i made a trip to Snake Valley for some 1 feed oats. Miss Thwaitz has come up to keep house for her brother.. Baby Mae 'Rosf has recovered from her sickness and is looking fine. Rev. MeComb left Monday for Mac- leod. Mr. C. F. En gen left Monday morn- ing for Lethbridge. He is kept very busy hauling supplies for his store. Mr. W. Hanson is again able to be around .after, a long sickness caused by falling from a scaffold while build- ing his new house. Mrs. Will Connor is expecting her neice from Magrath to spend her sum mer vacation out here in our lovely district. The meeting held at Sundial Satur- day May 29th was well attended, at which were arrange d different amuse ments for their .big celebration on July 1st at Will Connor's on Sec. 2, .Range 19, Township 13. There will be baseball, foot races, etc. Prizes will be awarded. There will be danc- ing in the afternoon and -evening and different refreshments will be served. We all hope it will be a great .success as this is their first celebration. We make Sunshine Furnace fire- pot in two constructed with fins that they throw off every unit of heat, so constructed with straight walls that it is impossible for ashes to gather and intercept the heat, so con- tracted that the upper section can expand independent of the lower, thus making it impos- sible in- a Sunshine Fur- nace for any heat to loaf around the fire-pot, any heat to be nullified by ashes, any cracks to take place as a result of the shock following contraction or expansion. PEACE JUSTICE IN TROUBLE Against Strttler Magis- tratt Investigated This fire- pot has greatest A .weight longest The fire- pot natur- ally bears the brunt of a furnace's work, and it bears it just proportion to its original strength. UNSHINE FURNACE Because steel is more powerful thai1 gray iron, we make Sunshine Furnace firepot of semi-steel. This is an exclusive feature, and indicates that in Sunshine Fur- nace nrepot alone you find smooth-as-glass surface, secure maximum fire-resisting strength, can rely on only minimum disin- tegration and can be assured of long life. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS The weekly ward dance Ian Friday vening was very well_attunded. Quite i number of Raymond fri'i'jds t k advantage of the fine weather and had very enjoyable time. Mrs. A. Erickson entertained a few >f her friends on Saturday Misses Ina Daisy eave on Tuesday evening for Salt. City where they will spend their ummer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F. Steed and family eave for Utah next Tuesday. Mr. Steed has leased his ranch and will pend several months each year In tirling. A farewell party being Steed tonight, very sorry to ose Mr. and Mrs. Stead as they will iven Mr. and Mrs. ill Siirlinngites are Stettler, Alta., May time ago a petition was presented to the lieutenant-governor-iri-council, signed by .'bout two hundred residents in iha neighborhood of Willeston, asking for the removal of William Banks, of that place, from the office of justice or the peace, and the cancellation of his comuji-sfion. In consequence thereof an enquiry was held at Stettlor bar- rucks on Wednesday last, before A. Y. Blain, inspector of legal officer. Several of the citizens of Willeston gave evidence of irregularities by Banks and as to his repute in the dis trict. E. C. Lock appeared for the pe- titioners. Banks appeared in person and gave evidence o.u his own behalf. His wife also denied the charges of misconduct at cases "heard before her' husband, at all of which shhe was pre- sent. The evidence will be laid be- fore the lieutenant governor. CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. Comparative Figures For Filtezn Years Capital Paid-up May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, May 31st Feb. 27th April 3rd 1895, 1900, 1905, 1909, 1909, uri CrthMrf FrOta May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, fttal Awtr May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. I A TRAINED SIBERIAN BEAR Believers in the theory ol re-in- j carnation would have their' belief j strengthened to absolute certainty j could they spend a few days follow-1 ing the menageries of the Greater j Noras Rowe circus.. The circus! men have in their menagerie a trained Siberian bear which they, claim is rifhtly named, for the stren-1 uosity of his many performances are both strenuous and varied in the ex-. and 50 per cent, of those registered treme. He shows unusual curiuing in in the Sunday school and coming gaining his liberty and once out he from our homes go out into the world and are claimed by the devil. Some people think that the Sunday Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Ealn- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOD school teachers are indebted to the parents for such nice children, who are not so nice as the parents think. The home and school should work together for the building up of char- acter. The Sunday school has a great opportunity cradle roll up to right from the the adult bible manages to create both consternation and havoc unless speedily raptured, i "Nutr one of the principal i clowns with the show declares 'Teddy' is or was human and of a certainty was on earth before in human guise. "Nug" is training the bear to do many interesting tricks. The other day while the was putting some finishing touches to the bear's edu- cation, the big fellow sud.denly threw class. It is only 120 years since the I down the barrel he was and time of Robert Raikes, yet there are! Jumping to his feet he growled what-1 now enrolled in the Sun- ithe clown Declares sounded plainly, j day schools of the world. The best i "Nuff> fled the men' j way to keep our boys in the Sunday I shouting that the bear was school .is to get a row of fathers be- talking and was surely bewitched, e greatly missed both in a social and tweon the boys and the door. No The circu? men were amused and now hurch way. May 29, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christensen, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Curtis of Raymond pent Sunday as guests of Miss Keil- T. A. Stewart V. S.t of Montana, has seated in Stirling. We are very glad o see that Mr. Stewart has decided one is too busy to join in Sunday j !t ever-y school work. Help along, the work'the ?reat amusement of the crowds of character building and give the visit their winter Zoo. Recently _ boys and girls a chance." j Teddy was fastened to a post on the- When addressing the Sunday school stePs oi the ?e to ?et of Knox church yesterday afternoon, jloose- Opposite the quarters of the H. F. Kenny held the attention of! circus a woman was standing on the all as he told about a little friend veranda of her home. Teddy charged which he always carried straight towards her. The woman o stay with us, as he will fill a long- lie referred to a lead pencil which he 1 seemed unable to stir and Teddy gain- lt want. STIRLING Stirling.. F. A. Keillor and disposed of three quarter sections of land near Stirling to Geo. Angus of Lethbridge at a very fair figure. C. F. Enycart was in town last week getting repairs for his steam plow. R. E. Patterson leaves for Sheldon, N. D., tomorrow. Mr. Patterson ex- pects to return with Mrs. Patterson in about two weeks. A. J. McLean. M. P. P.. was in town last week inspecting road? ind bridges. J. T. Peat of Lethbridjrp v.ho is drilling a well for Stoncy Atkirn spent Saturday in town. The Misses Clark entertained a number of friends on Friday evoninp. A very enjoyable evening was THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1S6T i. E. WALKER, president Paid-up Capital, AMXAFDER LAIRD, General j ReSCtTC Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank arc a most convenient way in which to carry money when trayeUing. They are issued in denomitmttom of and ud the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. cheques and all information regarding may be obtained at every Lethbridge Branch C. G, K. Nourse, Manager RAYMOND Raymond, 'May and Mrs. E. Amos of Brantford, Ont., bro- ler of R. A. Amos of 'Raymond, are coming soon to reside in Raymond. (Dr. Amos will open up a dentist par- lor. The Junior "Band Boys have sent off for uniforms. Mr. J. JL. Higinbotham of Ogden, Utah, was in town last week. Mr. B. Grand and Mr. T. Hayse were in Magrafh yesterday. The Latter Day Saints Church of Jesus Christ was dedicated yester- day. The meeting house was built five years ago but it was never dedi- cated because it had to be used as an amusement hall, but now the opera house is completed, it is no longer needed for anything but church ser- vices. The meeting house has been undergoing repairs for the past three weeks. It now looks clean and new. The house has been papered and paint ed. The Relief Society have furnish- ed Brussels carpet for the platform and aisles. The organ has been mov- ed upon the- platform. The dedica- tion services were well attended. The speakers were Bishop Anderson, Mr. G. H. Budd, Mr. Chas. McCarthy and Mr. H. S. AUen made the prayer. The choir sang several hymns and a solo was rendered by Miss Blanche Fisher. Miss 'Mary Boyson spent Sunday at Stirling at home. Mr. Luscombe was in Spring Cou- lee yesterday. Mr.Ernest Bullock of Welling Icnves tomorrow, June 1 for a mission to the Northern States. Mr. Robert Allen of Cardston was in Raymond visiting over Sunday. Miss Salmon, of London, is visiting with Dr. and Mrs. Rivers." The engagement cf Miss Phyllis Young and Mr.'Hardy Brewerton, has been announced. Rev. J. J. Cameron preached his farewell sermon and held communion in the Magrath Church yesterday. Mr. W. N. Matson was down from Spring Coulee over Sunday. Misses Ina Erickson and Fannie Harris leave tomorrow for Utah. compared to a child, as both have a j ea her side in a second. He threw heart and a body. Footprints in the his fore reet around lier waist and The snow disappear but.. the marks left by the heart last longer. As a pencil gave her a genuine bear-hug. circus attaches were attracted by her may -be used for a bad purpose, such screams and quickly lassoed Mj, Ted- as forgery, the heart of the boy dy. It will be some time before he is guided by either the devil, or by j again gains his liberty, but the pres- Gad in making its mark in tht sent circus season advertises the fact W0rld. that Norris Rowe have the only Mr. Kenny also addressed Wesley genuine "Talking-Hugging Teddy church congregation ia the morning. Bear." There's Pleasure All Around When o plumbing system .works satis- factorily. It makes the plumber, the owner and the con tractor better friends, and results to their mutual advantage. Our work is guaranteed to be satisfac- tory. We have Plumbers' Supplies to Meet Every Demand No order too large No order too tmall Calgary and Lethbridge DuftFerin Street Phone 299 FOR FURNITURE ofallkmdsssJall f interior "woodwork Just Use, "Die Original WISH Good for floors too In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO. "If you live oat of town write us" 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 I OLIVER'S MKTilNG Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BOMP45 STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 I i JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming When you want your yard 11 cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. TAYLOR Olds Lottie Walrod, who for past three years has S. S. WORKER IN THE CITY Travelling Secretary Kenny Gives Addresses at Local Churches At the close of the pastor's morn- ng sermon at Knox church Sun- day. H. F. spoke briefly on Sunday -school work "God has blessed the business men of Alberta with great opportunity, He ex- poets some return. We need to build up character in Alberta. Unless we bujM up characters, which are a credit to ourselves, our nation, and to our God, we will have serious consequences. Only per cent, of those attending our Sflbbuth schools arc brought into church membership, Do you buy your Lumber hero? Your neighbour does, and is perfect- ]v Every tb ing in Building Material can be bought here at low- est prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. NEW DAVTON AND MAORATH Have the largest and best stock of Lumber and Building Supplies in Alberta Phone 225 City Yard, South of Ellison Mill boon troubled with appendicitis, went to Lethbridge hospital Tuesday to Ire operated on by Dr. Mewburn, of that place. She was accompanied by her father, R. P. Walrod. Ring Up T08 When you want DRAYING 4- Done promptly and 4 satisfactorily J JOHN BRODIE 4. W, P. Roy for OFFICE; Room 3, flit Mtck Phone 180 ;