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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbricige Daily Herald, Monday, May On Coming to this country, Many years ago x We straightway formed a Company Just to let the people know That although we have no forests, We have lumber just the same, That is cheap and sure to suit you, And that's our greatest aim. If ever you come to Leihbridge, Just stop in and see our pile; For our lumber. from across the ridge Is certainly just your style So when you need some lumber, And have little cash to pay Just ask us about our terms, And buy this very day from us THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Ivie Hehinger Magrath in the Pioneer- Lumber Ad Competition IHE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE NEWS OF DISTRICT IlKAD OFFICE, TOHONTO ESTAUL1SI1ED 1887 B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager WJNNIFRED land and Monroe come to our for their their new homes about forty miles from town. Miss Constance Dulmage entertain- ed about 25 little guests May 7th in honor 8th birthday. Mrs. Dawson Co. 1ms leased the west half of the Linquist Hall on the Winntfrod is joining the procession We .understand that Kendall Bios. }first noor) and opcncd a .irv r-orkif oi ftmnnnnnn un, noor, ana. rdiQ-Up L-dplldl, iaild erecting a mammoth new hotel on have a Gnc new driving team also.a {ruit store Reserve Fund, jilie north sitie of the track. Mr. dandy colt by the big grey Pcrcheroa! A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLL EC I IONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign Cheques and drafts on the United States, Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. 121 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, C. C. K. NOURSE, Manager. Ntedham, of How Island, is putting it up, The north side is growing 1 fast. A new butcher shop, run by I Murray and Steugel, is soon to be opened" with all the choicest cuts of jiic-at. A blacksmith shop where the farmers norih of here can be accom- horse. PURPLE SPRINGS. The first bait game of the season vcryj Mountain, has; located south of 011 tlle dlainond took place ion Wednesday last, between the local 'nine and one from Burdett, anil result- led in a win for the locals by a. score i or I'J to The boys played a re- Mr. White, a cousin of Mr. Hoy markably Mr. MeFarland, from White Fish lount: nifred. BOW ISLAND Come to Bow Island May 24th. mr-daU'd, will be opened, by Mr. Me-j White, is assisting at the Bow Island t'aet that MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, ;Lcod. (Trading Co. The baseball hoys of the uorth town j Mr. K. Holcraft, formerly of Rev- cleaned up Seven Persons by a score jelstoke, will go jn partnership with A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager.; Of 20 to 3. The boys with more i Thos. Prousc, in the implement busi- C. H. ANDERSON, Manager, A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager, good game, the there had been team The game was very clean and pleasant throughout. .Mrs; A. Dodmau ana children practice and team work would soon j cess. joined her husband on their ittd We won't, to sixty dwelling houses, ing going on all the time. be a year old till July that is very', jowl growing. j Miss Graham, 'of Kansas, is visit-' ng with her brother. Mr. Baughman, of Sweet Valley, is j over this week on business. Messrs. Neville and Dunn have re- turned from their surveying trip. The j former caine back by train and serted the camp outfit. What do you know about that A. Scratch holds services every sec- ond Sunday in ihe Whcatland Centre school house. With very great sadness wi record' the death of Charlie Mackenzie, of the Ridge. Mr. Mackenzie wjs suf- focated at the bottom of ir -.veil he had been digging on his on Friday, last. Mr. Swerslitger, -ho went down to trv OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 1865 ToUl Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over S42.OOO.OCO. Frank Sutton arid family moved to their homestead at 9-10 last week. Mr. Needham and G. L. Herber to get him out was also rendered aud with difficulty was revived. The lust Recent, improvements in town are: I he could remember was the sinr.; oi John Herring's implement warehouse jpbor Mac's staring eyes, (fenera! WE NOW HAVE STOCK BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS "Congo "Cement, Wood Fibre, Wire Nails, Metal Lath, ..Structural Steel, Metallic Shingles and Sidjng, Cornices. MINING Track Spikes, Coal Shov- els, Picks, Waste, Pipe and Pipe Fit-, tings, Valves, Etc. WRITE US FOR PRICES THE WESTERN EQUIPMENT CO. Block Phone 1214 P. 0. Box 1929 Within Ten Years youarestire, at some time, to either want or necdafeiv hundred dollars in cash. If things go wrong you'll need they go right you'll want it to take advantage of some of the financial opportunities that come your way. Could you lay your hand on a few hundred to-day? The surest way to prepare for that to open a Savings Account at ouce in this Bank, and to add to it as often and as regularly as you can. We will add Interest at highest current rates. Savings Department at every Branch. Main Office cor. Round S: Redpath St9 G- R- TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillic, Manager. ______ jsr.ead east of the town on Fridav. i he able 10 clean up the towns along the line. j Having uvo townsitcs is a detri- on Ulfi main s aijd a new ick gret is fclt f r M Maekc'uie was at nicnt, to tho lown, causing enmity be-! made a business trip to LuthDndfie ,Ience the man respected oi all W, it-so numerous that rhe: frequency jtween the two factions, and we un-: Saturday and Sunday. jLumber seera is less surprlaln. 'dcrstanda third will soon be added. Mr- Watson fell from the scaffold-! u uc- u Tlie Fisher's Mercantile Co. have a fine working on Mr. Prouse's fljr-n Co.'s yard. public school of than ap- was cjose-d, and hardware store on the south side. It implement building, but was fortun- will soon be finished and painted. ately not very seriously injured. Mr. DC Marce is about to paint, his! Mr- Smith is putting up a build-{ building, and is adding a full line of; ing to be used barber shop. i crockery. j Postmaster Hopkins moved into the 1 The new school house with-a [restincw Post office building Wednesday. I coat of paint, is much more attrac-! Tne -hal1 tcam played Burdett last; at Jialf-mast on Krid join ol'- respect ward. to the late King Ed- (r And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By Thursday and came >home victorious. Everybody boost the band. Noth- ing advertises a town so well as a good band. The hoys held their first practice Friday, with under the direction of lay. Rev. Beattie has been busy reor- ganizing the Presbyterian Sunday ten members Prof. Tremb- school, and is much pleased with the A LOCAL BUDGET K. Waridinston Co. have already! disposed of over "5U acres of the Fort' Cicoriie fruit lands, in live acre blocks., Tlie linn also solrt Friday two j lots on .MacDuff street I'or 51-00, -H lots on Westminster Road Tor each. 2 lots corner of Rogers Killed in a gasoline explosion at Carmanyay. j .1. OUmark has commenced excavat-i ;ing on Cavaiiagh avenue prejiaratory j llo erecting :t rosidcnco for A. G. .Need-! i ham. H. JJobbin is away on a trip to He is expected live. The church is next in line. A little paint adds a great tleal to the wear and looks for a building. The boys ol the south side have or- ganized a baseball team and will play in Bow Island soon. The merchants are losing trade by not having the road south of town [put in good repair. The C.P.R. is doing itself proud We have a depot One arrived the other day on a flat car. It -is now beside the box car which was formerly the depot. We hope soon to have a man in charge to see that j no one carries the building ofi to his homestead. We are thankful tor small favors and hope to soon have enough population to merit a real depot. Tlie Citizens Lumber Co. have a new manager at Winnifrcd. We hope he treats us as good as thcr old one jdio. j A carload of oats was unloaded last week by a homesteader south oi town. We hope lo raise enough this Imade to celebrate the Queen's birth- year so we won'i. have to ship them A football match and a ball j in by the carload. i game, a tug of war, and a dance are The crops are looking fine. The; only a few of tho. attractions prom- llatc rain has helped both the grain j iscd- anri the breaking. A large area be put under the plow this season. Bert Taylor anri children, and Mrs- Mr. Monroe, of White Fish, Mont., Matherl's sister, arrived last Satur- has also secured a fine, claim south jday night from Ontario, and were of Winnifred. We are glad to sec so the guests of Mrs. Prouse and Mrs. prosperous men as Messrs. McFar- ;McKinncy several days before leaving bmUh' of BARONS the residence of Rev. Peck, Mr. Howard Woods, for- Ottawa, and Miss Murrzl ed when at his very pears at the first glance. EIGHT BALLOONISTS HAVE DIED] M.P.'S SALARIES Record of Aviation in Germany Gruesome List. The happy i couple have taken up their at the groom's ranch northeast Berlin. .May the vic- tims of the Pemmern disaster ou. Ap- ril li, eight balloonists have been kill- ed in Germany in the past few weeks. j Minor mishaps are events of daily de- IS I Johannesburg, May constitir tional point of considerable interest, has arisen in connection with the unanimous resolution of the Transvaal Legislative Assembly on the recom- mendation of the Governor, making the salaries of members instead of for the recent special session, the amount being equal to the full al- town. Congratulations The best dance ever held in This iCUn'encc aUd IKISS illmost unnoticed, j lowauce for an ordinary session, vicinity took place in the large now accidents in aval-, The resolllti0n was not followed bv night. This hall llas s.lilTed Lhe Aero; legisiation and was not submitted to hall on Friday a splendid hardwood floor, and with" thcre is no other ciaD. the leading German aeronautic authority, to take action on behalf interest shown. It will be held ev- ery Sunday at 11 a.m. Thos. Prouse, jr., and family, pect to move on their claim this week. Mr. Lonsberry moved recently into his new residence on the hill. A handsome two story cottage is being built on the lot adjoining the old post office building. Mrs. Swanson was so severely in- jurcd in a runaway Saturday night j that she had to be taken to the Leth- j bridge Hospital. One .arm and sever- al ribs were reported broken. Extensive preparations are being around its equal for holdiuo- a dance. ior iruerested in -the navigation Whenever'you hear there is to be i dance there, if you indulge, there j the place to enjoy yourself. a ot" the air. and the club has decided the Legislative" Council, three mem- bers of which, including Mr. Curtis, ex- secretary to Lord Courtney, appealed to the Chief Justice's Court to restrain is jto issue u code of rules and advice to the Government from paying the jbaUoonisrs. Every large town has cheques. The court has granted a Barons is now a town of rrom Pfty 'now a balloon club and ascents are' temporary interdict. (i Mistresses Mathcral and Arthur and NEW TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS Smith streets. '2 lots on Irvine street. North Ward ami two lots in Bow Island. .1. I. KoTlnvolI ol" Mic Realty Co. left Saturday morning on a} cmnhiued'business and pleasure trip! to t.ho Crow's Nest ljass. where he I .spend a Tew days. CJ. (j. local in; the Pioneer Lmnlior Co.. North Lcth-j liridge. left, on Saturday's irain for' V. L. Lohnoil. from Lncomlie to Grannm. jCotnts. K. H. Hromm-r. of Winnipeg, is act-j A. .Mcdravos. Didsbary to Loth- ing temporarily as superintendent jhridgo. hero of the Norris Grain and Hlevator j Kesler, O.. to Now Co.. in the place of V. V. Nelson, who j Uayton. SETTLERS" MOVEMENTS J. SoloHion. from Keniio to bridgi.-. .las. ProsfliMi, o Lothhridge. Mrs. A. T.. f'haso. from Hninmoml. nv i jH. C. to Loth bridge. ofj from PiucJior to Lctl: BHITLS-II COLONIAL PIIOTOGKAPiriC 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 tVie West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Attention Given to Amateur Developing and printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press'' and "Daily London Eng. When in Vancouver il will be to your advanlagc to >lny at tho HOTEL STRATHCONA The best middle priced hole! in the city D. BURTON and J. .E. JACKSON Props. 742 1058 641 1435 1411 334 521 648 405 544 773 1033 1071 1344 733 1266 1016 713 1475 767 1336 1285 679 757 j 1157 658 j 1332 635 1151 565 I 1072 735 I 449 567 j 101S 1031 657 I 351 j 381 1233. I t009 1162 1146 1067 1424 j 1466 j 1112 I 1167 j 652 364 1472 i 1044 1029 1050 1438 1418 1126 ;035 1451 Adams, .Kcsiclence Round St.. Bell. Cascaden Co............Keal Ksiate Koom .McDonald Blk. 1MU Sherlock lilk. 1-05 London Road Itouncl St. Baroness Hoad Uartlett St. Suite '2, Hill Blk. Bradbeer. Geo................Collect ion Coffcy, Frederick .............Kesidence Cornell Travis ............Clothing Store Citizens' Lumber Co. ......Lumber Yard Crawford. Dr. D. T..........1'hysician Crown Realty Co............lion I Kstate De Veber, Dr. L. G...........Kcsidencrc ...........W- Bnrdctt 55t. Dowsiey-McMHIan Land Co. .Keal Sherlock Blk. Doyle Thomas .............Contractors Cor. DulTorin Round Featherstonhaugh, E. H.......Keal Kstate I'oat Oltice Klk. Gibson, Dr. J. M .............Physician Koom 1. .McDonald Blk. Goode, H. J..................Concrete Mnt'r............ Smith St. Graves, J. C.................licsirtence 1-Z C.aJt St. Heustis, Lewis A............Residence 1-9 Torrancc Ave. Hotson, G. E................Rcpidonce M7 Coutts St. Hudson's Bay Co.............Stores Kound St. Humphries. A. E.............-Immigration Agr. C. F. K. Station International Employment Agency Kiircka Thealre. Kound St. Johnson, Chas................Kesidouce Bompas St. Jorgenson. E.................Residence W< Coutts St. Kenny. Miss P. J.............Residence 611 Cranb St. Kimball. Westminster Rd. Kuns. E. E...................Itssidonro 40S Hartlett St. Lafferty, Dr. W. M...........Physician -0 -I Bryan Leicester Steel'ei'- Knginocrs 1110 Round St. Lcthbridge Meat Market ......Butchers Crabb St. Lethbridge Quick Print .......Printing DulTcrln Sr. Lussier Construction Co......Contractors Acadla Blk. Martin. G. E. J...............Residence CourtKmil Krnc-st Sts. MelUer Furniture Co. ..r.....KurnKuro IW Round .St. McDonald, A. W.............Hesidence (Ul I'.Iyn St. McDonald. Dr. W. F..........Physician 11 K 1? StalTord McLean, R. M............... Sherlock Blk. National Land Co............Koal Kstate Room 4, Mill Blk. Ncdin, Andrew ..............Residence K-l Round SI. N. VV. Jobbinn Comm. Co....Snipping Redpath Sf. N. Jobbing Comm. Co___.Machinery Depart........ Kodpath Si. Phillips. J. ................Transfer '.HO Burtlctt Si. Robinson. Miss Bartleir ST. Rogers, Mrs. 1-D Ashmcad ST. Salmon. H. C. C.............Itcaiilr.ncc IJompas St. Simmor.G, S- H.............. .Uostdonco 10-? Arthur St. Symonds, W.................Kcisidcnro.......... "W Walwork St. Tabcr. j'. H..................Kosidcnco...........'JW London Rd. Tait, O. E..............Kosidrno.r .1110 RoUp.'itli SL. Terrill. J. E.................Residence 54 Argylo Ave. Thomasson, E.'sidonco Bartlott Thomson, Transfer Co........Trans TIM- Room 1, J.O.O.F. Bid. j.......................Crocory WpsrmSnster Ud. Wellington. Bros................................... St. Western Supply 4 Equipment00.................. ll DulTorin Si. Willctts. James ..............Itosulcncc........... Jlailwrty Williamson. H. D.............Residence "iK-l Bruoc Si. Whiddington, W. A.............................. -11 Shorlock Blk. Whitton, Mrs. Ada ...........Residence -104 Torrnnro Avo. Woslyng, P. J. M.............Rcsidonor Burdett St. Y. W. C. T. Bompas Sr. Zeller Land Co...........___Ht-aS Kstiitc ShcriocK liik. SKETCH TILEY REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE LOANS Live Stock Insurance Automobile Insurance SNAPS 30 foot lot, 75 feet deep on London Road, between Round and Crabb, Terms. 125 feet on Westminster Road by 100 feet on Bompas Terms 100 feet on Westminster Road between Dufferin and Bompas, terms 2 lots block 60 on lane facing bar- racks Terms Wli ITI 'f'S'TlTIC cliUi iillo Phone 1343 Cor. Round and Dufferin Sts. ;