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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA'.; lAtUA6AV, MAV i, iiH'i: IK iin to Li iny reply ly Dr? Elliott, fWol- Kwhether'the government negotiating for the purchase of Ukf at the present time, Hon. 1. ilk. Calder aiked that such >be left, until the general die- on the bills S'arae.tiine that the government' had re- efed ;communications from two of tht Uiyeet telephone companies, the fell Co. and the Saskatchewan" Co., operating at Moose Jaw to the effect that they were prepared to sell out their plants. He did no 'believe there would be any difficulty in making the purchase or other agreements satisfac- tory to nl leoncerned. CHIEF VCTtRIMARV INSPECTOR Medicine- Hut, May l.-Dr. J. C. Hargrdve has been appointed to the newly created office of chief veter- inary inspector for Alberta with head- qUai'U'ie ai. luv'UiViiic. iiul fices have been opened. OLDEST PRIACMIK. IN IMOLAMO Thorn Lord) pit Every Sunday Pul- BREWERY DESTROYED Nelson, JJ. C., April At three o'clock this afternoon fire started in the New York Brewery at Sandon and wjthin- an hour the whole building and contents were demolished. TWO LADS DROWNED Montreal, May and ander Terral aged respectively twelve and ten years were drowned Bonnets near city lust night while catching minnows in a creek. The older lad in an effort to catch a large miruiow slipped in while the younger I fed endeavored to save his broth :r and he too fell in and both were drowned. McDIARMID AGAIN Dutton, Ont.. M.iy Elgin London, :Unv 2, i iuj uiuCey ter of the in Kngland is the Rev. Thomas Lord, of Horncastle, who, though he .hut. just celebrated, his one hundredth birthday, is still preaching to. his congregation every Sunday.- King Edward has just sent Mr. Lord a birthday telegram of gratulation. Mr. Lord was born two years' Pitt and Fox died and was a grown man when George IV. was on the throne. 'to Conserv.'itives nominated McDiarmid. M. P. Kinlav G. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Candidate for the Democratic Nom- ination for President of the United States SEWED HUSBAND UP IN SHEET While He Wat Asleep, Then Whipped Him With a Rawhide Omaha. April two days between ttert Newiand and his Pearl, ended in the police court yes-1 tt-riTuy, where the woman admitted, sowing her husband up in a bod sheet and horsewhipping him. "I came home and found her drink- ing with another declared ihf whipped husband. "J. threw them both out and then went to bed. When I woke up it was to feel the rawhide." fined and ordered to pay the costs. Mrs. Newland denied that .she had done anything improper and declared her husband abused her until she could stand it no longer. -DocVJfct biehiml the timei and out'of datp. Have your home, oftce or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let us install a systom of lighting irTyour home. It wil cost lit- tle, 'but'-'please very much. McKENZIE V ROY RedpatkSt, Lethbridge, 204 4 J r- 4 BOWVILLE NEWS Sunday evening church was held in the school house. The services were conducted by the Hev. ilr. Scmig. Ili.s.'.tqxt was taken from the'sixth Chapter ami the seventh perse. 'Miss Peterson" was the organ- Die Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON. THE MARKET lots fcrtk of the hilmi nl M of Westminster Id. FROM A EACH was IRRIGATION PLANS Helena, -May contract signed here between the Glass, Lind- say Land: company and H. A. Whit- ter of St. Paul; under terms of which the latter is of deeded land lying north, of Big Tim- ber in Sweet Grass, county. work is to be finished by November, 15, this year, and includes the construction of two large reservoirs and the build- in? of 50 miles of ditches. isc. 'A large crowd was present. W. J. Bell's coal mine which has been tiofjed for a while is again (oper- ating. Geo7 and 'Xprrinui (Ireen left Man- day- for' Crist's. ramh whyre they ex- "suwnior. Peterson' was in towh Uist I'.'brought home h new stock of dry Gui liadfori'.'has purch'used'.ja large hew from X. M. jPaulson is thinking serious- ly of getting one of the same kind. LKMOX MERINGUE li; V One pint milk, six tu- far; yolk's of two beaten 1 if ht; one heaping tablespoon mixed in one part of milk, juice of two lemons, grate rind of one. Put milk to scald, with sugar in it, atir in slowly, cornstarcli until cuntard ta stiff, take from the fire and stir in slowly yolk bggs and then stir in lemon, fold liglitly the beaten white of one egg. Whites of two eggs and five tablespoons sugar for.. the top. Have pastry rich and bake it without the custard. When well browned take from the oven, put in custard and whites on top and 'put in oven long enough to brown. MARSH MALLOW DESSERT One tablespoon gelatine, one cup sugar, white of four eggs, one cup water. Vut gelatine in half cup of water on back of stove to dissolve. Now beat whites to stiff froth, add sugar and beat light. Chill the Half up of water in which the gelatine ras dissolved with the other haL up water and add gradually to. the eggs and sugar. Divide into wo or more parts; flavor and color part, pour separately into formu o cool. Add to beauty and taste by nuts between each laver. tbat doM avot Nqiiire valcbing ajad' in which heat it periodly iutomaticilly regBJatetl THE MOWtL perfect controller in exiataooe Strong yet active, Kudorwd and used in move Dominion Goveroownt and Eiperimental SiatipDi than all our combined The Ontario College, Guelph Dominion College, Ottawa Agriealtoral Truro, N.8; Experimental 8tatkmt-- Ont. j Andover, N.B. Union Rirer Br.dge. P EJ Chicoutimi, Que Edmonton, Alta. H. C. In 1273, Goodi Shipped from When You Want Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Item MMy mi MfriN b (M Uti, YOUNG GATES' BIG 'Rawhide, Nevada, April leas than 30 minutes Charles Gates, a.son of John W. Gates, won at faro. Gates is here Jiyithra party ot eastern capitalists looking into mining pro- p.rties. A game at which he played was -so fast and furious that at one time he was loser. The av- erage bet on the turn of a card was John Gourlie sold A crowd ot" 7-the his tenm for Howvillc young BANK ROBBERS CAUGHT Emerson; Man., May folks gathered at ihc hnll Saturdaj evening nml spent the evening plea sahtly in dancing. 3ltr.'Ira White is crating n nev on his claim. Sunday'morning there was Sunday school house. Th numbcri present was twenty-eight. Superintendent llanoy being absent, Mr. Aiihel Williams, his assistant, of- tfieiatixl in his place and Mr. Scraig re- taught the Bible class.' Mr. Moss H tilth and For biliousness eat plenty of oranf- Cacherries and tomatoes.. any thin pallid lips ire caused by tight 'lacing and the im- pairment of or the in- variable practice which accompanies it of compressing and stretching the lips tightly over the feeth and gums. The skin should be cajefully mas- saged before apply plaster, to smooth out wrinkles. Before putting on the strips the flesh should be stretched, that ia, made smooth, arid then trie plaster is supposed to hold it fast. maining two- American bank robbers is tjjather of the intermediate class, who robbed the bank-at St. Stephen, is teacher of the Miun., of and who'made their 'junior ;ic way across the boundary yesterday were captured on the streets here this morning after an exciting chase, crowd' being in. attendance. Prayer meeting was held Saturday rehingiat Mr-. Hancy's place a good ENOUGH TO LIVE ON San .Francisco, May_ 2.Jphn Hayes Hammond, the mining engineer, his made a new contract with the Gug- genheims to be their expert for the next five years at a salary jot "f 000 anually. INSPECTOR MUNRO DEAD Winnipeg, May Munro, for twenty years a member of the Winnipeg police force and well known throughout Canada died this morn- ing. IN PRINTING Pbce Yw Wtt HenU M men and have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best iu' the ait can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. you tare not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work HERALD WANT AD8 BRING SURPRISING RESULTS NICE PLACE, JSNT IT? ALWAYS MORfi C The Daily Herald has a telegraph service equal to any paper published in Western Canada. Maintains special correspondents at all important points in the district and contains the announcements of representative city manufacturing firms, merchants and real estate firms. 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