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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridtfe Daily Tuesday, June Page 5 Pioneer is our name and on it stands our fame For fair trading and prices (please get tlie They say lumber is dear, but you get it clieap nere, So give us a look up at the Old Pioneer. Let em all come. THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Gladys Hinds in the Pioneer. Lumber Ad Competition NOT MERELY A QUESTION OF DOLLARS AND CENTS There is no person will deny thai; it pays, from a Jinancial standpoint, to'.o own home. 'But this havingg a home of yo'.ir own is not alon a question of saving. Aside from the dollars avid cents view, there enters into it the .element of comfort, satisfaction and feeling of independence there is in .'-knowing that the house you live in Is yours; that you are .permanently located; thai whatever improvements you make upon the property will, remain yours and will incease the value of it just that much. .Fairmont offers splendid advantages for the man who wants to own his own home. It is close in, -well situated, the price is lew and the terms are sp lad to take von out and show you' the subdivision. "J Prices range from to per Lot Terms: One Quarter Cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months i mm Real Estate and Financial Brokers J. R. Anderson, Lethbridge Manager Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford Street Offices: Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Vancouver, High River, Nanton or the Best at a price, but positively the best at any price. NON-COMMISSION OFFICERS NAMED Buy a pound packet, and if you don't find it superior to the tea you have been using, you can return it and your grocer will refund purchase price MONTREAL STOCK MARKET Montreal, June S50 head of butchers cattle, 250 calves, 100 sheep and Uimbs and 1050 hogs, were offered at the Montreal stock yards yesterday. Offerings of live stock during the week were 2250 cattle, calves, 225 sheep and Iambs and hogs. Damp muggy weather caused a slow trade, but prime cattle were rather scarce and brought firm rates. But stock and milk men strip- pers were rather numerous and bought lower. Hogs were lower, beeves 3-4 to T 3-4c. per pound pret ty good animals 5 l-lc. to l-2c. per pound. Calves 3 1-2 to (5 3-Jc. per sheep 5 3-1 c. per pound lambs 5-1.50 to each. Good lots hogs 3-1 c. to 10 cents per pound. British Reserves And Home- steaders Can Go Into Corps Major Stevnrfc was pleasod to se- lect, the following men for missioned o'lk'ers of the Battery of Field Artillery as follows: C. Gibson. Segt. Orderly Room Brown. Segt. McDonald. Segt. No. I Baker. Segt. No. 2 Rose. Segt, No. 3 Hall. Segt. No. -1 Jackson. Honorary La'iberte to ic in charge, of battery commanders taft. Corporals A. Hcndry, Scabrook, Rutherford. There are several more vacancies to ae filled and will be given to the men as they show their proficiency. Drills will be held every night at the city market. All intending to join should call around and get par- ticulars. It is requested that the men will parade as strong as possible on Fri- corps and attend camp. This will not interfere with tln-ir reserve pay. Authority for this service has been granted from Ottawa. Homesteaders can attend camp with the battery and the time will be al- lowed on their homestead residence. There was a good turn-out last night and the men are rapidly falling into SIR W1LIAM BUTLER HAS PASSED AWAV London. June Sir Wil- liam'Biitler died tliis afte.noon, a.4 -fi His was a caruei-. a part in th? Icrimpaisn and the Red lU.-jr tion. Lady Biuler is as a of army pictures "Roll JUNE WEBBINGS- We can furnish just what you want in WEDDING FLOWEKS Made up in the latest and most artistic style. Call and get our.prices. The .TciTill Floral Cor. Ashmead Dufferin Sts. Phone 577 Calgary will have its fifteenth bank- when the Quebec Bank opens its doors. -John A. McDougall, M.P.P., Ed- monton, has gone on an extended trip to Europe. day night, os camp equipment will he issued. AH men on the reserve list of the British army arc eligible to join thi.1 THE FOOT TOGGERY FOK 8UMMER SHOES tinic'for tlicso Cool. Comfort- 'tiblo, Easy -Pitting Shoes. have them in all sizes for Ladies. Men and Children. '.For Ladies we have Canvas Shoes in ors. brown, gray, blue, pink and white, and for men; gray and white. The Bare Foot Sandal In Tan Call'is-very popular for clrildrQii (girls or hoys.) We have them in all sizes. Hose in Cashmere. Lisle and Cotton, all sizes and prices. shoe shine-in connection. Scene 'fro :i Ael "SI Klmtr tonhtfil. Majestif WESTERN WINNERS AT MCGILL .Montreal, June the final med- ical nxanilnations for XFcGill, tiie final, prize for highest aggregate in all 4th year subjects was won by H. Mac- Anilan. Victoria. B.C.; the Wood Gold Medal for best examination in all clincial branches was won by Sidney B. Peele. New Westminster, B. C., who also won the Woodruff Gold med- al for special examination in opthapl- mology and otolaryngology. Other western men who took their M. D. were: A. L. Crease, Nelson. B. C.; C. E. Wertr Gretna Man.; H. H. Hep- burn. Edmonton; S McMillan. Van- couver B. C.; W. J. McAllister, Win- nipeg, M. W. McNaughton, Moosemin, Sask; L. Apatten, Arm- strong, B. C.; Sidney B. Peele, New Westminster, B. C.: George T. Wil- son Vancouver. B. C. era Under instructions from the owner, we now offer for sale the other half of the splendid Additon of East Lynne. East Lynne is a few minutes walk south and east of the Victoria Addition, and is well situated, the lots being level, high and dry. Lots are 25x128 feet each, prices from to each, cash, balance per month. Think this over, then come in and see us. A Few More Opportunities One Itt on Argyle Ave., 1-2 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. This lot is level and faces north. 4 lots in the North Ward, each, 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months. 68 1-2 foot corner lots, one block from Victoria Addition 1-4 cash, balance 3, fl and 9 months 7 Roomed House on 11-2 lots, has barn, on Argyle Avenue cash handles. Remember Our Advice Is: BUY EAST LYNNE LOTS ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. Next Balmoral Hotel Rooms 1-4 Johnson Block Phone 455 ;