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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY I, 1906. SWEET GRASS GROWING Steam Plows Are At Work in Thit Vicinity Breaking Up the Ground Great Falls, April Tri- bune says J3r. L. A. Nutting; fed- eral government veterinarian at Sweet Grass, was in the city yester- day. He stated that at the request of the government, the Great North- ern is making preparations to con- struct a large stable on-d two corrals for housing and handling the horses that are exported and imported across the Canadian line. The plans for the improvements have been ac- cepted by thy supervising architect the railroad company and work will be commenced in the near future. The stable is to be 50 feet wide by 100 feet long and each of the corrals is to be 48 >feet wide by 50 feet long. cost of the stable and corrals will be about Dr. Nutting is very much interest- ed in the growth ojf Sweet Grass, and thinks the town has a good future. A great many improvements are be- ing made this A large dance hall and a new hotel are under construction and the school building which has been erected is modern in every respect. Three steam plows were shipped into the town this spring and are being v used by the farmers in getting the land ready for'crops. !of the i_ If Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas were judged on flavor alone__ TEAVE aside, if you like, all other points of superiority and judge Christie's Sodas on flavor alone. If you have never tasted Christie's you may there never is much flavor to a. soda biscuit. Just you try Christie's and see! The flavor of the pure, wholesome raw materials that go- into Christie's "Zephyr Cream" Sodas is carried through to the finished made scientific methods of mixing, baking and packing. The Christie Flavor is delightful. Test it. Christie, Brown Company Limited From a Western Window Old Man Frost top krsots in imitation of the new Old Man Frost is come attain style sot by their Emperor; that Na- To Heck and peck at the- window polen III. set the style of beard for u pane! j whole French nation; that the Kai- Wlien you hear a sound like, a set's moustaches are famous every- bla.de of wheat (where in Germany; and that here in Snapped on the ground beneath your j Caada we have "the clean-shaven .'golden acre of Laurier." beard of Look up and the hoary 8rass> Last week Toronto ivdcomed a girl That presses close to the wintry glass, j West who has made ftn gn, That is a sign upon the pane j viable name {or hergelf in the worW That Old Man Frost is back again, of music_ Miss ,Edith Mfller ig th With all the fancies you had lost-! younff krtist and f the ]ast few The rose of spring and the summer yearg has been studyin ran> in Hyland. The joy they brought and the pain j success that she they Old Man Frost! singing So srreat has been her a pkce II The i'armers in that section leave boats controlled by the See our Xew White Lawn and Net Blouses Our stock of trimmed Hats is always kept fresh and complete We are showing a very pretty line of Dresser. Scarfs L. J. McLEAY edpatb St. Letirtr country are hopeful of secur- ing a good yield this season. One of the greatest, marine strikes Lake Carriers' Association. Eight Harrisburg, Ont., htodlums were mulcted out of in fines yes- turbances in that village, turbancc-sin chit village. in the history of labor on the chain The senate has given a third read-' of great lakes will begin tomorrow! ing to bills respecting the Battle morning, when over members' River railway and the Kootenay and of the Lake Seamens' Union will Arrowhead railway. jin the very forefront of English sing- ers with such' well known artists as Clara Butt and Ada Crossley. Old Man Frost he hangs a mist f voice is a rich As cold as the gold and j wide ransre> and ghe hag -n addition He hangs the mist of a hope forlorn j great charm of person and mjtnner On the golden moon and the purple j Madame Albani and Madame Don- thorn But I never saw in his frozen mane A picture wrought of terror or Only the stars, and castle towers, And fairy gardens of and flowers: And so your dream of love that is crossed With a dread that it may not bloom again, Is only a fancy, like the frost On the winter window pane! alda come from Quebec and we of the West are glad to know that Miss Miller claims our West Land as her home for she was born in Portage la Prairie. Our go'od wishes for great across the continent. Dad says, you can't get enough of a good thing. My mother says, there's nothing better than Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas Keep your pantry shelves stocked with are always fresh and crisp. THE HOOKEY BISCUIT 4 CAIDT CO, LIMITED. Stratford, Hamilton, Sydney, Winnipeg Vancouver. 113 success in her profession go to her also pink and white. .Miss An- .t the ices, which, and minimum tariff, for the immed- derson and Mrs. Starnes assisted Barnwell The New Town For something good about June 1st Watch This Space JAMES F. JOHNSON BarnwelL Alberta We were all sorry when the. curtain j serving the many good things to the guests, who were very loathe to guests, who were very loathe to leave and remained chatting to the last min uie. Mrs.Limoges returned to High Ri ver on Wednesday and Miss Limoges fell for the last time on the little crowd gathered in the Deanery, in the little farce of "Dandy the -Aloysias Call in Outing, j otber evening. Like "-Oliver Twist" we cried for "move" and hope very Most of us grumbled and grurabl- j-much that the company may go on j is at present paying Mrs. E. U. Ey- ed hard at the wind and dust last the good work they have begun lands a short visit as ihev were Saturday and perhaps continued to grumble on Monday morning as we washed floors and waxed them again, and divested each window ledge of its accumulation of fine dust. We said: in our haste that we would rather live in the rainiest of rainy spots on the coast than in this region of sudden winds and endless house cleaning. Then the sun came ouiragain. erly nook arid corner got a glare of the big warm, generous rays and the and may give us the pleasure of hearing them many times in the fu- ac'ing, as a whole, was friends in Manitoba. Mrs. A. B. Stafford was released from quarantine oci Thursday and is very glad to be' free again after spontaneous, so fresh and natural and i her double experience of the joys of yet not lacking in polish and those j quarantine. little finishing touches which mark Mrs. Wilson gave a most enjoyable artistic work, that it was a pleasure ladies' bridge, of three tables at the from beginning to end. 'One felt sura j Barracks on Tuesday evening, in j of the performers and gave oneself j honor of Miss Weir of Hamilton, who is visiting Miss Wilson. Mrs. Macdonald, of Calgary is a guest of Mrs. Cunningham's who asked some friends in for a cup of tea on Wednesday afternoon but the big snow storm unfortunately inter- iate creation of a tariff board and for the. conclusion of a reciprocal trade agreement with Canada. The- President told his callers that there was some sentiment in Congress for the demand of conference, but re- frained from giving any expression of his own opinion. Are You Ev- i a free mind to the enjoyment of all. "Sweet Lavender" mav be in the prairie lay flooded in a golden bath j opinion of some a sweeter and of the mellow light. The effect was j more 'appealing little play, but this magical. In an instant- ail the un- 1 one ?ave scope in other ..direc- pleasantness of the day before1 was Itions' of which the company were vened and kept the j'isitors at home. forgotten, and one would have slow in taking advantage. The) Mr. and Mrs. are leav- studied. ing in a week or so for an extended trip to England. They expeck, "to be absent till the fall. a boor indeed had he not responded j acting was easier and less to the call of the sunlight. It urged Iand convincing. with an irresistible appeal to '''come forth- into the light of things" and be happy. On such a day looking ability, up at the woman illimitable- stretch of clear sky, which seems bigger and freer'here than in any. other country, picking out the outlines of ,the Big Chief from the zigzag lines across the western sky. which mean for us, the mountains, and taking in .big, deep "breaths of the ozone-filled such a day, it seems good to be on the earth. Though "Old Man Frost" is here again at present, he is not here to stay, and the cold and snow of the j Miss riding costume suited last few days will serve to make us Miss Hitigs was afforded a much better chance to show her histrionic j. and as the dashing horse- a bit mannish on top, but PRESIDENT RECEIVED THEM thoroughly womanly at heart, she charmed everyone. There is no need] to praise the work of Mr. Hincks, for it Is of a very high class and we all recognize that. The support was good with no noticeably weak spots, Mr. Taft presented witth Resolutions About Trade With Canada.. Washington, Apr. commit- tee appointed by conference held in Detroit last week for better trade which made the action move along I relations with Canada called at the happily. The gowns worn came in for some share of attention and were particu- larly becoming. appreciate the glorious weather such as we had- on Monday of which we shall have -plenty in this month of May. The tolerant amused smile with which mere man regards the efforts of the feminine world to keep up with the fashions, is perhaps a little more in evidence than usual this spring, as woman's headgear is con- templated. Even men who are us- ually like the heathen gods that have eyes and-see not, are making remarks some not at all complimentary. One suggested the-other day that we wear inverted waste paper bas- kets' (he had seen one of the new and another recommended one of the large flat baskets in-which the Chinaman carries' vegetables, MS trimming, he proposed a' few sprays of dried wheat such as you see in the office windows of the real estate men.; These observations are not so much at fault either. Which type "of hat are you broad and flat, or the high and narrow? lest man should -think that he is immune from fashion's- caprice, let him remember that in Corea thou- sands of.Corcans are "cutting off their her well. Miss Anderson's soft gowns and especially a pale blue satin in Empire effect, were exceedingly pret- ty, and Miss Audrey whether as a flower girl of an "Age unknown" or as just- herself, with her hair tied back in big bows, was an irresistible picture of girlish grace. Last week in Montreal was the an- nual competition of amateur players for the governor general's trophy. We feel, confident -that among the companies. there assembled there were some who gave less pleasure'to their audiences than .did those of OUT own city, who 'enlisted our sympa- thies for "Dandy Dick." ANNE. White .House today and presented the resolution adopted at that meet- ing to the president. The resolution called for the ad- option of a reciprocal maximum of modern are _ in an increase of nervous dia- ordera. It could not be otherwise with way we eat, drink, loee sleep, and keep up a continual round of excitement. work, the worry, the excitement, all tell upon the nerves till they cry out in rerolt, and will not be placated till a remedy MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS come alonsf with their nerre-strengthening and energizing properties, and reutore to their normal condition. Mrs. Wra. Levi, Martdale, Ont., I hau for several years been troubled with nervousness, and, like many spent loisof money on medicine, that did me no- good. I waa so bad that the least noise- would make me jump and my heart would thump so you coula hear it' plainly and I could hot lie on my left side at night. I saw a few testimomali of others and de- cided to try Milburn's Heart and Pills, and to my great joy and surprise they completely cured the and it only took sat boxes to do it. I have a neighbor, Mrs. Rickett, and I induced her to try them and they effected a cure.- I can endorse their use for anyone afflicted as I was." Price, 50 cents a box, 3 boiet for 11.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburo Co., Loutvd, Toronto. Out. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. R. Anderson was the hostess at a charmingly .arranged tea in honor of her guests Mrs. and Miss Limoges, of High River. The large rooms which never seem crowded' were thronged with at the ie.a hour, in spite of the threatening wind which was beginning to blow a gale. The tea table looked very dain- ty in its pink and white tones, with a great centre of pink roses. Mrs. Champness presided at the tea urn DUFF Addition 4 I I I t 4 f TO THE Citizens of LetKbridge and District Do not- let us lose sight of our motto: "LETHBRIDGE AXD DISTRICT BEAUTIFUL." 1 -ivill'hclp you. I employ five practical landscape gardeners vrhich are at your'service. I can supply you with everything you SEEDS. SHRUBS. TREES, FLOWERING PLANTS OF ALL KINDS Also all kinds of vegetable plants, spades, hoes, rakes, trovreLs, garden lines. Also men who know how to use them. I also employ a Wire Artist who can put up any- tiling in wire. CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 276' r.U.DQX M34 GEORGE TAYLOR l I This is by far the cheapest property in the city considering how closely it: is situated to the centre; We Have Sold between 200 and 300 lots in this di- vision and every day others are being added to this list. The greater num- ber of lots have been secured for building purposes. Arrangements are now under way to supply this part of the city with water at- an early date. We fully believe that these lots will double in value within a year. Price to Each WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Floristlmcl Seedsman Cor. Bartlctt St. London Road Lethbridge. SKEITH AND TILLEY Oddfellows Block Phone 197 Cor, Dufferin and Round Su ;