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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fMUAIBAV, ill IMPROVING LINE (Great Falls Tribune.) On the Montana Groat Northern lirtf lii'twfM-n city SliHhy ;i vast amount of work is to bo done this summer in improving the road- bed and already four work trains are engaged in hauling gravel from the Brady pit near Conrad for the widen- ing of the roadbed and UK- ballast- ing oi the track. steam shov- els are being employed and at present Umc, while the haul is short, each of the trains is making two tripti daily. Operators have been stationed at Fowler and Naismith and are using the block system in despatching Uu- trains. It is understood that the work will not be completed before September. THE DUKE'S LOVE AFFAIR Rom-, May Duke of Abruz- y.i arrived, hoie thU morning from H" wont ;ii Quir- inal and had a long conference with KLMJ: Victor Kmmanui'l regarding his marriage to Miss Katherine Klkins, daughter of Senator Klkins, of West Vii'gina. it is aunoune d that an agreement reaclu-d on this sub- ject witii the Duke's brother during a ivcvnt fimirivncv with them on beard the lutlJiship Regia Eliiii. The i duke will Ir uv home tonight for Spen- JUDGE CASSEL'S INQUIRY Into Affairs of the Marine and Fisheries Department Ottawa, May by hull a It w is .-aid an anonymous hi en s.-nt to Jmkv Oas.sfis PIONEER SETTLCM OF WARNER The weather observer is almost ilis- ti'iu-U'd attempting to tab on tlie pivripitatiun these WE EXCEL IN PRINTING 1 Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Horald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. W. JORDAN, Superiatendent Phone 106 HERALD WANT ADS BRING SURPRISING RESULTS dozen employers of the department 'of marine and fisheries of any know- ledge of any one tampering with of- ficial files or removing letters from the department was the outstanding f-ature of Judge ('ass-Is' inquiry in- .lo affairs of die department yesterday afternoon. letter had or CJ. H. Watson. K. warning them of such tampering, hut they both d> nied having received any such com- munication. Deputy Minister admit- ted .-nine private papers he had in his olliee hut absolutely de- nied that any oilicial doemn- tits had Lcvn made away will. Chiei Knjnneer Anderson was the principal witness under examination. lie had no information concerning any of any official of the department. Kver since he had been a public servant the air had been full of rumors concerning officials of the department. They were all thieves and liars ac- cording to street talk. Hi ferring to J. Fraser, commission- er of lights and statement of witness that the former had obtained his po sition by dishonorable methods, An- derson said Fraser was formerly an assistant of his and had secured his appointment behind the back of the chief, and had bv'tm guilty of a breach of professional etiquette. He had dJB- 1 rupted his work. Anderson also thought Fraser was placed in his po- j sition to exploit the use of calcium i carbide fur gas buoys and light hous- When Judge Cassels resumed the in- jquiry this morning, Col. Anderson [was again on the stand. The feature I of his evidence was a statement that I there was only one man in the de- 1 partmr-nt whom he suspected and that was J. Fraser, commissioner of lights but lie admitted, however, that he j knew nothing tangible to found his i suspicions. He denied knowledge of i discounts or commissions being paid anyone in the department. He commented severely on the civil ser- vice report, declaring that much of i il was founded on misconception of j facts. Judge Cassels remarked that the way the commission's report was printed, tended to confuse, that what had been meant for original comment was run in and read as a part of r "Terrible Narrative." Asked whether the words "lack of conscience" quot- ed in the report of the civil service commission applied to employees o: the department. Col. Anderson said they applied to only one and that was Mr. J. Fraser. MR. AND MRS. JAS. THOMPSON f J Just Arrived CAR OF GRASSY LAKE NEWS _ We can uovr supply your requirements for any size from 4 in. x 4 in. to 50 in. i 60 in. Wholesale and Retail WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Cor. nmnrimrti srtnn Telephone 153 Mr. Oliver Fogderud who died in the Gait Hospital at Ixjthbridge of appendicitis Sunday, May 3rd, was buried at 2 p.m. Thursday in Grassy Lake cemetery. Mr. Fogderud was born in Norway in 1873, went to North Dakota when 1C years of age, and started farming with good suc- cess. In 1893 he married Miss Auren. Mrs. Fogderud died in 1900 leaving her husband and two children to mourn her loss. In 1902 Mr. Fog- derud again married Miss Stannns of North Dakota. Four children were born nnd in the fall of 1907 he mov- ed to Grassy Lake where he hud a beautiful home. Mr. Fogderud was f very ambitious and persisted in any- j thing he undertook. to accomplish. Mr. Fogderud will bo-greatly missed in Grassy Lake and vicinity. Mr. Salvage is hard at work at h'us garden and looks for a large crop. The young people of this hustling town are organizing a baseball team, which looks to be a comer, and we all wish the team success. Mr. Blithe went to Taber Friday on the local to meet his wife -who came on the Flyer from Minnesota. Friday and Saturday For Ae Utt two days of the week we are offering attractive pricet on a variety of goods. Be and take ad vantage of them before Saturday night only hold good until then. Thig list ii not complete, BO better come and tee for yourself, but we give below a few ideas of prices Fancy Tweeds and Luttrea, 88 in. wide, good Regular 35c for 20c 50c 30c 65o 40c DRESS MUSLINS 25 in. Fancy Dress Muslin, white cord and colored printed floral design, regular iOc Alto variety of Waist Lengths at about 33 1-3 per cent below regular price. 26 in. Stripe Muslin, reg. IOc........for 7ic CORSETS Some broken lines and oddments, sizes 16 to 34 Regular 90c for 65c 11.00 7ftc STAPLE GOODS 8x4 Plain Sheeting, strong heavy cloth, regular 40c 28 in. Light Stripe Flannelette, reg. .for IOc Linen Huek Fringed Towels, red border, regular 25c fo Oc See our new stock of STRAW Ladies and Children's J. BROWN CO, LTD. Both arrived back in Grassy Lake'without any ill luck ought to do feeling well. j well. Mr. Martin Wnguor arrived in town I Mr. Fletcher has at Magrath Saturday from nn extended trip for the past week buying seed potft- jthrough the States. The new hotel at toes for II. Driggs' of Grassy Lake. Grassy 'Lakrj Win. Salvage left for Lcthbridge will be ready for business on or ab- 'Monday where he intends to purchase out June 1st. a brick mai'hinc. j Mr. August Girard. formerly cm- j Grassy Lake is the proud possessor ployed in II. Driggs general the finest brick clay in the coun- ileft Thursday for Nelson, R.C., where try. 75vcryone wears a smile since he expects to purchase a fruit farm, j the samples have gone through the His many friends wish him success in [tests and came out with good stand- Ins venture. Mr. Gerard rms engaged in fact an average of one hundred Porter Albertson as a side partner and. in a short time will have a brick and he joined Mr. Girard at Loth- yard running at full blast, and turn- bridge Friday. Mr. Albertson is a ing out brick which cannot be'sub'sti- tuistling, ambitious young man and tuied by any. r LOOKING FOR FARM LANDS READ THIS MAGRATH Garden City of Alberta Holds the distinction of being one of the best agricultural and horti- cultural districts in The largest yields of Fall and Spring Wheat were raised in this district last year. If you are looking for good farms we have some bargains you cannot afford to overlook 1600 acres, railroad running through farm and elevator on west side of farm, 580 acres broken, running water, good soil and grass, fenced on all sides, an ideal farm. Price per acre, saaD cask payment, balance crop payments 320 Acres, all Fenced, Extra Good Soil and Grass. This is one of the best buys in Southern Alberta at per Acre, part Cash, Balance on time 160 Acres, 4 miles from town, all Prairie, at per atere. 640 Acres, 4 miles from town, Prairie, per Acre 160 Acres, 2 miles from Elevator, 80 in Spring wheat, balance in Stubble, not one foot of waste land, all fenced, price part cash, plenty of time on balance. 640 Acres, 4 miles from town extra fine, fenced on 3 sides, running water, price per acre, small cash payment and balance on crop payments We have other Farms that Will interest you HE ATHERSHAW TURNER MHGRKTH RTK ;