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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily HeniM. Thiiiwkiy. May 10, Builders and Contractors-We Solicit Your Patronage If you are going to build let us figure on your lumber bill. We sell the best lumber of all kinds, botb rougb and dressed, lath, shingles, lime and building paper, etc., at the lowest price. Be sure you get the best and the only way is to see THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Tom Hamilton in the Pioneer Lumber Co.'s Ad Competition Our Brewmaster says to Us: need not hesitate to recommend Alberta's Pride as one of the very best beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out a product with which I was so well satisfied as I am with Lethbridge beer, "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops 1 ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly proud." Drink ALBERTA'S PRIDE If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like it. We believe you'll say it's the best beer you ever drank. PHONE NO. 554. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554. MORE TRAINS TO CARMANGAY Four Trains a Week Com- mencing the Next Month CADILLAC '30' And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By T. S. MACKENZIE Carmangay, May Sun says: Mr. Price, general superintendent of the western division of the C. 1'. H., accompanied by -Mr. Uren, the new district superintendent, who has just come from .Moose Jaw, and will re- lievo .Mr. Brownlee, at Cranbroo'k, and .Mr. inspector of live stocK, j visited Carmangay this week in .Mr.! Price's private car Minedosa. A de- putation of Ormangay's business men i interviewed Mr. Price while here, and asked him to put on a daily train ser- (vice. In replying to the deputation Mr. Price said that as yet the road to Carmangay was a construction line and they were running trains over it at a loss. While lie would not pro- mise a daily train right away he said that commencing with the new time table which will he issued early in jJune, we would have four trains a Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs- days and Saturdays. lie also inform ed the deputation that the contract tor a new station had been let and would undoubtedly be built in the near future. Mr. Me.Mullen, who looks after the live stock interests of the C. P. H., promised to recommend that a stock yard and loading chute be built in Carmangay at once. All the officials expressed themselves as being sur- prised with the strides the town has made and looked for Curuiangay to one of their best stations in Southern Alberta. way of Norway House, at the north lend of Lake Winnipeg. One of these will make its headquarters at Oxford j House, and will proceed to inspect the I timbt-r around Have's River, God's Lake. Fcx River and other streams, up as far as York Factory. '1 hi> other will make its way from Ox- ford House to Split Lake, inspecting the timber en route. All the parties will, in addition to inspecting the timber, keep a sharp look-out for forest fires, and will have authority to appoint and employ fire- rangers where they think necessary. Two of these parties, and probably a. third will winter in the territory they traverse, and will be on the spot ready to continue operations next ACQUIRE BIG TRACT OF LAND GIRLS OSTRACISE MATE WHO ELOPED INSPECTING TIMBER AHEAD OF RAILWAY. 4 4 t UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block t I i 4- t In anticipation of the early con- struction of the Hudson's Bay Rail- way, the forestry branch of the De- partment of the Interior lias sent out this year four parties with instructions to make an inspection of the timber along the proposed route of the rait- way. The parties are composed of trained forest engineers, and exper- ienced timber men and fire rangers. They have already started their jour- neys into the wilds. Of the four parties two will proceed by way of The Pas. the present ter- minus of the C. N. K. line toward Hud son Hay. One of these will start its inspection a; The Pas. and proceed up the Nelson River. The other will make at once for Split Lake. The other two parties will go in by Students in Pouyhfcejpsie High School Object to Wedded Cla-smste New York, May Leverett Griggs, son of Professor Griggs of co'lege. is under arrest tonight :n Danbury, charged with perjury in securing a Connecticut license to wed Miss Helen B. McLean, an .unusually pretty 17-year-old girl of this city, says a dispatch from Pimghkeepsie, N. Y., to the American. .Mrs. Griggs (nee .McLean) returned to-day to her classes in the Pough- keepsie high school, and is having of her own. Her fellow stu- dents through some strange idea of proper high school form, resent having a married woman in the graduating class. They too... steps today to have Mrs. Griggs eliminated from the class picture. As Miss McLean she was known as 'the girl iri the class, and one of the popular. Professor Knowison, principal of the high school, declares that the attitude of ostracism proscribed against the young bride is unwarranted. He de- clares that she has every right to fin- ish her course in the school, and that if she quits it will be of her own ac- cord. Mrs. Griggs has been selected as one of the commencement da% speakers, and the school authorities will not prevent her taking the part assigned. The Griggs boy, after his bride had been taken away by her father, went to Terryvilie, Conn., where his family have a summer home, and where he found an aide in his aunt. Mrs. A. R. Cook, The aunt found him a job in the shop of a locksmith, --id he was on his way to work when arrested on the perjury charges preferred by Dan- bury officials. He declared that he did not. know ii was a serious matter to misstate ages in applying for a license :o marry. "The people who are trying to keep us apart will be sorry some was all Griggs would say after his arrest SI. 1'aul, Minn., fers arc compU-U-d in New York to- day by means of which a Si. Pauls land corporation, which, with its capital, is said to be (our times larger than any other in the world, closes the largest laud deal ever made in title to acn.'s in Central Oregon. The immense tracts are transferred entire, and represents a belt 301' c'iles in h-ngth, and oi varying width, ex- tending in a diagonal direction from Albany, Oregon, in the Willamette valley, southeast to the Idaho line at Ontario, at the head of the Malhcur valley. Oi the total, acres is rich agricultural land, much of which will be' improved under irriga- tion, and acres is heavily tim hered, containing feet oi standing pine, fir and cedar. The land transferred includes some of the rich- est districts in Oregon and will be developed and settled at once. To handle this immense tract the Oregon and Western Colonization com- pany was formed, with capital. Its headquarters will be in St. Paul and the active management will rest with President W. P. David- son, a well-known land operator, anc Vice-President John F. Bit re-hard who has been for many years one of[ the most prominent of the northwest-! ern land operators, fL'. A. Robertson, of St. Pad, who has extensive land! interests, is treasurer and Jos. C. Wood, of St. Paul, is secretary. The directors with one exception, are St. Paul men, and the first hoard will consist of C- A. Robertson, W. P. David ton, John F. Btirchard, Theo- OF CANADA IMS Get Over Balking By Mail We have already over 40 Branches in Ontario and about 120 in the West. If we have not yet established t Branch within easy reach of you, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with our nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Round Redpith Sti I G. R. TINNING Sub-Offict Westminster Rd., N. Ward I Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Bail lie, Manager.______. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVE ANY TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLiCIES. OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES FOR FURTHER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, INFORMAHON APPLY TO C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. C. H. ANDERSON, Manager. A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. dore Schultz, -James H. Skinner, Jos-j cph C. Wood, CJcorge Eygabroad, j and F. Kenaslon, of Minneapolis. A PIONEER BANK. Fort George George has a bank. The B. N. A. It came in on Wednesday, in one section by pack books and it came in unheralded by advance not- ices and unknown to two other char- tered banks that 'have had an eye on Fort George, but who were unwill- ing io face the terrors of a 100-mile i trail. The bask .it Quesnel was un-1 aware of the presence of three bank men in their city last week, when they registered from foreign parts. It j is surprising indeed that Anderson.! bank inspector, who has seen 15 J years' active work on the outposts of! 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. JACKjSON Props. British Columbia, should have r-.m the this morning. He will be arraigned'in i gauntlet of the Cariboo road, and not 1 Uanbury court to-morrow. discovered his purpose. BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards in the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Promp'. Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press'' and "Daily London Eng. GRAND VIEW The Weal Residence Sub-division of the City, situated on beautiful high ground overlooking the City, and well drained Several Hue residences to be built this year. Plans are already drawn Tor three Tine residences. Arrangements have been made to supply the addition with water. This Addition is on the proposed street car line. Only a limited number of lots will be sold out of each block. Every lot has a wide street in front of it and a 20 toot lane back of it. Title given as soon as lots are paid for. All lots are clear of encumbrance. Lots in this Addition will increase in value very fast. Kny now and get the benefit of the increase. The city of demands a fine residential district, GRAM) VIEW supplies that demand. JOHNSON HUFF LAND CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 ROUND STREET ;