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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta The Social KDalyHe Mrs- Mewbuni quite a large Dailr Herald Printing lawful evaiiaf; Duly ooe mootb, delivered ooe jretr; bf mil? six uHwthur by Daily, thretrmobUw, ty-aiail Montreal, April carter j salue city, once receiveil as high Joseph Beaupere met with a i from peculiar accident on Saturday. lie few visits. was driving past the street corner A bill of was'scut by Dr. when a sudden gust of wind blew j Walter C. Browning, of Philadelphia, him off his high'seat, lie was re- f lo the estate of Senator C.-L. Magee moved to the general hospital, i at pjusburg, :md in the settling1 up where medical examination disclos- of this it was brought out in ed a fracture of the1 skull.. The evid-onco that St-nator once man is in a serious condition. j had ricclazvd his intention of The winds of Southern Alberta, hard Dr. llrowning a fee oi ly ever do any damage but it fre- For i00 days. upon thi. quently happens that wind storms in i Elastern Canada blow down trees, poles and wires, and remove the' roofs from barns and" houses. Copenhagen bir.o gown with hat to match. The guests were: burn; Miss Menzies, Miss Nicoll, Miss Vrooman, Miss Hardie, Miss Agnes Hardie, Miss and Jtessrs. Dennett, FArren, and Mewbum. ons will Wea( on Mth. the iiandled Iroa) 1 eourer to'Wiifeipet ou'tterab Mr.' Hjrslop will bj 'rliioo will ;haVe Atimria With these it is hoped that the mail I vice will more efficiently handled jjn the rapidly where found very hard to cope, by the lOOttfu ttttofttfclL _ 74 i AT I CULM AN'S APPLE TftCfT: BLOOMIMG A Number ftUdioiM Hit Havi' TrUH' In' Pull Medicine Hat, May There is eatif 'of a nice crop of applee in thp Medicine Hat district. Several places in city there are apple trees' in bloom. McKay and Borrow 'were discus- sing tho education 'of "suitable' varie- ties of aplea for here on'Taesi y night. Both have'" Etochose ol 'apple trees in Woom. Mr McKay" hat had crops -'for several fears tjioofht' the Duchewi matured too quickly here, and recom- mondtd the King 'and Me- Won. William L. a millionaire k manufacturer in Philadelphia, Dr. T. Rarncs rendered a bill [of Mrs. Xoursc entertained at 1 i "bridge" "on SatuVday 'evening of white trtaavW with Mrs. A BEAUTIFUL CITY f It is cheering to observe efforts citizens of all classes are putting forth to improve their properties this last week for Sirs. Mewbiim of CaJ- gary. Two tables were arranged The players were: Mrs. Mewburn and _____ 1 Miss Mewburh'of Mrs." Reeve I Mrs. Mewburn, Mrsl Kigby, "Mrs." An- A UUSIXESSLIKE CllAIllMAX Robb'. Miss Anderson, t The-'new chairuion of the Dominion prre- R'Shv winning'the prize. Railway Coniihisston is "making 'FOUND Montreal, April -Maid-! ien, a C. P. R. baggage porter at the Windsor loday "found "an old traTel- ling hag which on being opened Arnold, ptfk-act white silk, Mis Neale, white-silk gown trimmed (found to contain worth of jew- lace, MUM Holland, pale and white, MlwTHaichc, blue pink, blue j'elry. ,The property turned oot to be- over, long to Bin. Borroaghg' of London, AgneiT Bardie, Alice blue. En., who with her Husband, good." He'has won the- esteem .of Mrs Dora rRogers, blue and white; j through for Vancouver Miss Cotter, pale'jellou with touch- to St. John where' they embark to- es of black, white with 'morrow for England a trip Wilson 'was the engaging Honches ot pwk; Mtss Xicolls, white the world, year. Fences arc being erected, tho of iho Commission, and of a'aeaghfful houses painted, Inwns seeded, and iloiwers and trees planted. Look has shown himself possessed of a rer faculty of grasping'- the J givon on Monday evening in honor of Mrs-. Hall of' Victoria where you may in the city and you p-oLnt of iin 'which prom- was gowned iu a hand- .._-L- I handling- of -the en- j some Miss Dixie in a green gown with pretty well for ormous bulk of business which the will see citizens at work beautifying their properties. We are going to have a beautiful j Commission has u> The olh Lethbridge this beautiful than ever before. crepe chene with silver Miss Billis, whtte touches ol McXally, pale and pink, Miss Vrooman, Hardie and Mr. pale blue gown with pink Drcs-1 pretty muvenira. den tnmminjgs; -Messis. McMullen, 8T UW GLYN ST. Fine Residen- tial Lots V H.J H.Skeith Room lv B. C. Hall, Mtss Fleming won the F lemming, Bennett, bertha. The guests were: Mrs. Hall, 1 mer, Staines, Tran- Vrooman, Ives, Mih. Hofers entertained on, Wednesday evening. CAN THEY BE TRUSTED? Mr. Foster1 assisted lay Messrs. Dennett and Fowler, contend' that the Government at Ottawa should be be dismissed because they dealt with middleTmen who made profits coiuiniissrous. They also contend the iDut public domain was given to party, before supporters without valuQ, bv Mr. Foster has "been the middle! "Consider that as read, er. day; when the commission held a public meeting at Ottawa, a King's counsel, in law, came hrid began nil address dealing with the points of law involved in the par; ticular application before 'the Boardh which would have been more suitable for tho Supreme Court than" for a- the liailway Board not proceeded very far ort by 'the. re- the chairman: Come on 1 THE and facts of the Toronto man, he has taken profits Bennett and Fowler have Saturday Night. profited through their position as members. Will the people trust the j JOHNSON ON CANADA government to them j OU R PCH NT OF- V I EW of Minnesota, has arrived in McCarthy, Dominion mcm-1 thLs city and at noon was entertained at luncheon by thf1 Wholesalers' as- sociation. In his address to the wholesalers' association, Governor Johnson said: "The problem of the future is the ber for North Simcoe, announces that he will retire from parliament, but the Caiggry Albertan says that the" McCarthy's are very changeable people and quotes the case of Mait- for land' McCarthy, the member Calgary, who was bound ho was going'to resign until the time ol the convention, when he decided to accept the nomination. Probably they' are fond of being urged. Keep up the 'good work of oeauti- government of America by Americans, [n the working out of this problem I believe we must first obliterate the imaginary line between the "United States of America and the Canadian States of America. I believe that the stars and stripes -must finally float from Behring Sea to the Guli of Mex- fying Lethbridge. Let Arbor .Day be j ico. The intellectual energy ol the a clean up day in earnest. j country must be directed to the com- i mercial union of the two countries i! Crime of the character committed f to no other. I spoke in Sarnia on- yesterday is unusual in this city, j the same topic some time ago, and Murder trsct. cases arc rare in this dis- my words were greeted with even greater enthusiasm than you are showing." is going to be the Pitts- i burg of Canada all right. We'havo, two mines in active operation and in a couple of years the output oi coal from this city and suburbs will have trebled. The A. R. tc. I. Co is sinking another shaft, the Royal Col. lieries will soon be operating'on a large scale and now the Collieries ore preparing to sink a shaft. Xear us also is the Diamond mine which be one of the biggest concerns of the south. It is worth pointing out again that Uethbridgo is just on the verge of great dtevelop- ment. In a few years our population will have trebled. During the week just closed Spo- kane has furnished one of the most remarkable and at the same time wnolesome spectacles ever NEW BUILDING AT FRANK Frank, May in Frank is manifested by the Frank Wine Spirit company which Monday start. ed work on the erection of a fine brick business building on Dominion avenue. The building will be thirty by. sixty feet and two storeys high. The tkad Sport; in M i n in n Bnys his I cricket goddt from the- live dealer at the right I JL price 1 Staffl 8M Out I the class on the[ neceasary when yon 4 he i -I irt any city ot Band men. women and children dcvot i' day to cleaning the yards nnd] vacant places in the city, uwides! trees and JivoJiauJ dnxl teams and wagons were required.} to haul the refuse to the 5cores damping grounds proyiduil by city, whiki several humSnxl ai vehicles the nnd j i the debris to the incinerators, bridge ought to furnish jrn to Alberta cities along this Jinc- J In cities, points out. one of our changes, cieanlinoss of nn premijiei makes p'reiaiacs it'doos more. It inspfmToi to have clean precftiaW. who pass them wttV beauty of cleaulineM. vonreyea filled with tears. How can you shoot We don't tell embrocation THE EAUTH WOBBLED very little when our picture [ramer. went away. We are doing, better work then crcr with less gas. The finiahinf touchOA to house-cleaning are Onr prices are always rifht. rJ- tltlMliMMiMllilM executed promptly and satisfactorily A complete stock of Plumbing and Heating Fixtures carried None but first-class mechanics erhployed Your Baildiagv r' Loaaby Prairie alto r Yoor igaiosf Dam- age by Hail a tti gowthard BUek. B. C. MOORi Funaral Dlrtdar HI: 8. ARCHiTCCt M. Q A00MDM AHau DIMCTOM A JAf. A. MACOOMAtO Black, Alia. E. T. McOREOOR REAL ESTATE BROKER for Farm and City Laana, Inauranca.' CalUctiana, Aant- i and Canviyanclnf. Uat awaparty with "ma. Call, at Raam I Hill ar 1 aVMt Bax AKa. u K. of P. Hall hat Thursday of montk. Viiitibg Brethren J. F. ROGERS, -C.R. ..A. NEIDIG, SNHB Cfrcfe 'f At Eoch Third owh, balakce 6 and 12 Boom f) Whitney Block tad 3rd MOB in K. ol P Hall at B o'dock. VisHtng brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIE8, W.P. -Ij T. J. WHITE, W. 8. of Owit Uthbtidge Meat of Ovl.r No, 1M. wfB necU 'the Thursday 'of of F; PHIE8T. Joaior Paat Ptaa. ol AlbertavNa h ifii I r nlTj lyis Wm am ud tlkM Ttmrwla; is always ss: ESTtMATES FREE Jobbing promptly attended to All Work Guaranteed and op. f. McKINNEY Boon 1 WwtiMsy Wock OMIIMriAfl