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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Ljglhbridgg DaUy HgnUd, Monday, May 2,1010. ISBSl Best Grades Lowest Prices THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY CADILLAC '30' I wish to announce that my exclusive agency for this territory has been acknowledged by the Cadilac people and orders have been issued for all other agencies to be discontinued. We can furnish cars on short notice. T. S. McKENZIE Steam Coal We are prepared to supply all orders .or Steam Coal- SLACK MINERUN or SCREENED Quality the best Price on application Delivered f.o.b. cars at any point �---W The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. Bank of Commerce Building The Eureka Coal Co. TABER, ALTA. ASSETS A twenty-live year lease of till.' coal riglits of Section Eiglit (8), in Townsliip Ten flO). Range Sixteen (16) West of tlie Fourtli Meridian, in tlie Province of Alberta; and the idant, machinery and workings sitiiateil on tlie said property, and s\irfaee rlglits sufficient for the operationK of tlie Company. CAPITALIZATION Seventy-five Thousand Dollars divided into seven hun dred and fifty sliares of One HnndreU Dollars each. This proposition has the recoramoiidation of men who are working miners. STOCK SOLD BY THE IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. Lethb-idge ... - Alta. For Sale The World's most famous Motocyde "The Indian" Holder of all World's Records 2 3-4 h.p. single cylinder $300 4 h.p. single cylinder . .$325 5 h.p. twin cylinder .. . .$376 J. H. White -Local Agent- 1220 Bompat St. P.O.Box 1972 .J/ DKAYING Call up Phones: Office-loa4 Residence-1204 HAY AND GRAIN FOH SALE Ripley Bros. Opening xlinioinu'cnient The Lethbridge Cycle Co. Next Hotel Arlington Whore only high grade cycles will be handled, fitted with Diinlop tires and ball bearings .\ full 2 years' giiaraiilPe as (�yc\v makers of 20 ypars practical experioiiee. .Ml kinds of r(>|)aij- worlt done liore bound to give satisfaction. Coaster hubs, 2 and 3 sped gears, free wheel braKes, fitted. All ac cessories. MEMORY WAS VERY BAD AT TIES A BLUE ROSE .VIorristow'n. N'. .)., .April .io.-A genuine blue rose, something tor which llip horticultttralisfs have long striken in vain, is said to be the acliipvenient of I^rofessoi' Waller of Hiookiyn Placf this city. Tlie Professor is sMiiwing the flower to Ills friends. OUR STOCK OF ACCESSOIUKS is arriving daily and we will he in slia|>e to supply your re- (l.uiroMiients in this line in a ,very complete niann(!r. The Standard Garage Co. PHONE 664 WOOD ST. RUSSIA WANTS BALLOONS. St. Wetc.sbuig. .May 1.-The niinls-tf.v�''f war has reiiiiested conipellti\e i bidsN M" a fleet of dirigible balloons of f),.5()U to S.OOd cubic meters capacity. Tliey must bo capable of maintaining themselves in the air not less j than ten hours at an average speed of from L'.'i to 28 miles an hour. Hinty Could Not RecaU Grcamstances and Dates Winnipeg, .\prll '.iv.-At the conclusion of the morning session -Mr. .Mlnty was still giving evidence in the Al-bef'ta and Great Waterways investigation. .Mr. Bennett in cross-examination was cjuestioning him with regard to the securing of ilie share* in the Athabasca Syndicate. About Cornwair* Vote .Mr. Bennett handed witness a-document assigning Cornwall's shares in the Syndicate in -Majch, 1�10. "Was this document presented to you after .Mr. Cornwall's vote was challenged in the legislature?" "1 cannot fix the particular date." "You Icnow that Cornwall's vote was challenged'/" "Yes, I read in tie papers but did not remember the ('.- " .Mr. Bennett: "Was this after the co'iiiowsion was presen'Jd?" A'lniv; ; Lti^iiot remember the date. "Was Clarke in Winnipeg between .March 3rd and 21st "1 cannot remember as 1 was ill in February and early in .March, aiid consequently did not follow closely .Mr. Clarlve's move-nienls." "Can you fix the date on which -Mr. Clarke luiiided you the doouinent'.'" "i cannot do so." "is it fair to s.iy you have no i-ecol-lection wlien you got i he ^ document. e.\rept it was early in .March'.'" "Yes." "Vou asked .Mr. Clarke in view of commission So give you all the papers in connection with the matter at issue'.'" "Ves." "What docainonts did he give you'.'" " I he as.signmeni of CoriiwaH's shares in the .Syndicate." "W'hen was thai nociinienl prejiar-f'd'.'" "I do not know." "Did you know that'.Mr, Bowen was Just Clarke's scoutT' "1 learned later." "Did yot see .Mr. Bowen in IDOS'.'" "Ves. I saw him on .tune IS, lit, 20 and .\ua. 2]." "Llo you know what .Mr. Bowen e\-piy'tf'i to .� witli the gov- Do You Feel All Tired Out? Do you feel dull, listless, and have you that all-gone, no-ambition, don't-carc-to-workfeeling? If so you have spring fever BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS Is Without a Doubt THE ^EST SPRING MEDICINE l' It Has Been Used by Thousands Every j' Spring lor Over Thirty Years as Spring medicine A to 1 iiat^ do nol o Ivilmon-iini'iu on do not !n you on W()\ild get intou. but until after convey lo lironiotpr." 1 tentative .Mr. Clarke ijoveni- ernmenf?" "1 caniioi aii^we "Do you swear tluii yo\ know that .Mr. Clarke wen; ton to interview the gover the raiJA-ay tiuestion'.'" " swe;ir to liiat." "WJien -Mr. Bowen wroic August 20 saying that they I what they wan-ted at lOdiiJ that it would not coiui .lanuary 1, what did that you'.'" "The optimism of i "You diti not learn that agreement was made h\ and .Mr. Bowen with i mcnt'l" "So." "You were inrroduciMl : ney general in OctoluT ; yoti down and iiitrodu(-c(l Woods, his deputy'.'" ' \ -' Iroduced by Mr. Ci-oss u ! .Mr. \voods would di-.-icuss 1 with me of a trust uic r:iilway from lOduumiou ; M urr;iy." "How much ;i uiilr w sti-iicied to ask fm �' �lllilo aoi collect." "^'et you were ilicr(> i ! tails?" "Yes." I Memory Laoses A^ain "Did you mention wlia' of the guarantee wis ; not remember." "What amount was "I do not recollect." "Was it not $12,,lioit a| not lecolleet." "Do you renieiuber I lit- atior- ^ il lie took ' N (HI to -Mr. , 1 was in- ; II I ('III nic ; (' i|iicstion I I \ittt iii-rr- ' ( (Ic- - ter-pst?" "[ cannot answer -to that." "When did you hrst fill in the amounts of th(>se mortgages'.'" "I cannot say :is to that," .Mr. -Minr^- had not concluded his e\idence when the court adjourned until .Monday. It was announced that W. A. Faulkner, a witness who had been outside the jurisdiction of the court, had returned and would give evidence. H. ,1. .Volan. representing F^;.nier Kiitherford, arrived in the city today and was present at (his morning's liroceediiLgs. 'l^lie cominl.=sion will continue in sit-;^iJigJn, Winnipeg until Thursday next. I HOM NKLSOX TO KOSSLANl) BRITI8H * COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHEl( i, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of r hotographic Post Cards In the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Speeiatty pectal and Prompt Attention Olven to Amateur Developing and Printing Preet AgenU of "Tropical Preae" and "Daily Mirror," London Eng III a Hisciiit J�o\-Peril--OILS A'oyaj;*' I'luloiiak-�'ii lly a Crazy Man .N'clsdii, .April 80.-TIip three wise nu'ii of (iosclicii wlio wel|t t.o sea in , a bowl were only amateurs aiul poor aiuatetus at that, lo a man who j started troni Kootcnav Landing ycs-Iciday morninn in a hi.scuit ho.v, stwr iiig a hold course for Rossland. This individual was Frank Karcc, a man about I;') years of au;c, and he launch-rd his hark ai 7 o'clock in I lie morning. He reached a safe liavcn in a .Nelson ffovi'rnnienl institution last evening. I'^R.Mr, B.\KK I\arce,wlio i.s a Kinliindcr, and �lio i formerly workcil on coiustructton .work for the Cireal Xorlhcrn at FAko made careful preparations for the perilous vnyagp. 'i'wo small logs, tack-cil together by bits of hoard, coiisti-tuled his iud)l( craft and scalpi , JAPAN i:SF. MATS A \ I) S(H AP.ES Ver\' nice lor lictli'ooiii^ uiid diiiivig' rooms. ^ SATUKDAV SPK;i.2r>. Special . .'. �24 .\-4S 1111 u'- IJ ,o-111 ,'i 1- $'J. 25.: Special____$1.50 :!(;.\7i' Hii.n -|{,^oiil;n' -$5.00..special . .$3.75 (� I'l. .V i> I'l. .\ I'i S(|ii.'i re-Reg. $13'..50. Hp. $0.7i> Standard Emture Co. ;