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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1901. A REMINDER We are increasing our business and enlarging our scope Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price, Quality and Prompt Delivery Corner Westminster and ------Baroness Road------ MAIN OFFICE REDPATH STREET WEST "We have in stock at all times-Lumber of all kinds, Doors and Windows, Lime, Cement, Wall Plaster, Plaster Paris, Pressed Brick, Metallic Siding and Shingles, Corrugated Iron Outside Yards Coleridge, Bow Island, Burdett, Taber, Bountiful, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Cardston WMf mm mm mm Lumber Co. Ltd. GEORGE ROGERS President Phone 23 North Yard Phone 321-Westminster Phone 123 Redpath (Office) P.O. Box 1365 E. A. CUNNINGHAM Managing Director News Of the District COLERIDGE Coleridge, March the be- ginning of the town last fall, build- ing has been active. Besides a num- ber of cottages, the past- five months have witnessed the erection of a but- cher shop, a bakery, a laundry, a barber shop, a store, and a large three storey hotel. And the plans "are al- ready on hand for another hotel to it one better. At the present the store occupied by H. A. Ireland is being enlarged by the addition of fifteen feet to the rear of the building. The Cecil res- taurant also is adding an ell on the an the east side. Mr. Storkey is build ing a wing to the buildincr owned by the Rogers-Cunningham Co., and will occupy it as a dwelling. F. Breeblin has bought the two lots on Second Ave., west of Mrs. Ca_ vin's, and next week will begin exca- vation for a. large store. During the coming summer the C P. R. will spend on new stock yards, the old yards having become inadequate to the needs of the shipp- ers at present. On Friday eveninL' a very enjoyable dance was given in Conlin's Hall. After nipping the light fantastic into the wee sin hours, each fellow round ed up his best girl and proceeded to j Mr. Cavan's and proceeded to do jus-1 t-ice to the inviting banquet which' ha-d meantime been spread. This was the first dance of a series which will be given fortnightly till warm weather We regret, to report the serious ill- ness with pneumonia of Mr. H. N. Cavan aand Mr. Bob Acheson. At last both wen- on the mend! ast evening Mr. George Jenkins wag at home to hi.< numerous bache- lor friends and not a few of :he sen- tier sex. Mr. Hull received with'Mr. Jenkins. The house was decorated in tones of pink, and an orchestra play- ed behind a screen of palms. Light luncheon was served to each guest, the menu being as follows, Japanese t'ggs, lettuce salad, bread and butter, rolls, burnt almond omelet, carmei sauce., tea. The lady friends of the host expressed .surprise that- bach- elors should be such good cooks. Come again, George. RAYMOND. Raymond, March heavy fall of snow fell Tuesday night and it was like winter all day yesterday but; today it is warmer. j Mrs. Kay Knight and Miss Uran- j T. E. PATTERSON, Office. Oliver Block. Phone 287. market.. Prompt isonie, and weight anaranteed. Coal from Phone 287. Best and cleanest on the i Jelivery at your! DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO-1 higher prices tomorrow, i Buy today. Any locality on easy j terms. FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON t crop payment, plan or spread over a term of years at 6 per cent. Dp NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF i beng burned out. Now is the time to j insure yaiir house and furniture, t Lowest board rates. i YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO, j The best is none too good for you. j Buy a Heintzman and you will be i satisfied. Easy terms or discount for j cash. Orders and correspondence so- i licited. Phone No; 287. ada Knight returned yesterday from Salt Lake City, Utah." .-Kev.'. Archibald will speak .in the i.Presbyterian church next Wednesday, 'March 17. "The Rag Picker's Child" was play- ed in the Raymond Assembly hall last evening. The play was put by Mr. Craven and company. All of whom wen- Raymond people. Miss i Elsie Craven, aged 5, who" took the i part of Jo. was the star. The Raymond Young People's So- ciety held their weekly meeting last evening. Owing to .the storm Tues- day evening, it was not. held, as announced. Messrs. Bun Grand and Burchart i attended an Oddfellow's meeting in Magrath Tuesday evening. Mr. George Matson. of Spring Cou- lee went ilirough Raymond today on i his way to Taber., Mr. C. -D. Cox is remodelling the house, which he recently bought of H. E. Kelly, of Spring Coulee: Mr. Fox will soon move into his new res- idence. Miss Mary Boyson at j a party Driven in honor of Mis Izy and Miss Marguerite Gordon last week. Forty-five little children were pres- ent. Mr. a nd Mrs. Gordon are making arrangements to leave Monday for Lethbridge where they will make their future home. CLARESHOLM NEWS Clareshulm, March old burving ground north of the town has been claimed by. the owner and par- ties having friends interred there have to them to the new cemetery. Little groups can be seen engaged in this sad task. A meeting of fanners has been call- ed by the Conservative party for Sat- urday to meet Fred Garrow, the servative candidate. It will be in_ teresting to the success of this move. The football club has been re-organ- ized and will-probably enter the High River league." J. H. MeLaughlin, of .High River, is here buying hogs. Mr. Nash and other cattlemen are in from the Little Bow. day the stork left a new baby girl pany and will carry a large line of at "the home of Dan Sinclair. j implements and wagons ;Hilda Bansinere is town. visiting in Wm. Emde is enlarging his black- smith shop, and will have a fully 14Honesty is the Best Policy" I am hi the Real Estate Business To Stay The man who finds me dishonest and does not report me is not true to himself, and is a traitor to the community in general. My temporary quarters are at MASON LAND CO. B. A. R MILLER Rml Estate Phone IS FDR SALE EIGHT-DOOMED ROUSE, With Two Lots on Courts Street, South of the New School about one block. This is a splendid piece of property, and can be purchased on easy terms. Apply to Tie CaiUiu leil Estate ill UintMt Co. OFFICE-BRYAN HOCI Above F.nrftka Theatre, or P.O. BOX 387 BLAIRMORE NOTES Blainnore, March Sun- strum has returned from her visit to her home in Ottawa. Miss Sunstrum has charge of the telephone central here and so is well known throughout town. We are pleased to .see that we are not to lose .her for good. Captain Beebe is building a new cottage. It is to be 24x30. with a kitchen. Contractors Frayer and Sin- clair are ..doing the work. .The build- ing is situated on the Captains' pro- perty just opposite the school. Miss Dickson has been relieving Miss 'Sun-strum at the telephone office during the latter's holiday. George Pelletier. formerly of here is suffering from a broken wrist. Mar Sing the gardener., had an ex- citing runaway on Sunday. Mr. Christie who has. been confined to his home with rheumatism for the last two months is reported much worse. Some of the members of Mr. Robin- son's family are suffering with la grip- Pf. Mr. Hamar is down with a very bad cold. Mr, and Mrs. Dunlop. of Coleman, have been visiting Mrs. McNeil. Orr is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Deeriujc and her .daughter. Ennet Miller have removed to Belle- vue. We are sorry to lose them. Miss Clara Pearson spent Sunday in Frank visiting friends. t We are in receipt of a nasty snow- storm. It has put a stop to the out- door skating. Mrs. Goddard, of town, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Vines, of Fernie. j Blainnore is still growing. Tester-1 Our teacher Miss Boss is suffering from u .severe cold. She was unable 10 teach today. The Licensed Victuallers' Associa- tion held a meeting in. Coleman yes- terday. Much was accomplished that will be beneficial to the hotels of the The voters .list will be .posted to_ Archie McLeod is enumera- tor. Holly Bruneau bought a new driv- ine team this week. They are the North Fork's best. Business must be good. At the Socialist convention held here on Saturday, C. M. O'Brien of Calcary, was unanimously chosen as candidate for this constituency. The delggates attended both an afternoon and evening session and much import- ant business was transacted. It was expected that there would be con- siderable difficulty iu-settling on a stancrard-bearer but such, was not_th? case. Each arid all said O'Brien. MILK R5VER Milk River, March three inches of snow fell yesterday morn- ing and the weather is somewhat colder. Mr. Tos. Oborn.is having a house built for his pre-emption. Wm. Harvey, Art. Bauleke, Geo. Roller and B. and C. H. Bishop, all of 'Warner, were seen in our neighborhood Tuesday and Wednes- day. Evidently the party was look- ing up .the possibilities and prospects in" onr locality. Oscar Fitzmaurice took a business trip to Lethbridge Tuesday. F. Logan, arrived Monday on the evening train. And we noticed the" smile Mr. Logan's face the next morning, as he was busily len- arid furniture .in shape. and ready for immediate, housekeeping in his newly built house- Mr. Merreiam and sons had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse last week. equipped shop with the latest im. proved machinery. He is receiving .daily, large shipments of machinery from the Massey-Harris Co., for which he is agent. Turner Bros, are building a large feed and livery stable, which will be completed within a few days. Mrs, Cokely is building a house on her farm three miles east of Coal- dale. Five cars of settlers effects have arrived within the last few days. Tfcpee steam plawir.g outfits :are enroute to Coaldale. Thefse together with those already on the ground will break up several thousand acres this spring and summer. Wm. Muir has just complete_d building of a barn, and granaries on his farm here. LOTS OF LAND Hundreds of Millions of Acres Yet Unsold Ottawa, Ont., March F. Oliver informed Mr. Chisholm in 'the House today there were acres of land still unsold in Manitoba, in Saskatchewan and in Alberta. -Teaming j; LOSS EXCEEDS MILLION Brinklcy Is Appealing for Relief-for Sufferers Little Rock, March Financial Committee of the Brul'kley Ark. Relief Association, headed by Congressman Joseph has issued an the entire cp'untry to aid the: sufferers at The appeal says that since. BrinkleV -was destroyed thirty-two bodies have been recovered, and more may be found that 200 injured have been treated in the emergency hospitals and scores and that the property loss exceeds BUILDING OPERATIONS AT COALDALE Coaldnle. March Seit- ters is building an Implement ware- house. He has secured the agency for the International Harvester Com- Phone 266 Box 417 Western lighting Company NEXT TO HERALD OFFICE Estimates Relating to Electric Wiring of every Description wiTl be gladly Furnished on Application Our prices will interest you Our work will please you Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me up, PHONE 2pl. Your wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock mn mmrnm mm Office and Factory dr. Mill NNfM ITttETI Telephone 153 PW195 tetioul M anufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- djied Lumber, in latest de- s'gnt. Prospective builders would do well to me before deciding on a house S. A, Spencer Wmwt WMfVwMp ;