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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA If no one of our 138 Branches is easy reach of you, do your Banking by mail. Deposits may be made, cash withdrawn, or any other business transacted in this way with perfect safety. Write for particulars. is sufficient to open a Savings Account, on which interest will be paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. COUTTS NEWS I Mrs. H. Tennanl who has been vi-i TABER TALK Tuber, .May car loads of siting in Lcthbridge returned on Sat- cattle were landed .this morning from urduy I'incher Creek by Archie McLean: and Insp. 'Howard, It.N.W.M.l'. left on put on the C'Y ranch. Saturday on his monthly inspection! M. (Her who made the charge of the detachments down the river, against who escajied recently He was accompanied by Insp. J. from the police and who is slill at large, who was remanded at Leih- Pineher Cieek, May special mooting of thy Pincher Creek Council board held in the Council chain- last evening. The business De- ore the council was the second read- ng of the Electric Light By-law.. The jy-law provides the furnishing of ight by the Pincher Creek Brick and Light Co. The by-law will be read a third and last time at the next neeting of the council and there seems to be little doubt but that we will soon have an electric lighted town. The chinaman known as Hon, em- >loyed at King Edward Hotel. was brought before Magistrate Plujikett yesterday and fined and costs for assaulting one of the waitresses also employed in thtf hotel. Farmers are very busy these days with their spring work. Seeding is nearly completed in many parts and nurnctt. Landseekerx arrive on every train and land in this section is rapid- ly being taken up. .Mr. Urindle, proprietress of the Coutts Ite-Siauranv, left on Sat- for Edmonton on a business' Ceorge Xtilph. of this town, fishing bridge last week on a charge of horse stealing has again been remanded to Wednesday. (5th insi., when he wil be brought before Mr. S. Lay ton urdny trip. Mrs. Thos. TennanL and her sister, Mrs. Chisholm. of Vancouver, U. C., were in town last week. Do Make Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will gave you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hrtrd wheat tiour. Made from the blending of soft and hnrd Your Ci rooc-r has it now Elm Mini ft Elevator Co. Ltt. lUymocd Macrath Leth bridge MILK RIVER NEWS Mr. M. Lock went fo lj'thbridgc_on business. another week will sec the end of' Frank Ellert went to Ix-thbridgc on growing fine a result. Mr. Hue, from Iowa, is hard t-ho trade. and trail from the United States, thc j A. J.. McLean of Lethbridge, and rihe 1S great majority of whom are well-to-f A fist game of ball is expected at j Taber shipped several car loads of The StOck U1> vvr-v good do farmers an.l will make goo.l sett- the athletic park tomorrow when the cattle for the eastern market on imces when compared, to beat any- storc s train, opened up his store on j nesday with a car of merchandise. very nii-oly arranged. Pi-ess and the Y.M.C. clash. A Ladirs Secretary is most certain- ly one of tlie conveniences if not one of the necessaries of a home. Yoiivill feel like owning one when you seeonr new lines at such reason- able prices. Turpin Furniture Co Mondav of this week. thing in tho neighborhood. If Mr. Fitxmaurice keeps this up he will have to hire an extra force OL salesmen to hand out the goods. We GOVERNMENT IS SUING Edmonton, May G.-The attorney-1 xvish S11CCCSS lho general's department of the Alberta government have entered suit against the Railway Passenger Assurance Co. of London, Eng., to recover amount of defalcation of James Burns Wa'ker, official assignee at Edmonton last year. This company entered into a bond of "for Walker and al- though they were notified of his de- falcations on Dec. 5, 1907, have not There are twenty more land men expected here this week. The livery business, which is just in its infancy, is a .success, as is ev- ery other business in Milk Iliver. Mr. Lode has sold his lumber business this week. The new com- pany, we understand, is going to put in a large stoVk of lumber. There will be nil kinds -of power for the t mill, sugar heat'. fart ory. electric Mr. Billic ijlant> and kinds coal mines are to be opened up. We are also fn in-ed of a good blacksmith shop right away. It rained nearly all