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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta rticLelHbri4s. Daily Herald, Tuesday, May LUMB Best Grad raaes Lowest Prices THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY UNION TRUST COMPANY FARM LOANS To Progressive Farmers who have prospects of succeeding; Unlimited money is a necessity to the development of all now countries, and our arrangements enable us to provide for every desirable transaction connected with the farming interests of the West. Progressive fanners realize the value of securinj; more acreage adjoining their own properties. The Union Trust Co. will be able to provide the funds for al! transactions of this nature as woll as al! desirable farm loans. MARKET GARDENING OR DAIRYING 10 acre tracts, fine soil, irrigated, only 4 miles S. E. of City. per payable in cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months with interest at 6 per cant. T. E. PATTESON, Agent 3 HILL 673 CAN AD A WILL HE A RKPIBLK SNOWFALL AT 1'IXCHEIU'REEK CARRIE NATION AT KALISl'EL'if PEAVINE. AND HAY SLOUGHS been procuring men for the work near Lac la Biciie. Mr. Wright says that Fort Saskatchewan, K.: settlers are going in along the'tTreTt who 'has a large contract Waterways by the hundreds and that with the Alberta and Great Water-, the country abounds in peuvine and railway, returned from Edition-1 hay sloughs and is excellent locality ton Saturday morning where he had; for stock i i Prediction of Andrew I j j Will Consent I j i 'Washington, April magni-; lieent marble building of the in-! ternational bureau of American repub-i {lies, within a stone's throw of the; white house, was dedicated in the j name oi universal peace todav. Presi-i dent Taft joined Andrew Koot and Senator de la Bcrra, the i j.Mexican ambassador, as rcpreseuta-', tive of the Latin-American j in prophesies of peace among the twen! i tv-one American republics and pledged I themselves to strive for that happy i state. j Mr. Carnegie went so far as to' .prophesy that Canada, with the con- j of (Jreat Britain, some day; i would join in the family of peaceful i American republics. President Taftj j called out laughter by referring to. J the controvert- between Theodore! i Roosevelt and Mr. Carnegie two years' ago at the laying of the corner stone i j of the building dedicated today. j ''They differed as lo the methods by j I which peace should be said the president, ''but that both were! earnest and strenuous and determined to have peace, there was no doubt." BflLDIN'Cl IS CARNEGIE'S GIFT' The new building, ihe gift of Mr. I j Carnegie, won the admiration of ail who passed within the bronze portals j this afternoon and at the reception: j tonight, at which President Taft and; Mr. Carnegie headed the-- receiving! party. "I esteem it a great honor to the! United Slates ,0f said the; president, at the dedicatorv "that the other twenty American re-; publics should dr-dicat- this home of 1 international union and that it shoula! be on this soil. As the older sister of the other republics, we take great pride in that fact. As the older sis-! ter we are also anxious that each i member of the family should know there is equality to every member of i the family. We insist on no prefer-' ence br-caiisc we are the older nation; and, for the time being, can count more noses.1' Pindier Creek, May the people of this town anil district arose to perform their customary dai- ly labors on Saturday morning they discovered that over four inches of snow had fallen during the night, and was still falling. Since then the talk of the'people, both farmers and townsmen, lias had more1 of a thanks- giving and joyous note running through it. Though the temperature went down as a result of the snow fall, everyone seems as happy as if they had been the indidual presents. The sun is shining brightly once more but the old timers feel confident there's lots more moisture coming to us during the present month. WILL HAVE AN OFFICE IN THIS CITY Carmangay. May Trust and Loan Co.. one of the lira: real estate linns to locate iu Carman- gay after the townslte was sold his: summer, have disposed ot" their local business to D. Baiic-y. They have formed another company which will deal in farm lands exclusively, and will onen offices iu Lethbridge and Carmangay. The company is com- posed of II. M. Molr. president and manager. Stephen, (leu: and secretary, arui V.'. V. llesst-y. treasurer. .Mr. .Moir will conduct :lic- Lethbridge office. They wil! ;H> known as the National L.imi Coiiipaiiy have purchased a nuxo" car. Sohl Hatchets and Gave a Cracks for JACK WESTERMAX With The College Girl. Majestic May 5th. MINISTER WAS CHOSEN Fort .Saskatchewan. J. Conoly. Methodist minister herp. was elected by acclamation Tuesday to fill the vacancy on :.IK- board of trustee? recenrly made vncan: by the resignation of D. X. .McLf-an. BREAKS CIGAR SMOKING RECORD. .May long-dis- tance cigar smoking of the world was '.von by a Washington, man to-day. Harry McKelden. a tel- egraph operator. a mild ciaar of scar.dard for 1-4 minutes and -0 st-concis wiiiiou; relighting it. He exceed.- the record made las: week a Cor.T-Ii professor by l-i1 min- McKe'den uudenook :o break the Cornel! m.-in's record on a wager, and ;li" cigar smoked in a :on office in the presence of five one- of them a phy- sician, whose services were no; need- According to a dispatch from Piioenixviiie. a veteran smoker re- kept, n cigar going for min- Kalispcl, April Carry Nation could not .net up peacefully this niorn- iut and leave the cily, so preparatory to taking the 10.30 train she blocked .Main street with a curious crowii, arid handed out packages right aud left in continuation of the "dope" that she the four-bit pieces from them for last night. Samson she said used the jaw-bom- of an ass, David used the sling, and she was here with her ha'.chet, and her only regret was that it was not dynamite that she might the saloons to hell with it. Then she sold souvfiiir hau'hets to beat the barui. All the worst men in the coun try ate in the Republican party, she said. Thnt was the reason given for its enormous Christian Scien- tists were merely upholders of the ab- scm-e of truth ami ignorance, and Masons arc bands oi infidels strewn broadcast over tlir land, and she (Carrie) is the only up-to-siiufi Nation that hasn't been conquered by Thi' way she went after the girls with peek-a-boo waists ami the airy hos- iery would have brought tears to bill- if he had ever decked himself iherewith. The worst tiling, aside from Bill Taft himself, Carrie claimed, was the I'liitarian church to which he belong- ed: and which rt-cosniv.es no devils. Carrie knot's that's dead wrong, for she's seen u'ern." While not showing any violence in !be loast while here, Carrie admitted having smashed a good many saloons, and she said the paying of fines was what kept her busted. But she in- sisted that her cause was just, and that she had never broken any moth- er's heart. Special Modern 7 room house on Lot 3 Block 62, Ford Street cash, balance per month THE ZELLER LAND CO. ROOM 1 HILL BLOCK A MORNING EDITION Kdmomon. .May rouay Bulletin will publish a morninsr edition of the Daily Bulletin. SAID TO HAVE THREE WIVES. Bramp-on. .May Herring ton. of Boston .Mills. Peel county, is under arrest, charged bigamy. k is allegx-d iluu he has three wives living, and a numerous family al- though lie is only years of age. For the past :wo years he has liv- ed in this county as a farm laborer, with a wife and two children. Xo.. 1. it is said, lives in Lind- say, supporting herself and her two chMdren. and wife No. 'Z, wiio brings the charge, is in Bowmnnviiie. with one child. Constable .larvis. of Bowmanvjiie. has held ihe warrant for two weeks, while searching for Herrineton. Improved Section acres plowing. 100 acres in Spring wheat. Five miles from Davton. V.'ells Siding-. per Acre B. S. Young Raymond, Alia. One half section nine miles south-cast, of Lr-thbnilge; 140 acres seeded with spring wheat. Fenced: has shack and stable for S head horses. Price S36 00 pr-r Tornis. S. E. l-t 32-4-18-4. Steam proposition. per acre ?f> per acre cash, balance or 4 dee L. A. FELGER THE TALK OF THE You can hear about it as you walk along the street, you can hear about it in the club, in the stores, on the train and in the din- ing room, which goes to show that LAKESIDE is the most popular sub-division ever put on the market. And why 7 BECAUSE Of the beautiful location, exactly opposite and Henderson Park. BECAUSE The Henderson Park is no longer a "proposed work is now being proceeded with by the Council and this year's Fair will be held there. BECAUSE There is no better buy in Lethbridgc today than this. We stake our reputation on that. BECAUSE All the pleasures of this beautiful park, (he boating, the bathing, the tennis courts, cricket fields, baseball games racing track and lovely shaded walks will be at the doors of the lucky people who secure lots and make their residence in LAKESIDE. BECAUSE Thr value is there- YOU are no( buying prices lhal will be reasonable in 12 months nine. .In less tiian 1 year these lots will double their present price. Down on Lots Down on Others 160.00 a Month Sole Selling Agents INGTON CO, COKXKttS EXTRA XO INTEREST XO TAXES ;