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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQC, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1809. Has Proved Its Wear For 16- years, RUSEROID 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, Claresholm, Nanton, High River, Carmangay Kootenay ash- pan is exception- afly large. Holds a two-days' ac- cumulation. Re: moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to fire-pot guidei-all ashes into District News i may be assured that they will nut ness. lot Cardstori be beaten. i Kil Kil) IRON SPRINGS Iron June darid-s were held last week in Mr. Lungley's. new hou.se on his Messrs. W. 0. Lee Sons will on business. 'commence to take excursions to the was in hig lakes next week. Mr. Lee has late- j ly gotten up a postcard showing the i large fish that are caught ;it the lakes! claim. Uoth were well attended and I The picture is reproduced from one the mifsic was excellent. taken by 0. Bates last summer. Mr. M. Fraser's little child who with convulsions It appeared in the special edition of the Herald some months ny ones art bwork. Mr. Thomas H. Woolford returned i The Presbyterian Church commit- tee are planning to build a new teni porary hall for services on a. larger scale than the old one. A lai'ge number of prominent cit- izens have subscribed and the braw- helping out in manual numorous of tlie Grassy lias been very i is I he cattle dip is prepared and will soon be! absent he called at the Experimen- still range on the 'vady for use. j tal farm at Lethbridge. He was sidewalks and are thriving wonder- Chas. the homestead in pleased to see the alfalfa and spring fujlv> ronllv a cmJH lhe on the Lfttle Bow i from a trip- to today. While Pork in spito of in'_ spector Isas been her who have claims here. visiting all wheat looking so well but said the, various citizens whose winter wheat is equally as good brouse upon. Geo. Williams, has cerium-need to' not better in the vicinity of Card-1 ll bf-ef this week and expect- loljton. Mr. Woolford spoke very highj ,.rv i ly of the labors of Mr. Fairfield, the continue doing so. Geo. Fisher is buildin to his house. vegetable? "-Mayor" Salvage smiles a lot ex-- He sells a. "lot" often- most vivid colors. It is whispered that on completion a "hoboe's social gathering" will be held there. All are cordially invited. Speaking of hoboes, The baseball team walloped Burdett to the tune of 35 to 6 the other day. A new pool hall will shortly be tuvcted1 -on a site near the hotel. Three or four tables at least will be put in. The new "daylight" train service will coirie into on June 6th. Thank goodness. g an addir i j superintendent of the Farm. still. Pete Trearney has quit water-hunt- Mr. A. B. Cure is leaving Cardston; ing and now slings hash. for the present, to take up his abode j A bull round-up took place recem- in Calgary. 'Mr. made rnanyjly. A tremendous roar was raised Raymond. June Al- friends while employed' with Mr.; (and the animals weren't responsible len, who has been attending sch ol M. A. Co-ombs. RAYMOND MCCLARYS LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WIN MPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE AGENTS gnew Co. If you live out of town write us." COAL CITY Coal City, Juno Rock Springs Bootless Coal Mining Co. are busy extending their mines ami pushing on extensive developments for a large output in the. fall. An eight foot entry is now being driven north thereby lapping a large piece of coal untouched tip to now. The Alberta Consolidated Co are about-to commence operations for building their immense tipples and are now surveying 'for the railroad and other on.side' work. This firm have token over trie Central Coal Co.'s lands and were formerly the Scranton Company's. It is their in- tention with co-operation of Bullock Bros, to put in waterworks system to feed their engines and supply the village with water. The fine well of water is a great boon these hot cr, he has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Buchart in Loth bridge, on business the tivs: th..- week. Mr. Gillies was in Magrath on bus- iness yesterday. Mesrds. Crawlord and ar- rived a few day? ago from Knj ;Mr. and Mrs. Faucet from near Ot- tawa, Out., will arrive in They will reside here. The topic for Sunday evening in the Presbyterian Church will he. "Spring Thoughts." Raymond, June Lawn So- cial given by the Young Pi-iplj's Society uf the Presbyterian Ci'iuich last- evening was a great V large number from Magryth were over. Mrs. (Dr.) Sanders chaperon- ed. Among others were Misses Mc- Raer Deglon Hill, Witte, Coutts, Haig, and Messrs. Wilson, Roberts, Eaton, Sweet and Green. Mrs' J. W. Allred, delegate to the M. I. A. has left for Salt Lake City where she will attend c'.mference._ Mrs. Otis Terry left this week for Salt Lake City where she will visit her husband who is in the L. D. B. Hospital. The spring commence here for all of it We understand there is no truth next Saturdav. Some good features I'hat a through train is tio be run are looked for .as we have some good racing stock in this part. Earl Carlson, son of Mr. Isaac S. Carlson, returned from college today. He has been attending the B. Y. lotre at Logan, Utah, -during the past W. R. Dobbin, the Lethbridge real estate man, was in Cardston f T a sjilorti tdmje yesterday. He wanted 800 acres of land broken near Raley. Some Cardston parties are-going to break the land. Mrs. Anderson, the mother of the young ladies who wfcre at Mr. Phipps arrived from the Old Country last week. She is at present at the Co- chraiie ranch at the home of Mr. Ben- Wood. Mrs. Zina Y. Card will be here ab- out the middle of the present month She will remain in Cardston until the 1st of September. Mr. Samuel Newton is smiling over the arrival of a fine baby girl at his 'home yesterday morning. Mother arid child ''doing nicely. between Grassy Lake and the post office. There will ..be at least one stop for water. The hotel is still going ahead. Af- ter visiting Uncle Tom at the bar and successfully dodging the vigi- lant-- eye of Scottie in the office, you should go and hwir "Chappie" re- cite the bill of fare with variations. It's worth the price of the dinner even if you can't eat for weeping. Mr, Perry Sr., is erecting a new block west of the hotel with a large basement, consisting of stores on the ground floor an-d offices over. TP. M, R. 21 In township 11, Range 2L which has been recently retained by the O. W. Kerr Co. there are now two steam plows at work. Al Hagan, from South Dakota, has moved onto Sec. 22 and is now at work with his steam plow b.eaking for Mr. Snare on Sec. 30. He has also much other work ahead for this season. The other outfit is owned by Mr. Gloer who lives in the township east but is working on a block of 400 acres to be broken for H. M. Barrett on Sees. 31 and 32. D. D. Orcut who has recently pur- chased the west half of sec. 27 in this township has started to work breaking with two outfits. He is using teams. This township has always been a favorite grazing place for range stock on account of the water from the spring on Mr. Boomer's place on. sec. 23 and it is no doubt a source of considerable regret to the ranch- ers to see it being settled and fenc- Eczema, Salt Rheum. or Salt Rheum, M it ia often called, is one of most agonizing of skitt dinoaoci It itoelf in little round which contain aa extremely irri- tating fluid These break and snbieqMoUy a crust or scale is formed. The intense burning, itching and smart- ing, especially at night or when the part is exposed to any strong heat, an unbearable. The pre-eminent which Bnrdmk Blood Bitters lias met with in pemuumitly curing a disease of such Mrerity is to its wonderful blood cleansing and purify- ing properties.. No other remedy has dene, or oan do, much for those who almost driven to distraction with the terrible torture, our thousands of signed testimonials oaa testify to. Mrs. John O'Connor, Burlington, N.8., writes For years I suffered with Salt Rheum. I tried a dozen different medi cinea, but most of them only made it worse. I was advised to try Burdock Blood Bit- ters. I got a bottle and before I had taken half a dozen doses I could see a change I continued its use and now 1 am completely cured. I cannot say too much for you wonderful medicine. For sale by all and The Barracks are being painted imed up by the "sod busters" as the cowboys nickname the farmers. This land has always raised good grass so no doubt it will raise bumper of grain. Another steam outfit is working on the, east side -of Tp. 10, R. 22, and a number of gasoline- ploughing outfits are busy in that vicinity. The Alberta Pacific Elevator Com- pany are making arrangements to build a new elevator in Raymond. The machinery has arrived and work will be .commenced at once. Raymond baseball team will play Cardston at Victoria Park Tuesday evening. There will be a dance .at the Opera House in the evening. Tlie ierta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE' MARKET lots North of tiie Railroad anil West of Westminster Rd, FROM H If EACH One-third cash, one-third months, balance ]2 months. Interest. 6 per cent, per annum Apply filberts Railway and Irrigstion Co, (land LetibrMge, llti. GRANUM. Graninn, June locals the big town "f the fuutli branch. The council is not over-doing the speed limit in the way of local im- notwithstanding the fact that they are protected hy a good fat tax o.lli.'ct.'d this year. CARDSTON NOTES Messrs Spenc- er Rtoddard have purchased tin1 building on lot adjnining their Daincs Street. This, was the property of Rhoda Hinuuui and i.--. of the best locations on this street. GRASSY LAKE NEWS i Grassy Lake, June Burk, our new C. P. K. agent, has his j hands full these days handling the large consignments of freight which are daily arriving at the new depot to say nothing of the ever-increasing line of cars- containing settlers ef- ft'CtS. j iRigs full of what the vulgar calls "Land to be seen at j almost any time of the day coming j and going from the south country j hereabouts. Altogether it would! seem that it, is none too soon that the Medicine Hat Milling Company have decided to put up an elevator year. Their representatives who were here last week agaifl seem to think that building will commence very shortly. No one denies that R. W. Baillie, j manager of the Union Bank in Gras-: sy is likely to prove an acqui- sition to the social life here. He was observed at a dance in the Perry Hall recently and subsequently ma-i ny fair dames were heard to remark j that his waltzing is "divine." I The versatile Mr. "Jimmy" Perry had a treat in store for us "when he arranged with Mr. Chas. Newell of I the Canadian Amusement Co. to j give their celebrated show at "the j Lake" on the 27th, 23th and 29th j ult. of amusement .seekers i thronged the entrance hall of the j Perry Assembly Rooms to see the; pictures and hear Mrs. Newell j and the crowd was certainly delight-: The nuking pictures were os- j cellent .-irxl the illustrated went down splendidly. A dance was j held directly after each perfonnaiu and everylwdy stayed to have a good time, and got it. Let. the football team not forget that in spite all the nice things The Spencer ami Sioddard people: thfm-prncticc makes will erect some office buildings on! the pr-p-ny this summer. The con-1 Mr j Perry hnfj ,ft grflat mfl. tract is let to Mr. H. D. Folsom. ny town most o{ The 0. G. C. Girls have organized nprpomonts to build within a Basketball Club They are prac-19Jxty days ticing for the games on the and i' T A.' Underwood of tho Grassy 2nd of next month. In the pnst hoM wap in nnd girls have played very well nnd wc.CnljjaTy, rcccnlly on impv.rtant bnsi- A Boon to Every Home WE ARE NOW DEMONSTRATING THE STANDARD CHARCOAL STOVE It takes up no extra space, a? it sits on your ordinary stove. 2 cents worth of charcoal will retain heat enough for ironing for one hour. It will boil, broil roast or bake. Call and let us show it you, or phone us and we will demonstrate it to you at home Price HR Y R BROS. PHONE 75 P. O. BOX 27 i ;