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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AlttftTA, TUEtOAV, MAY i CANADIAN BANK OF CC OFFICE. TOJtiwTC ESTAAUSIUD laa 1'. ft. WALOK, FntUtnt AIXXlaTOSZ General Kaaiftr Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS1 CHEQUES y new-Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most CQJ way .Jo which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in at and exact amount payablu in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Franco, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden mod Switzerland ts stated on the face of each cheque, while In other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding' then may be obtained at every 13U Lethbridgc Branch C-G.K.Nourse, Manager COWLEY INDIAN NAMED AS CO RESPOND- ENT London, May divorce was granted in this'city today, in -which White .Cloud, a North Ameri- can Indian has so "appeared in Eng- land and a crowd went to the court, room in the hope of seeing the-Indian -j but he did not appear. The suit was i brought by a Mr. Green who allegec that while White Cloud was playin; in this city a Wild West show, j he captivated Mrs. Green and induced Iher to leave her husband. .The court I found in favor of Mr. Green. The papers were served on. White Cloud j by advertising. Put a little 'Sunshine in your home .An old-fashioned, 111- working furnace is a non- producer. It consumes, the coal, but through leaks "and cracks wastes the heat. It is not economy to have, such a furnace in your own home, or in your tenant's home. 'If you are thinking of building you should be inter- ested in Sunshine Furnace. It adds 100 per cent, to home comforts. As soon as you let the contract for your house decide on your furnace. The Sunshine man will be pleased to tell you just how the rooms, ought to be out with- an. eye to securing greatest heat from the smallest consumption of. coal. "i'f you" want to "experiment .with the question .don't specify Sunshine." If you want to settle the question specify Sunshine The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS Cowley. May M. A. Mur- phy, C. P. K. agent, left on Thursday evening for Ottawa, where he was sum- moned upon the serious illness of his father. Mr. A. Bayne, C. P. E. bridge man, preceded him 'a few days to the same place, called by the death of his brother. On Friday morning thore was bora a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mc- Ewen. Mr. H. Franz of Spokane, Wash., who recently purchased the Duquesne ranch, has" arrived with his family and are now sett Jed in their new home. On Thursday evening the town was inyjided by a bunch of alleged base- ballists from Lundbreck with the in- tention of giving a practice or exhi- bition game with the local fans. Both teams were somewhat of the "scratch" variety. The Iccals were slow in getting together and the game was finished in the dark. For the first two or three innings were "no so hielan' then the batters got their eye on the baD, and the pitchejs de- veloped glass arms and when the smoke cleared awtty the score stood 19 to 15 in favor of the- locals. .The visitors scored ten runs Fa --the .last innings. A return game may he play- ed when all hands. wiU'iaye" recover- ed. Mr. A. M, Campbell -has removed with a carload of effects to ,his cently purchased ranch in the Cal- gary district. The recent rains have had the us- ual effect on the rivers which are rapidly rising and the residents of the hills will be virtual prisoners un- til the waters subside. "The voters who supported the go- vernment candidate. in the late Do- minion and Provincial elections are no doubt hoping thfe promised bridge will be forthcoming before another election day 'comes or some- thing will drop. Sev. F. Cook spent Sunday in town so as to. be able to make his Sunday, rounds without crossing the river. He goes to. District meeting at Macleod on Wednesday next. F. W. returned after several months absence; during which be visited New Ze'aland and other, parts of the world. .WHEN You CANT SLEEP. Tfcste is aaany a Ban-tod vonta toaaipg nigat after night, upon a alMplaai bed. Tneir eyaa do not close in the awwt snd refreshing that to thoaa whoaa heart and are right Some oooiti- tutional irony or dkaaaae lui eo that it cannot be quieted. Or again, you have, a sinking actuation, a feeling you going to die; or perha.pi, wake in your feeling M though you were about to choke or another, and rest lotvea you for the night -If you allow theae to continue''for''a, .short period, eren, you will begin to feel your health declining. It tbe nervea toreut in the store of L. S. Taylor. He intends to make some ..improvements. A China shower was given to Miss Helen Bluuunell by a number of her friends on Friday. CARDSTON MOTES May Quarterly Stake Conference convened here Sat- urday and Sunday. .The weather be- ing stormy only an average sized au- dience were "in attendance. However the instructions were timely. William Wesi was- honorably released from the High Council and ordained a IJa- thurch." A number of visitors from the Taylor Stake were in attendance: UNIO BAN OF CANADA Among others President H. Kedd, .0. S. McCarty, B. S. Young and daughter, Berg Ellingsen, "A. Mercer, may Tbe mentioned: S. Allen; William A. heart not noting rightly, and they r ri.u "-rT beset right bfthe use of Mflbui'e Heart (pv6 Hal1' Woolf and JosePh and Nerve They soon health- i M, refmhing sleep, not by deadening the nerves, bat by teetering them to healthy action. E. Nutt, St MaryX Ont., "I can gladly recommend your Mflburn'a Heart and Nerve Fills as I was greatly troubled with my nerves. I was so bad I could not sleep ac niche without the lamp banting, but after taking four boxes of the pills I became all right again." Price, 50 cents per box; 3 boxes for 11.25, at all or The T. Milbunt Co., oronto, Qnt Doyle, the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hudson died Saturday.' The immediate cause of death ivas brain fever. The funeral servicss were held Sunday. The speakers were Joseph Ellison, President--' Wood, Sterling Williams, H. B. Brown, and Bishop Harris. Each speaker touched upon the beauty of Nine resurrection and of the hope beyond the grave. Today Apostle Clawson and" Presi- dent B. S. Young leave for Utah after spending two-weeks in the stakes'" of Ciaresholm, May is very gra-! Canada. tifying that the heavy rain has de- .'.The concert given by the Cardston party for a day or two because it j Wards Mutuals last Saturday evenin- let'.the fanners who are .a' little was well received here. An apprecia- .'behmd with their work get ahead. live.audience was in attendance The Yesterday we had thunder showers numbers were each presented in good in the evening and look like having i style. Head Office, QUEBEC. Comparative Figures For fifteen Years Capital "May Slit 1896, 1900, Feb. 27ih 1909, 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, May 41 "1900, Peb, 27th 1909, Total Actftt May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905., Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. Slit 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, CLARESHOLM NEWS CARDSTCN NOTES May Kenny, customs inspector for the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, has in .Cardston for the last "looking up the office aff'airs-here. Edward Sloaii -of .Salt Lake City is here in the his brother, 11. C. owns a tract of land-in the Kimball Apostle Rudger Clawson and Ruie-i S. Wells came in to attend the -quar- terly conference Tield here .this week.. D. C. Dygert, with the -Reminijfm Typewriter Company, is in town for a few days. The., two days -of sunshine -have the vegetation take on a able difference! William of Stirling, puid 'us a visit today. Odessa, May police today arrested 192 "Baptists, including 30 women charging them with meeting illegally on a mountain top near this city. There is nothing that you want in Lumber that you can't get best from The Pioneer Yards more today, which will do a. lot ol good. Dr. L....Bissonnette, veterinary surgeon, who..hails from "Montreal, has opened an. office here and will practice his profession... C. W. James-was in Macleod on .business connected with ing .military" camp there. 7 Ex-Mayor Moffatt has written a com munication to our kcal paper ex- pressing his "disapproval .of the. -.vater bylaws. Hay is .very .'expensive here, a ton beingVasked for baled timptuy. "v MAGRATH NOTES i Magrath, May Falchner, of Stirling, .was in town this week. He paid a visit to his farm near here. He informs us that the crops are bet- ter here than they are further east. Mr.-''Steve -Dudley had a party of land men irom Illinois around -the district on F-iday. Mr. J. W. Evans has commenced the I erect-ion "of his residence near the mill. The in this district are grow- lug splendidly these days, especially .the fall wheat, which is making.ex- ceedingly iast growth.. Mr. Fred'iKaxren has.bought an in- X. W; Woolf, M. P: P., goes to Ed- monton this week to attend to matters connected with his duties there. Bishops Cole and ..Orr from .Clares- holm and Orion respectively were in town during the conference. They were pleased to note the growth of Cardston.. Each reported his ward as in good condition. The Claresholm Ward are going to erect a meeting house this season. There are already some parties desir ous of, going .to the lakes; The season is somewhat backward but W. 0. Lee informs us that he is ready to fake passengers-as- soon as .the roads are in better.shape. The father. and brother of'Dr. V. V. Christie on Saturday's train- In ;all probability these men will make haines' here." The school children had their Ar- bor "Day Friday.; The-weather ha'd been till" that time, hence the tteachers .waited till -a pleasant day came, to celebrate. ,_ Walter.: Pitcher will move to his new residence across Lee's Creek this week. Danielson is buUdiug a black- sinith: shop across- the hi? old stand. V From a sanitary standpoint, painted walls nave a great advantage over papered onies because they ican be often washed and scrubbed with soap and water. When you have- paper on your walls _and it fades or peels, or dis- you must To Brighten Up a painted wall, it. Talk it over with your ask him for AND VARNISHES Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., 'of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest cle- sit ns. Prospective Builders wcnld'do well to write ine "before decidipg on a house iS. A. AGENT BUILDER, MACLEOD Sash Doors Interior Finish Lime f Cement Plaster The Best Grades at Lowest Pri- ces. Large and Complete Stocks. Main Yard, Round Street. North Ward Y'd, Westminster R'd ISerial Story By C earthly cause to comp tain. .Perhaps wondering, how I so accurately. 101 tell yonV" Blchard leaned forwird and confided ;ln a pleased had Just oiled and Edward Peple Bffls now began to soberrap wltb j rapidity. ;HIs putty-like complexion had grown grayer; still, while Us .eyes were watery, wandering about In the fruitless hope of detecting apme avenue of ISven hlaKhair seemed, to stir restlessly .on hla! bead, and a. feeling of weakness land 'nausea came over him. became of tbe centieinan, slrr be aiked, with In COMPETENT MEN in charge of all ESTIMATES Gladly Furnished "Gentleman r. repeated ah- ;sently. "Whatgentleinanr r gentleman, Bir, -the one as wag losln1. "parts of 'Isseif that doni't ;courit Mr. sir? I '.p' "Oh; yes, year lanihed the Texan. "I was thinking of something else, Xouvmean my contract man? remember exactly. Ho WM aJlre when lleft bJUn, I but I think the crows got him- In the end." Tben was another pause. In wUch Blcnard "t bsjlliva I hear Reowyck: con> downstairs. Hadn't yoa better before we go Bffls breathed" tboogbt for looked Bflls, .there must be no sir." "No more brandy T "And you wfll obey me Implicitly In Texan. "TU live yon an a starter. Just get those new riding boots of Lord .proyland% win you, and put tbeni oo7 them. In for me I may be but for several hours. Ton will walk op and down In them unto I protested .Mtbeui bOOtS IS too Ton, yonr my foot Is Head call me my iord." said Rich- art so sharply tint ierrant nearly feU cot of his chair. "I bare no rlgHt tliiit ttOe now-slnce we're parted conyfwwj- No; Pin Just plain Mr. WH puncher, nan eater, any tnlar yoa like except an rising persMsd Bills, becomlif tM ire. .nrraa't once mors, 1 doat want to leave you, dr. OtadlAV Mr. Wmiama, sir, 111 serve you faithful; 'doosVI will, it was only Ifco drink wot mode me foraH meself, Lord WH- moan-food Oawdl IT lord, won't think of it ay haveklt boaos when I was only fooUa', C.R. CARLSON General Manager R. RANEY Local Manager JJPV'M Itr Mehard lattcrapML It was a joto, thoar "jraa, atr." "My I What s hvasw yoi jis hafol Aai I to aa4or- you win to be oa the orlalaal ssraa of acroa- answered Illngular bow Bills recognised how master could be! "WeTl kffi birds .with one stoue. Not win yon break tnose boots for bqt contra the aame time roo may be reminded of what ItnMans to bntak a contract with me. Am I Tie valet lit limp and spascWssa. He made no move to obey the harah command, so HJchard on hstl, !crbasa4 to the window and stood looking oat among tbe trees, no asked prsssutly, "have noticed how many crows ait mg about tbe place T I never observed ttssn before." m'loedr the servant gasp- fd, noticed 'em trtquent, air an'-an', awskln- yopr pardon, str, Fm widjr to pirt the boots on> BJchart watcWd ths apsrattsp eavKtyiaeat Tbe fit was a tight bat Bills tccoicpttabed the (eat at last tfaoogb tbe cams oot on his forabead in ooploos profn- There's Pleasure All Around When 8 plumbing system works satis- factorily' It makes the plumber, the owner and the better friends, and results to their mutual advantage. Qur work is guaranteed to be safrisfac- Plumbers' Supplies to Meet Every Demand No-prdertoovla'rge.; No order too tmall Lcthbridgc "lliank said tbt Texan simply departed without firing any fsv directions, Ids 'with" HIM 'Bw- rift hagely. For three long, bflssful he cantered with her on beantt- ral country roads, where air was and InTlgoratlng. where the wfld flowers cane to tht fragnnce of tbe wild woods sweet- Phone 299 Galvanized and Painted Sites MtUDkSWngfet before buying ekewhere It woald make aw 'appy, V lord, at Tsiy saM BldsiiC 'trial. tinea be was on all, of throw! _ him hi check, otf.iu tfce opera-be remained sn OSKJS sbe rmed to MB We have just placed' a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'i gooda in stock HINT! JMFKTNIK Office and Factory ajafj aaaoji SOT. sviaa m .MSWMJ Telephone 153 r 'Place Orders for Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 (To A General Teaming When you .want yoar yard your garden plowed. If yoa, want some firaUclMi maQiire for garden better me, or phone 101. I can i ply. your wants, WM. TAYLOR ;