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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1509. PAGE THREE AN INTELLIGENT APE Steel Range Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of the oven door, and the cooking- fumes carried out through another series of vents at the back of the oven. (Arrows in illustration show of ventilation.) air in the oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor of every artiole i s completely retained Everything tastes most delicious. FREE Booklet on request. _ A RAILKGAu CilAR Interesting Stories Told About James J. Hill's Cyclonic Vigor Consul, an intelligent a-pe direct iron; tho jungle, is now in New York, where, his manager has jusi [settled a contract to have him i in vaudeville at a week. Con- sul is a valuable ape. being insured i by Lloyd's for He eats with i a knife and fork, smokes cigarettes, i and is capable of using a pen and siimihs his name. MCCLARYS LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON LETHBRIDGE AGENTS WHOSE ACTS ARE BEAUTIFUL According to the bystander, the i Princess Alexander of Teck is one of prettiest princesses of the day i and quite the busiest. Her social ami (philanthropic in C'-mui'c- i tion with her husband, bave recently been remarkable for their nurniu.r. If you live out of write xis." BOWVILLE ITMES Bowville. June L. Wright departed for Claresholm ]ast Satur- day, where he expects to visit lor a Bowville. A large crowd was pres- ent and a dance followed in the even j ing which, in spite of the rain, -was! well attended. Ben White was onj i the ground with refreshments. The or two, ho is going to lasted till dawn and everybody Prince Edward Island on a visit to j enjOyed themselves very much, his parents for a couple of months. I Jess Stephens, who has been over There was a baseball last; to Elinor backsetting for the last Tuesday between Cleverville and Bow j three weeks, was in Bowville on Sun ville, the score-being in favor of j day. PK1NCESS ALEXANDER. OF 4 4 4 4 4 4 LUMBER Before buying elsewhere you should see our Lumber and get our prices 4- 4 4 4- 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 take pleasure in showing you our high grades, which we sell at the very lowest margin of profit. CALL AND BE CONVINCED 4 4- 4 4 I South Alberta Lumber Co. LI MIT tD 4 4 4 4 T 4 1 t 4 4 4 4 ;4 Many remarkable stfries U-t-n toid of James J. Hill ri tm> fire." In the mid-t agent. Presently, the fire roaring, the agent picked up the coal-scuttle and went out, leaving the -door open behind him. The man in the fur coat promptly rose and closed it. In- stantly it was thrown open by the agent. "Let it he said, with a suspicious glance: "can't hear the call if its shut." Once more inside his little coop, the agent looked up as the old man asked: ''How's "Rotten. Mostly, eastbound ties through here." "Whats the emp- As have disposed of our business and are winding up the same, it is important that all outstanding accounts should be paid within the next thirty days. Mr. Blen'ner-Hassett has his office in the rear of the Dry Goods De- partment and is on hand at any hour. being pokl :'.way to clear out the The balance of our Stock i down, as we are anxious whole stock. We are prepared t.o give big values to any desiring to buy in "lots. THE J. BROWN.CO. lar raise. With, it came a notice from the general freight department that a forty-cent rate on beef cattle, effective around here can get a j April 1, was established. Then some better rate by driving thirty miles j one told him that his unidentified across country." visitor had been "Yim the "The men who run this road must Norwegian settlers call be a set of j Of the Great Northern Railroad sys- "They are. If we had a forty-cent tern, and uncrowned emperor of the rate we could get carloads a week j Northwest. And within two years the out of this station in tho season." agent was called to the general "Must be lonesome for a young fellow. "Any pretty girls close "Excuse said the agent, sit- ting down: "I've got to make out my report." The eastbound passenger came along shortly and the -man in the fur coat boarded it. When the next pay day came around the young agent got an entirely unexpected ten dol- 4 4 4 4 Place Your Orders for .WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 office at St. Paul and became one of the officials of the general freight department. The second picture is not as in- spiring. To quote: Another man, now serving as an executive officer in a large Chicago corporation, went to St. Paul to fill a place very close to the supreme head of the Great Northern system. As a protection against the sudden changes of climate common in that region, he insisted on a contract for one year at a fixed and very handsome The new man was shone brightly. doing a lot of interesting and import- ant work, and Mr. iHll had had no visible or audible fault to find with, him. Then, one morning, .no unfin- ished business was put on his desk for handling; the other officials with whom he was accustomed to work shook their heads when he asked for an explanation. He put himself in the way of his chief, -but apparently had become invisible. Theroart-.-r until YOUR MONEY BACK If you are not satisfied after you .have used a box of rig ?ry HinT M MUI For the relief of Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweat- ing. Tender, Burning FEET Eas 'em preserves the leather, and.-keeps tshe shoes sweet and wholesome PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SOLD AT The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist DOCTORING A SICK LION An Experience .at Campbell Winter Quarters Bros. t-ne 'os-st- two-year-old lions with Campbell Brothers consolidated shows became very sick, at first it was thought that a bone had been lodged in the ani- mal's throat. To enable them to find this out the lion was forced into a small animal crate and a board placed jbovc and below his neck, making it impossible for him to move. The crate was then turned bottom up, the door opened, and the lion's jaws forced open; ,then a large wooden alock was placed between the ani- teeth so he could not bite; a his contract expired, he sat ea during business hours -jt ni- drawing his salary, regularly but of copper wire as a swab, was off entirely, from any participation in then run down his throat, but no off entirely from any participation in i the business. Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'d goodg in stock OlIKER'S MMUFUCTURING connxr Office and Factory Cor. IflUNI IOMPU STREET) Telephone 153 Yard, Svitli St Phone 195 bone was found. The lion was releas- i ed, but next day he was found to be ________________ j worse, so a consultation of veterinary ENGLISH PAPER AND WaJ. CaMf'. fPf an animation thev decided he had diph- THE NEW BRIDGE jtheda He was then taken to a steamrheat- The Manchester Guardian of May 7 cd room ..where an attendant kept gives three cuts of the C. P. R. via- him wrapped in hot blankets, which duct, at Lethbridge with a good j were changed every half hour. His j write-up, comparing the viaduct with I other great bridges of the world. One j cut shows the height of the bridge as compared with the Manchester town I hall, showing the bridge to bo about forty feet the higher. An upholder of j the honor of (he Forth bridge in Scotland submits some interesting J figures concerning that great bridge. In it were used tons of steel while in the T.ethbridge bridge there are tons. In tho construction of the latter were used also cubic yards of concrete, bar- rels of cement and piles. were used in making found? for the piers. throat and tongue were-'so swollen that he could neither eat nor drink; His medicine., as well as his nourish- ment, was given by aid of a syringe. For over a week he was watched fully by his keepers, night and and during all bis severe was as docile as a kitten, seeming realize that those around him trying to relieve his .sufferings. After- much care and worry on the part oft his owners he soon began and today is one -of the big .features.-1 in the menagerie of Campbell Bro- thers Consolidated Shows. Don't "fail to ask the keeper to show you the lion a that .had diphtheria. Watch for the. big street parade at 10 p. m. at LethV bridge on July 7. The Menu at 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 14 The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. 4; 4444444444444444444444 At yesterday's session of the con- gress of women at Toronto, Mrs. Ro- srnbenr, President of the National j Jewish Women's Society of United j States advocated the limitation "I private fortunes in order to provide1 I funds against unemployment, estab- i lishmont of municipal funds for p.iy- I inc of rent for genuine unemployed I and aid for women, who have to work DROP INTO The Fa j hi on Cafe Some time if you are not in the habit of doing so. They put up a great menu there Try it! We get Hazelwood's Ice Cream from Spokane daily. All flavors Restaurant open for short orders at all hours Chow Sam Co. i 44< ;