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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LeTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, '909. CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years Capital Paid-up May 31 st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Deposits May 31st 1S95, S 1900, 1 T.iH'io. Feb. 27th 1909. 25.693.3S6. April 3rd 1909, Reserve and Undivided FroGts May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Total Assets May 31st 1S95, 1900. Nov. 30th Mar. 31st 1909, 'L. Pabst Tells Of Delightful LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. crossed the lake to the company's new subdivision and spent the afternoon travelling through the woods on well made logging trails. It was very j delightful, especially to those who {been to a wooded country. We returned to the camp for supper and retired early to rise curly next morn- ing. We the Company'.s gas- olino launch at 7 a.m. and started Trin Tn Arrnw f !for fourUH'n miles down 11 ip 10 Ldhtft lako> wh..rc eailed for __________ meats. We Arrow Lake on the way. and all alonir tin- lake c aid be In an int.-rview Mr. L. Pabst! secn new up ovi. just returned fruni a trip tojdencv of a new Mr. Kef-1 the Arrow Lake Fruit Lands, conduct- location with his tin.- frame 'house and about .T five acres oi clearing p. intc-d oir. to us. but as we had a long way to we could bv Mr. M. Fremian, auen: f-.-r the T Ai-i'ow Lakr- Company, he Jo Be Married On Special Train RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister. Vancouver. Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sule daily. May 29th to Sept. oUth. Stopover Privileges. jfor further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL. Agent. Letbbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.. Calgary while "Mil and a? a i: H.'.M un ardent cans-.-' give ir.kjii ideations o: the bridi-i: to be marrieu in the U 11 parlor car train, in which advo take shelter 'from the rain. It sv-on elear- which is lo kin- beautiful ilo City w! The next Company's lands t: dinner.and then snruos cnerrv trees ar. d on our r-- we spent th-.- L' we visited ihe returnini: for 11 bi- The lor j were first taken t-.. Mr. Hurl- where camP at The started out- to making our :o lunch and gasoline launch was in well morning w. liidt-n with with a vi.w 1 se-ections remriiinc making another trip In the evening seme took of June 29. Neither Emma Smith De V. e. lad-n I; president i'f ".he Equal Suffrure As- }j oi Washington, nor Mrs. burl's orchard., a few May Arkwrigh: Hutton. head of the lake from Xelson. We v.-.--re taken to SurTrr.ire Club, will disclose this orchard to cet an -bject iess'n I: the identify o: the lu-re or heroine of iu wha; can be with nugh binds j.. the until tho pulls out in that country. Her..-- we wrro shown I; of the- Spokane station it o'clock a magnificent orchard of probably r-he morning of June on the way i.QOO trees of apples, plums, Burned as it'was get ling dark. j Seattle, wher-.- Am- etc.. besides other small fruits. The i Ia the morning w- took th- hunch I .trolled along The shore. They were with a p und trout and a second fish was jus: about- land I ed when tthe hook broke and the fish-. j j'erican Woman Suffr.-ge Association cherry frees were in full bKnn. andlfcr where CROPS iN LETKBRiDGE DISTRICT will have its conv.r-riti n, July 1 to 7. 'Mrs. Hutton said: "The names u the couple main a secret until it is time to show to the world that instead of alienat- ing women from the fireside, the suf-. wlier-: fnJge moveniect tends towards the creation of home- ties. Eovrevor. the bride's name is known i-> in any ,1 rr (Winnipeg Free Press.) Lethbridge, Alberta, May i the Northwest and th." bridegroom is cainly looked like it. although the ori- ter wheat not so promising in this; a man uf niuch influence.-'' -fcal owiif-r must had district as a year ago. fields The train, the firs have been with sprinc' under the direction lie other trees were loaded with fruit ;Ior Kevo-lstoke returning by the main .buds, and the most remarkable of it is, that this particular rcrvard about acre- which abJut equally divided betweeti huce is intention to improve. Xearly and trees, there being party purchased land and T rocks had to be blasted am opinion that the country has out to make a hole to plant the trees a future befor-..1 it in the way of in. Nevertheless this orchard is said growing and land must rise ra-: j i'1 to be a great money-maker and i: tvc-; in value as there is a very Itm- ?d area and a lariv market, lot '-f- might say that fruit growins: was I 01 its kind ran nerve to attempt t-- night _ oi; Charlotte Perkins Oilman and besides strawberries and this part oi B. C. iftmous. The !Lrrow spring i women oi note, including fraternal berries. Mr. Quinn stated that Orchards Company's lands are ielogates from Europe. There will; ha-j contracted to deliver the jam j admirably situated and there are no J! also be d-'-kga-es iroin every state in factory at Nelson ten tons of straw-i stones at all on th.vir ilcDonald Creek !s: the union. A feature of the trip across: berries, and two and a half tons of! lands- and are certainly equal to any- the 10th will be very beneficial. wheat- seeding is finished, except a few winter wheat- fields which may still be re-seeded. Spring wheat- up. Seeding has bean perhaps a Ine state will' be speeches from the 'raspberries this summer sup- i thine we saw on our trip. week later than last- vear. j rear end of the train at- Pasco, plying his regular r customers. His j Tafaer. Alberta, May sown ib this district approximate acreage 25.000, being three times j greater than last year. All land in- j tended for wheat has been sown with it-. Seed bed in excellent condition, i jYafcima, and Tacoma. trees, and in fact every one's trees i STOP THAT WAILING! show promise of a heavy yield in fruit, as they are loaded with fruit _____ j buds. "Gypsey" Smith Calls Down Toronto! The trip on tLe lake was most en- Woman at Revival Meeting ijoyable and many of trie party were Toronto, Ont., May Gyp- j in their shirt sleeves, the day being !LABOR LEADER TAKES ACTION Suing1 s. Prominent San Francisco Paper for Libel Spring up two inches; 5ey Smith, the "evangelist, was speak-; quite ho: although tempered" by per cent, of eats, barley and flax ing, a woman in the audience gave cool breeze, from the water. We re- San Francisco.. Calif., May wan-ant charging- criminal libel, sworn to .by P. H. McCarthy, presi- grown. Grain advanced about to a lon? hystericai wan.i turned to Nelson thoroughly convinc- dent of the Building Trades Council same as in 1907, and an abundance j <.Tate that gister ,mt_ if _he ed that ,ve in country and a leader in Union Labor politics oi rain. Winter wheat well rooted jbehave said Gypsev Smith.i arriving at our hotel about 5.30. We in city, Cnas. Hornick, general before winter and in good condition. tuousand acres o: winter wheat, sown in this district, last fall.. 10 per cent, 'I cannot believe it is the spirit to I took the 7 o'clock train for West Eob- make a row like that for the where we took the C. P. R. steain Magrath, Alberta, _ May 14.-Twelve ig ordedv j can do with a hearty er "Minto-which with the 3. 3. "Koo- 'Praise the or butjtenay" complete the service between I don't believe in 'anything "that pro- j the "Crow's Nest- branch and the main duces confusion or gives the of the C. P. R. giving a daily a chance. It's blasphemy. If t-here i steamer service both ways on the Ar- is anything about- the Holy Spirit i row Lakes between Eobs.on and Ar- and His power it is intelligence, san- row Head. ity and reason, just as sure as we The Arrow Lakes are a magnifi- now four inches hieh. About 50 cent, spring-wheat seeded; only sown to oats instead of wheat. acreagei half last year's: much land j Seed' bed very moist. Seeding is one month behind last year.' Only three weeks are here. cent stretch of water- about 125 miles "I should not- be to my and from one-quarter to four manager of the San Francisco Call and E. Simpson, Managing Editor, s .f (thing and everything which I believe j ficerit, towering wood-clad and bare i were placed" under arrest yesterday and later released on bail. A similar warrant was issued f r: John D. S, Spreckles, owner and pub-; lisher of the peper, but had not been! served "ap to a late hour last night-' and it is believed that the service will not be made until today. McCarthy's complaint takes excep-; tion to an article published in the' e declares; 13 charged that he, with certain: i T, }is of the flesh rather than the spi-jrock mountains may be seen on all i other leaders of the Union Labor; Kaymond, Alberta. May !sideg apparently coming down to the{ party, had held conference with rep- 4- 4- f.. f BIG have to reduce our im- mense stock previous to stock-taking, May 31st Suits for Suits for 12.50 Suits for THE LADIES' Is still on. The finest fabrics, and excel- lent values The Hudson's Bay Shoe is famous for style, durability and comfort. Men's Ox blood or tan calf Bluchers, reg. A special line of Ladies' vici kid Oxford's, flexible soles, wonderful value A Full Range of Rubbers TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, VALISES, HAND BAGS. A Great Variety at Close Prices. Hudson's Bay Co. all wheat- seeded, there being approx- imately acres, 20 per cent, great- er than last year. Practically no land resown to oats and barley. Seed bed generally good. Spring wheat coming strong. Fifty per cent. of oats and barley sown. Season two weeks later than last year, owing to excessive rainfall. Messrs. Mills Bros., brickmakers, will manufacture at Ma- grath this season, all of -which will be used in that town. The firm have o-btained a site of five acres of ground for their purpose, all of which is a solid clay deposit. water's edge and one would wonder j'resentatives of the -Southern Pacific LOVESICK ABRUZZI is utterly reckless. The writers ex- and an analyst of note, it is under- Rome, May BECOME GOOD CITIZENS j where the fruit lands came in. We Company, at- which he -agreed to de- Honolulu, May Ad- however soon to be satisfied on liver TJnion Labor vote to the so- miral Soiokichi TJrhi, of the Japanese I fchis point, for as we returned each I called Republican machine, to navy, ea, Annanapolis Hawaii" Shinho, a local Japanese I steamer and a good breakfast, we! tide was published with the purpose j United States Senator Elkins, as his j the Queen Mother and the Duke and !_ __ _ _ ___- __ .1 __- j T_ !'_'___'_ t TRIED TO SUICIDE press iear that the whole expedition j stood, has been selected by the On- -TV'' Duke frsisis initario Government as chairman of the is reported here j carrying out his present plans. j new milk commission. The personnel of the commission will include E. D-argavel, M.L.A.; Finlay MacDiarmid, M.L.A.; and W. F. Nickle, M.L.A. tions towards thst party. newspaper today in which ha advised j landed at the company's .McDonald of discredit-ing McCarthy with his bride, that he attempted to shoot I Duchess of Aosta, who were the real i' The secretary is yet to be appoint- his countrymen in Hawaii to make] Creek about 10 a. m. party and damaging his reputation, j himself while on the .way out to! obstacles to the success of his love Jed. The commission will hold their every effort to become good American j Here we found the company's head-1 by chaining him with traitorous ac-i India, and that a member of'his suite affair with the American heiress. meetings in different parts of the pro- 'citizeus. He said it. was Japan-! quarters fitted up for the accommoda- ese emigrants wherever they may go i tion oi their parties. In a very short after leaving Japan to assimilate the i time we were scrambling through the social and economical customs of peo-j woods, as a sort of preliminary can- erintendent of the government seed; and letters received from members of j Toronto, May A. R. Pyne. imence their duties about the end of pies among whom they cast their lot. ter before dinner. After dinner we idepartment, Of Alberta, is in the city the expedition declare that the Duke j brother of the Minister of Education j the present month. frustrated his attempt to end his life. Court circles are greatly agitated; DR. A. R. PYNE TO TV. C. McKiiiican, of reports of the Duke's conduct! HEAD MILK EXPERTS vince, r? may be convenient to the work in hand. It is understood that they will .com- A Cool, Shady Porch at any hour of the hottest day is made possiblebv Yudor Porch Shades. While keeping out the heat and glare of the sun, they admit every breeze and permit free circulation of air. They can be seen through from the inside but not from the outside, giving seclusion and privacy. VUDOR Porch Shades arc substantially made of wide linden wood slats bound to- gether with strong seine twine; and they last for years. They are stained in artistic weather-proof eoloi's, green or brown, and come in various widths. Do net confuse Vudor Porch Shades with the flimsy bamboo or imported screens, but ask for Vudor Porch Shades, and look for the Vudor aluminum name-plate. A VUDOR Hammock will outwear two ordinary hammocks, at the same Patented RE-ENFORCED HAMMOCKS time giving1 better appearance and great comfort. The Re-inforced Bed is a patented feature exclusive with the Vudor. It means that the middle of the bed is woven extra heavy, providing extra strength and durability where the most wear comes. The cords are fastened to the bed of the hammock by means of hardwood spreaders and strong an- chorages, guarding against another weakness common in ordinary hammocks. We have secured the sole agency for these celebrated goods and will be pleased to demonstrate our opinion of them. Turpin Furniture Co Complete House Furnishers ;