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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, II MlMMl Trade Mark letislerei Has Proved Its Wear For 16 years, RUEEROID Roofing has withstood extremes of heat and cold on the roofs. For 16 years, RUBEROID has been the standard and is today recognized'-as the only perfect roofing material. It is rain and snow and practically indestructible. Write for samples and prices. The oldest and best prepared Roofing PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Lethbridge, North Lethbridge, Bow Island, Taber, Milk River Granum, Clatesholm, Nanton, High River, Garmangay EDMONTON MEN MOVE TO VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C-. June great deal of Alberta capital is being in- vested in Vancouver realty. Mr. A. York of Edmonton. who recently bought over worth of property here will leave for home today to make arrangements to remove to this city. He lately purchased a residence on Burnuby Street. Mr. J. A. O'Neill Hayes, also of Edmonton, acquired the adjoining property for SS.OQO. Mr. Haye? also will make his home here. For nearly twenty years he acted as C. P. R. land inspector in the Edmonton dis- trict. BIG RUN OF SALMON Vancouver, June the near approach of the salmon fishing sea- son the price paid for fish both on the Fraser and North is beginning to be a live issue, and a meeting of the Salmon Canneries'" association be called this week for the purpose of' LOCAL NEWS agreeing on a scale of prices Preparations for the run are proceeding apace, especially on the j Fraser where the canneries are be- j JL ins put into shape. This is The year of the big run. j which in the history of salmon fish-; "W. R. Perry has been appointed in? on the Pacific coast recurs every I secretary-treasurer of Medicine Hat. four years. j C. S. De Groat, from Murray Park ___ __ ..__._. _____ came in with a car of settlers' effects and 'will settle at Coutts. Oakes Everard, have been given the contract for the new Medicine grates maxmum o SEASONABLE ANNOUNCEMENTS For the Ladies Royal Worcester Corsets, Directoire, Princess Hip, and all the latest styles, from to per pair The Famous B. C. per pair LADIES' DRESSING vhite with handkerchief collar and cuffs. The very thing for summer wear. Regular price Xow on ly DRESSING embroidered collars'and belt effect. Regular For 75c WHITE LAWN BLOUSES REDUCED TO............................................ 35, WHITE 25, and 20 percent, discount For the Men A LOT OF CHOICE PATTERNS of Cambric shirts, worth SIM each. Reduced to clear to ea. LAWN TENNIS collars each OUTING COMFORT collars............. each CEYLON FLANNEL Stripe.............. each SILK STRIPED OUTING SHIRT each HAT SPECIALTIES MEN'S FINE STRAW HATS............................. 75c to MEN'S BOATER HATS, from......................... ZEPHYR CLOTH HYGENIC WATERPROOF HATS................................. WHITE LINEN MEN'S FEDORA all MEN'S FANCY with dots or stripes............ to MEN'S BLACK ALPACCA sizes............ each each S1.25 each 75s each .65c eash each eash Boys' Washing Suits WHITE AND STRIPED to PEP. SUIT Boys' Blouses A GREAT to EACH BOOTS AND SHOES Just received direct from New York a shipment of the Edwin Burt Shoes, comprising the very latest designs in Ladies' Footwear. Inspection invited. Sandals for children. 85 cents per pair, according to size MEN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORD SHOES, LEATHER and PER PAIR LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS ..............................FROM PER PAIR CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS PER PAIR HUDSON'S BAY CO. Hat school at S4S.620. j S. W. Stakley. from Towner, X.D.. !goes south to Warner with a car of j settlers" effects. i One hundred Scotch lassies arrived j in Winnipeg a few days ago. Six of 'them have come to Lethbridge anri j will'.settie here. I Wm. Currie. with a steam plow, has moved into T'p. 1-t, R 21, and i this week commenced breaking 400 j acres for Mr. Hyslop. Mr.'Hitchcock, the -well-known jville farmer, is in the city today. .'He reports spring -grains splendid. The-twenty-fifth Batterv, the head- j j t j quarters of which are in Lethbridge, j "have no camp this year. The j j remainder of the equipment of two! guns and two wagons are now on j their, way from the east. i j Work on the Southern Alberta i Co.'s ditch is progressing, apace. Hundreds of men are at work j land the work on the big dam -itself j Tllere are no fewr than eleven I (of which the excavation for afot-j maskinonge decaying in the warm 1 raents is now under way) will be sun da-TS in a plowed field- up i proceeded with energetically as soon i Bogey's Greek, a mile or TWO from as 'the summer's high water floods Pl'-eon Lake- During the very high I are over. j water this ploughed field was fiood- Court Alberta, Xo. 659. Independ-! ed and the made their waJ" a11 jent Order of Foresters, will meet in I over ir> Depositing their spawn in the K. of P. hall on Saturday even-1 what deemed nice places for j ing. Dr. G. H. Wade, of Calgary, i hatching and rearing of their pro- geny; .but they had not reckoned on the lumberman who wished to taks advantage of the high water to float his timber out to the lake. Never- theless he was there, aad by closing the water off rapidly in the lower dam Sunshine Furnace has four triang-ular grate bars, each having- three distinct sides. .In the single-piece and two-piece grate no such-Hke provision is made for expansion or contraction, and a waste of coal always follows a. shaking1! On the left- and right-hand sides are cotter pins, which when loosened permit the grates to slide out. These four grate bars are made of heavy cast iron, and are up with bulldog- teeth. The teeth will grind up the toughest clinker and because the grates are made in sections, not only can nothing- but dust and ashes pass through, but after each shaking- a differesit side can be presented to the fire. Also, with the Sunshine grate there is no back-breaking- movements attached to the shaking-. By gently rocking- the lever, first on the left and then on the right, the ashes are released on both Vail through into the pan. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS A The REMARKABLE INSTANCE Bobcaygc-n correspondent of superintendent of the order in Alber- ;ta, vrill be present. All local and j visiting members are requested to i attend. I- The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd i of Calgary, has been appointed aci- i miaistrator of the estate of the late Donald C. Frill, of Passburg. The AUTO SUSPENDED FORTY FEET IN Caught in Tree and Hung There with Three Up. London ,May twenty min- utes last night Joseph Lawrence and his two little grandchildren hung sus- pended in their automobile forty feet above the river, while a crowd of se- veral hundred picnicers worked with all their might to pull the machine i up the steep bank. In trying to turn the machine ar- nund on the narrow road Mr. Law- rence backed the machine over the j deceased, who found dead in was a rancher, was his shock about the dilige dry on th flopped about until their mouth? and embankment, and was only saved t fish were leit high and f_on) eoinff the riyer 2- d ploughed land, where th.ey the S Sis filled with sand, and there b string on titios of roaskinonge spawn will per- ish this season, as the water was very I i middle of February last, apparently! they Perished, and their bones are having committed suicide. He now bleaching in the sun. Great quan i i lying in the shack with j the- trigger of a gun tied to his foot. I A resident of Bowville, who was in tbeJr time of spawning, and it !in the city today, reports the crops'has Bopped very rapidly since., so I1 in that district are doing exception- j that a Sreat amount o! the spawn will I ally well. Both grass and -grain. are j fae left on land- growing fast. Stock are now doing j ______________ on the green grass. Consider- j RARE BIRD SHOT iN Stable new -breaking will be done this' NORTHERN ONTARIO season. The steam plows are work- i ing 5-'ivrt''.Hiy. having plenty of coal. A just returned from a visit to the district, arouml Taber, :the wheat is looking fine. The fanai- r-rs say it is growing an inch a day. j New Liskeard. Ont., May very bird was shot. on the here on what is known as the Hawkes worth property. It is of beatftiful plumage, with myrtle green logs. It belongs to a getting caught in a tree. Mr. Lawrence and the children were unable to move for fear of falling out. and he had to hold, the cshildren tight ly as they became very much fright- ened. The crowd finally got a rope and he had to hold the childer tight- safety. T. E. PATTERSON, Office. Oliver Block. Phone 287, SOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Ed. Price ?1500; ash. K of the fields are now looking i sPecie of 5ea plover now very scarce an-d the black ground will soon jand rapidly becoming extinct. They be out of sight. The farmers are i are or never seen in this coun- hopeful of having a bumper crop, and never very far from salt wa- if i for their is plenty of moisture How it; happened to stray away and the warm Alberta t3ais far northern lake and its fad i shine is shooting the grain right fate is a mystery. along. _____ The feet of lumber that went south to the Stirling Townsite Company. is being rapklly used in the erection of buildings. Up to the present a restaurant and rooming house, store, oflice and two dwellings have been built, an-d a storv. barber shop, butcher shop and "sales stable are in course of erection. The old crane which has 'been in use- by the C.P.H. wrecking crew sta- tioned here, has been sent east. A largo new stye! crane will now be stationed'here for use between ilVrdi- jjcinf ITat nnti I.oihbridge. It has a of sixty tons and is capable of lifiicg a car up bodily. One of the city polico as truant officer has >jcen tracing up the ir- j regular attendants at'city schools.'1 The princinul. gives him a list of pu- pils who have h-een irregular at i school and the o-iicor at the j child's home., enquiring the frequently sirkm-ss. In case of a regular truant tho boy is put on to 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10 40 ACRES FOR SALE" IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. 10 ACRES IN .NORTH Good house, to lease on easy temis. probatfin list and is compelled report regularly. EDMONTON REAL ESTATE Edmonton, May Byrnes, n cobbler, who 'is still, occupying his little shop, sold a lot on Jasper Av- enue for Fifteen yenrs -'.go bought it for Tlie fllierta Hallway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots Ncrtli of the Railroad and West of Westminster FROM f> >-k EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Intei'est 6 per cent, per annum Apply Mem Riiiwy iri Irrigitin Co, (Lud LetfcbrWgi, JUta, ;