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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Btlly Hahinlav, May 14, 1910. STOP and see the mm mm co> B 4 YOU BUY The Pioneer Lumber Co. still continues to take the lead in quantity, Quality and in price. Don't forget this when you contemplate build- ing as they are three very important subjects to consider. We handle the best lumber line in the city. THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Ruth Inman in the Pioneer Lumber Ad Competition CEMENT SIDEWALKS CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS Phone 1344 for on this kind of work H. J. GOODE Concrete 523 Smith Street TEAMING AND EXCAVATING COAL ORDERS promptly delivered KENNEY BROS. Phone 679 611 Crabb St. CURED OF COISTIPATOI Mr. Andrews Indian Root Mr. Andrews of Halifam, N. S., writes: ''For many years I have been troubled with chronic Constipation. This ail- ment never comes single-handed, and I have been, a victim to the many that constipation brings in its train. Medicine after medicine I have taken in order to find relief, but one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. It seemed that nothing would expel from me the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at lost I read about these Iiidiau Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for ax, for I was so impressed with the state- ments made that 1 determined to give them a fair trial. They have regulated my stomach ud towels. I am cured of constipation, and I claim they have no equal as a medi- cine." For over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian. Root Pills have been curing con- stipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments which result from them. They cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. Sold everywhere at 25c. a box. 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF GEORGE V. fc UX.Oyr' McKelvie HcGuire Local Agents BIG LAGGAN STATION Laggan, May official of the C. P. R. building construction depart- ment and representatives of the "Win- nipeg contracting firm are here ar- ranging plans for the construction and position of the new station, 168 feet by 33 feet, which is "to 'be .built onto the old log station, and work is to be started at once. The new building, like its predeces- sor, is to be built of logs, but is to be an improvememit upon the old one in construction. The C. P. R. have been surveying here for its electric car line from Lag- gan 10 Lake Louise, and purpose us- ing their electric, power already in- stalled at Lake Louise and being us- ed in their chalet, augmented by an increased power plant. WE COLLECT RENTS A FEW OF OUR NEW ONES 7 houses on Argyle Avenue. 3 houses on Cutbill. 1 house on Fisher. 2 houses on Coutts St. 1 house on Ashcoead SL 1 house on Burdett Su 3 houses on Westminster. Above are modern and very easy terms. Besides these we have a list of 40 more, all good buys. AND SOME BUILDING LOTS Five (5) splendid lots on Two (2) in Riverview at a snap. One on Reid St. Four (4) on Coutts St. Six (6) on Ernest and Courtland. Six (fi> on Courtland and Block 12S. Two (2) en Ernest SL facing east and about 50 others not quite so high and about 40 others very cheap. BUSINESS PROPERTY Two (2) lots Baroness Rd Two (2) lots Redpath St. Three (3) spur track or corner. Cottage and lots on Round St. Store and lot, centre of Rojind St We want at once a listing of Duff Addition lots as we hare an order for 20 lot? close around McDuff, so let us ha vi 4 hem quick. City Department Tta kntof Icillai tapiij Suite 205 Sherlock Building Phone 544 WE COLLECT RENTS lie has all the characteristics oi a born oi manner, oluiluess oi speech and faculty ot mingling on equal terms with all men. His social drawback is undeniable 'shyness. He suffers (rum stageiright thai makes him nervous beiore a speech. For a British royalty ho is indiscriminate in shaking hands. It is as a pattern oi every domes- tic virtue and as a model husband and father that his royal highness may lay claim to admiration. He, in these respect is a reincarnation o[ respectable, stupid George III. He is the well-nigh inseparable companion of his fond wife and fond sons and daughter. Home life, varied by the sport he loves in the shooting season, and by an occasional tour of the out- lying dominions oi the empire, is the only life he ieads. He has never manifested indecision of character. He is gay, w th no trace of introspection. He unbends with a loud and healthy laugh. He has never .displayed interest in litera- ture. He is neither brilliant, pro- found nor witty. A splendid shot, he is fond of outdoor life. He understands a ship from stem to stern. Seamanship is his one preoc- cupation outside the country gentle- man's life. He does not even look princely. None can without flattery praise him for originality of ideas, impressive- ness of manner or fineness oE intel- lect. He has always been his children's companion, in pastime as in study, Playing soldier with little ones for many an hour. From him they receive much oi the instruction that, ordinarily would be left to others. He puts them regularly through their Latin, German and French. He taught his oldest boys to swim, skate, ride MAKE PAPER OF CORN STALKS Government Experts Study New System of Manufacture ;md his daughter to ride her poinp, and plays tennis, goll and crick- et the children by the hour. Bertie, -the oldest son, has had some severe fist lights with Davie, a younger son, and on at least one oc- casion the father refused to interfere. "Let them have it he said. They did. Having himself been reared as a naval officer, the king is a competent instructor in naval tactics, engineer- ing and architecture. The present king and two of, hit children once bossed the freeing of a fallen horse on a. London street. The horse had hopelessly a hind leg in a wheel' of an overturned car- riage and suffering. The then prince borrowed an ax and crowbar from a loitering laborer, had his boys take the wheel off and chopped a "pal- ing from a fence nearby. Then he and the boys raised the body of the carriage from the prostrate horse. While passing beneath the window of a house, a housemaid emptied her dustpan on him. As he brushed his clothes a policeman helped him, but had no idea who it was. Presently a passing soldier recognized him and al- so assisted the luckless fellow. Mean- while the maid above professed great concern and suggested sending for an amJbulance. The soldier then told the policeman whom they were helping, the three laughed democratically and the genial duke went his way. The present king distinguished him- self from his father by a dislike for being aped in costume or seeming to set a fashion. Merely the suspicion of imitating Prince George was fatal to aspirants for his favor. Nor had he a set. He freely in bour- geoise society. He does not'affect lit- erary men or artists, but he goes a good deal to informal dinners Washington, D. C., May periments by the federal government in the making of high grade paper from corn stalks have been complet- ed at the government's experimental plant at Cumberland Mills, near' Port- laud, Me. Samples ol paper were brought to Washington a few days ago and are now under test and fur- ther investigation in the papermak- ing laboratories of the agricultural de- partment. The experiments have been so suc- cessful as to lead experts to declare that cornstalk paper rivals that made from wood pulp for books, writing purposes, and other uses requiring a good grade of paper. At the present time the manufacture of cornstalk pa- per is too costly make it available for newspaper use. The government experts declare it can be manufactur- ed to compete profitably with wood pulp paper for other uses, and that it gives, promise of being more dur- able than the paper now in use. A machine invented by George R. of Oak Park, 111., was con- structed for the experimental plant near Portland, and experiments will be followed by attempts to make a commercial product from rice straw Experiments were also made with broomcorn, but were in no sense as successful as those recently complet- ed with cornstalks. The experiments have resulted in statements by the government experts that cornstalks can be converted into paper on a commercial scale, and that they offer a satisfactory and immed- iate substitute for pulp wood. The recent action of Canadian provinces in prohibiting the exportation of pulp wood to -this country has resulted in close observation of the govern- ment's experiments by the financial interests, and the new paper Is being submitted to close scrutiny and se- vere tests. SELKIRK PEOPLE ARE AFTER MR. BRADBURY Board of Trade Resents the Tie-up of Land Near Town from Settlement Selkirk, Man., May dis- trict's member of the Commons, Geo. H. Bradbury, in his anxiety to make heard in the House and to cast aspersions on the government, to which he is opposed, uas aroused con- siderable feeling among the business and private citizens of this constit- uency by the manner in which he has handled the St. Peter's reserve ques- tion. Land that -has 'been purchased from the department dn that district DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS Places and Dates Are Change Made. The Departmental Examinations for i Standards V. and VI. win be held' j this year on June 27th. 2Sth, 29th and i30th. Attention is specially directed to the fact that the examinations in these two standards will be conducted at j the same centres, during the same j days and under the same presiding (examiners. The Department will sup- ply the required paper and ink but candidates arc advised to provide j I themselves with rulers, compasses, i {penholders, etc. Forms of application and copies of time-table will be mailed upon request to the Department of i Education, Edmonton. The Depart- ment will endeavor as far as possible to have the candidates of each school write at the most convenient cchrre, and each teacher when making appli- cation is requested state which ho considers- the most convenient of the following centres: Edmonton, Vegreville, InnisfYee. Vermilion, Tofield, Viking, Wainwright Strathcona, T.cduc. Wetaskiwin, Cam- rose, DaysL-uid, Killam. Hardisty, Pro- j vost, Ponoka, Lacombe. Alix, Stettler, i Red Deor, Innisfail, Olds, Dldsbury, j 1 Cargtairs. Calgary, Ranff, Gleichen, i j medicine Hat, Okoloks, High River, j Nanton, Claresholm, Macleod, Pincher j Creek, Colern.m, Lethbridge, Taber. Raymond, The most wonderful sound-reproducing instrument of the cabinet type, combining the highest results of musical genius with a masterpiece of cabinet Amborol Edison Phonograph The Amberola is beautifully simple in outline, exquisitely designed and comes in either mahogany or oak, to harmonize with surround- ings in any home. It'has drawers in the lower part for holding 100 records. It plays both Edison Standard and Amberol Records This is the Ainhcrob's biggest advantage overall other instruments the cabinet Amberol Records play longer than any other Records made, rendering the best of all kinds of music as it is meant to he played, without hurry- ing or omitting important parts. But the Amber- ola gives you rmich of the best music that you cannot pet in any otlicr sound reproducing instru- ment of the cabinet typr. The price is S240. Other f Edison Phonographs, of Leo Slezak now sings for the Edison The trrcatcsl livintr lyric tenor. Leo Slcznk. has nwde ten nevr C5mnd Opera Amlwol Reronls for the Edison Phonograph. Those Rcronh include the jrreat arias from Vcnli's Olello. topcthrr with arias from other Italian CIrand Operas. Slcznk these Italian Gnnd Opera arias exclusively for the Edison Phono- irraph. be sure to see and tH-ar the Amberola. Edison ftr.ind Opcnv Records..........A-Vrand fl.ts Kdiwin Standard Edison Arabcrol ReconMplay twice as National Phonograph 100 Lakeside Avs., Orange, N. J., U. S. A. WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE DON'T FORGET TO STAY AT The Hotel Alexandra The Leading and only First-class European Temperance Hotel m Alberta Private Baths'and Telephone in Rooms A First-cUutt Cafe in Connection Open Day and Night Auto But to Meet Trains Excursion Parties a Specialty N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor LOOK HERE Improved and unimproved lands. All prices. Irrigated farms, close to the city. A few excellent business blocks. Residential lots in any part of the city. Life and fire in- surance. Loans on Earm and city property. Goal in carloads. Come up and see .us. The Lethbridge .Land and Coal Co. Over Bank of Commerce Phone 477 Open Evenings When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA The best middle priced hotel in the city D. BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. I CADILLAC' cannot be transferred or Torrens title secured until the commission of en- quiry demanded by Mr. Bradbury has made its report. Meanwhile the land is lying idle. At a recent meeting of the of trade on the motion of E. Comber and C. A. Millican, copies of the following resolution were ordered to be iorwarded to 'the town council, the minister of the in- terior, attorney general of Manitoba, George H. Bradbury, M. P., and Dr. Grain, M. P.: "The board 'earnestly deprecates the present agitation -regarding the recent St. Peter's Indian reserve surrender and sale as being detrimental to this town and neighborhood, and strongly urges both the Dominion and Provin- cial authorities to do at once what- ever may be necessary for a speedy termination of this tung delayed mat- ter in order that the settlement of these vacant lands and the building up of this district, so essential as a business tributary to this town, may proceed without delay." My next shipment of Cadillacs arrive about May 15th. I am advised, by the manufacturers that the Alberta alotment for 1910 has been exhausted and that orders must be placed early in if order to lake care of my customers. Please see me at once if in- teres-ted. See me for 34x4 inner tubes. T. S. MACKENZIE 0 TO PUT END TO MIXED MARRIAGES Cornwall, Ont., May the Presbyterian synod of Montreal and i Ottawa, a special committee report- ed on mixed marriages. It referred to the difference of opinion expressed by 'the judges in the Province of Quc- P.ATES ON PRESS MESSAGES Telegraph Officials Want to Consider Publishers' Schedule Winnipeg, May the opening of the session of the railway com- missioners this morning, officials of the telegraph companies asked for an adjournment until two o'clock this afternoon to give them time to con- sider the schedule submitted by the Western Associated Press on behalf jor the Western daily publishers. This setiediile, which is founded on and leaves undisturbed the Press Associa- tion rates agreed upon between the C. P. K. and the Ontario and Quebec publishers is an attempt to deal scien- tifically with the whole question of rates for press specials and press as- sociations so far as the West Is con- cerned. It was unanimously endors- ed at a meeting last night of the West- ern daily publishers representing __. viij press 01 Western Canada as well as two or three British Columbia papers. bee regarding the validity of mixed marriages performed under the, pro- vincial law. They recommended that the synod appoint a committee to frame a plan in concert with roinv- sentatives of other churches if sible to carry out a policy to lessen or put an to the evils existing. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE, TOKO5TO B. I. WAJLm, Piwident LAIED, General Kuufer ESTABLISHED Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England BANK MONEY ORDERS THE FOi-LOWtNU RATES: and under........................ 3 eenti Over and not exceeding 6 cents f10 JO cenu MO 15 centi These Orders are payable at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in in the Yukon) and at the principal banking points in the United States. They art Dutiable at to the sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. __, f9r" M "cellenl method of remitting small'sums of money with Md at small coH, and may be obtained without delay. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager. MILK RIVER BRANCH, A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. MONARCH H. ANDERSON, Manager. WARNER BRANCH, A j BURNSIDE, Manager. Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over Bank Money Orders afford a convenient and at the same time absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the principal cities of the United States. They are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank at the following rates ami wider O 3c. to lOc. 6c. lo iSc. We issue Drafts for larger amounts, aud Telegraph Transfers when immediate payment is desired. Wain cor. Redptth Stt I G. R. TINNING SuiMJffic.. Westminster Rd., H. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Mznagcr. W. Balllie, Manager.__________ ;