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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, Here's a peace-maker 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, Lemon, Van- illa. Dainty parlors. Orders quickly filled. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Tee Cream Specialists A delicicusly dainty chocolate confection indescribably inviting and toothsome. Like all of Cowan's specialties, of superlative excellence. The name "Cowan" stamped on every bud. ABOUT DAD'S tb Lord Mayors Son i day as I was sauntering through a Montreal newspaper, -1 cvi-J across the evidence being pull- ed out of the witnesses in the civic into the misdeeds of A NOVEL IMPROVEMENT Coal to Be Delivered from Shaft Di- rect to C- P. R. Bunkers Frank. June novel improve- ment and one which, will not only be an important one for the company but a vast CHiveim-aw and considerable of an economy .for the. C. P. R. ;s planned by General Manager Mulk'r of the Canadian American company. By means of it the use of locomotives in .supplying coal for the C. P. U. coal chutes here will be discontinue.! and the coal supplied locomotives citv fathers of the city of iiont- win go direct- imm I The Model I Restaurant I 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 John Cantin PROPRIETOE The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for iis many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed, this month, and [the best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. disclost-d the skeletons of men k {during the winter. None of t things deterred him, continued' to fight the liquor elemei'.. a11 land urge the strict enforcement of real. The fellow who made the char- [ter of Montreal evidently a mice that some of the aldermen some day might be a little oft the square, [so he put in a clkuse providing that worth over should be let by tender. This was a gather about the cart as a pulpit and more snair 01 company to me the Did you ever see what tie Menu Card at says r Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card? Tryitl :.v> TAFT the laws. With the aid of the sheriff xvho st'jod at his side with drawn re-" voh-.-r, he gathered a company, and I held meetings before the most noior ioup resorts. In" spite of the pr-jic insidn and the jeering crowds in the .windows the Gospel finally conq-ier- ed; men and women were drawn cut the house? to i which served j than one found eternal life. j "The great test came on Ghristoi-as of last year, when the camp was en its first birthday. So certain j the foreman, that the majority of his incapacitated frc-m labor through drink, that he t'.-ok the precaution of ordering 200 ex- tra men to start on the twenty-si tth. j Gamblers and boot-leggers flocked jto town in anticipation of the day. j But Mr. Morrison was ready for them j On trie, night before Christmas j held a fueetin? in. the camp, and i talked the matter over with the boys. There, after prayer and a br. ed. to grow, for they, mi-git not be cut-off and the line is thrown open Kip will- be. .locatr-d as a divisional point on one of the main lines -of thiv C. P. R. in the west." from Kip '.skied specimens of humanity give 'splendid .exhibitions of their chump- :ness in the way in which they treat the-boulevards. There was-some ex- wise enough to know from the look of the n'bulevard whether itc was seed- ed down or not, but any darn fool.; ought to know grass when" he sees j will. be. located, "Isoble." in Sec. it. :Vet. there are a lot of people OTTAWA jWI-LL. j; hi the bank. The result" was that ever; Tp. 11. Barrens in Sfee. 16, Tp-.jW.ho. will walk out on the boulevard Ottawa. Herman' "was left- witbhim, all.of.whir'h.- 12, R. 23: and Carmangay in a fine i to Oann left Ottawa yesterday for Stir-: in the regular.'course of location at the junction with tin- Lit-jriody on the si-dewolk, thereby doing tin" Midi.; to: visit her ftave gone over the-bars.. t-le Bow in Sec. 31. Tp. 13. R. [their levelest to put the grass out of resides there. At the American grew hot ocoinst -liirii. of and''23. The latter two points will be of j .Dad ami, darj' she se-. on two occasions the -saloonkeepers; at auction in July. Carmangay am't -get Hheii- by-huv' thrpugt. .too yerely, discourteously treated and caused his' arrest on the charge of jis situated in the centre of the i quick to provide for a good stout detained for- some hours :in an immi-: carrying concealed weapons.' At wheat district, and is predicted to which sjie times they threatened his life, ano become an important point. It will jd. There will be an'official en-j threat-is noddle thing in Tait. "Traue-ffom a wido 'area. the melting'of the-snow each sp'ir line taTcen ov.t have such littlo sense. who ported quiry into this. Where Shall! Boy Jy lumber? Is the most important consideration when estimating the cost and durabil- ity of a building. The New mm (mm Is determined to establish a reputation for best grades and they guarantee all materials leaving their yards. Stacey Lumber Co, Jutt across the track on Westminster Road the North Ward It-is a .pleasure to notice the growth j AS SLAVE HE MARIED along all good and we welcome j HIS MASTER'S WIDOW all. advance. Evidently tho. local Sal- j Essex. Ont., May death f vation Army-are aspirants. Their; John Walls, aged of. Maidstonc, comrades in Winnipeg, Calgary and the richest colored man in {lie country Vancouver, possess splendid Army reveals a romance in his life, bands and our local people rightly j Born in slavery in North .Carolina, think we should not be behind. They j he, as a man, worshipped his masters havf just received an addition of in-j wife, a whitr woman, and in .1854, struments to the value of and j when his master died, she recipro- W. P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Phone 180' Ott Block CANADA Head Office, Capital May 31st 1895, 41 1900, 1905. Feb. 27th May 31st 1909, Deposits 1895, ionn a aw? Comparative Figures For Filteen Years VutoMtt rnfltf May 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb, 27th 1909, Tvtsl Audi May 31st 1895, 1OAA TI 1905, 27th 1909, 30th 1908, 3rd 1909, 31st '1909, R. Anderson, Mtntjtr. Patented Sectional ioma Manufactured in B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do well, to me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGEKT BU1LDEI, MACLEOD PLUMBING Let us estimate on the Plumbing for your new house. We have the facilities and workmen to attend to all orders promptly We keep everything in plumbers supplies Head Co, Ltd. Calgary and Lethbndge Dufferin Street Phone 299 PRICES-! "'on' Corrugated Iron Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere -We: have just placed a carload of the .well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goodsin stock Otp'S MXNUFiCTORIflG CDNPIIiy Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and B0MPA5 Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 Place Your Orders for JUS. FRAME i Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 t General J rcoiTinig" r When you want your yard I up, want garden plowed, if you some first-class manure A.. ,4 "'for, purposes, better, see i or ph'one 201. I can J f plv your wants. OBT'i they can window. be sen in Hatch Coons cated his affections and they married and came to Canada. Henry Bros. Dye House Winnipeg, Man. SPECIALISTS IN CHEMICAL DRY CLEANING 177-9 Smith Street. Phones 1980 1931 569, Ellice Ave. Provencher Ave. Phone 7372 Strictly high-class work at Winnipeg prices SPECIAL LOW EXPRESS Allowed by Dominion and Canadian Express Companies Address packages-- HENRY BROS. DYE HOUSE Dept, C. 3, Winnipeg Do you bii3r your Lumber here? Your neighbour does, and is perfect- ly -satisfied Everything in Building Material can be bought here at low- est prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. NEW DAYTON AND MAQRATH Have the largest and best stock of Lumber and Building Supplies hi Alberta Phone 225 City Yard, South of Ellison Mill ;