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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Vage 4 The Lctlibriilge Daily Herald, .Monday, May GET And be one of the Crowd who buys Lumber and Building Mat- erial from the old reliable THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Vcrnon BickneU in the Pioneer Lumber Co.'s AH Competition The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. BUILDING PERMITS are the building permits issued from the city office recently: Scaniou, dwelling, corner of Coutts :md Duff streets. ?iiOOO. D. H. Ramsay, dwelling, Burdett street, ?3000. F. B. Mason, residence, London 5'SOO. Wan. .Meldrum, William street, L. M. Harbeke. residence, Ernest 53500. J. S. Graves, dwelling, Cutbill St.', GRASSY LAKE HAS LOTS OF BUSINESS T. Romancsuk. Ward, 5125. TOM UNDERWOOD SOLD HIS HOTEL Grassy Lake, May Ogil- vie and Wallace of Gleichen have bought out the Grassy from T. A. Underwood. They are to take possession on the first of June. C.P.R. Water Tank Being Erected-Much Breaking Being Done Grassy Like, May 21th was very quiet in town, as nearly ev- erybody had gone to Taber for the sports held there. Grassy Lake play- ed Taber both, baseball and football, but were beaten in both games. Messrs. Kilgrow Bros, have bought out the dry goods, and shoes Lake the grocery stock oi Larsen Bros. addition, North and have moved them down to new store opposite the post their office 31r. Underwood intends taking a trip; building. They have also finished the 10 the Old Country this summer, alter excavation for a'new butcher shop which he will reside in Lethbridge. which is to be built next to their present building. This will be the third butcher shop in town when it is completed. John. Llewelyn has completed the excavation for the new building oi 1 the Grassv Lake Pilot. It is to be PIANOS From Factory Home to" have in stock the larg- est and most complete line of strictly high grade pianos and Inner Players, ever shown in Southern Alberta. Before buying a piano you owe it to yourself to investi- gate our From Factory to Home and Easy Payment selling plan. Old pianos and organs tak- en in exchange at their actual value. for catalog and prices. MASON RISCH PIANO CO., Ltd. CONSERVATORY BLDG. F. E. McCAW, LOCAL MGR., Lethbridge P. O. Box 418 Recruits Wanted For the 25th Battery of Can- adian Field Artillery to attend camp in Calgary, June 14-26. The battery have practices every evening at the City Market commencing at 7.30 o'clock. a two story brick building. The printing' press is to bu in UK- basc- im-ui, wink- the lim iloor is to have ullicc and enough space at one sidy ior a store. It is expected thai the building will be finished in about two or three weeks' time. K. R. bone, ot tue Union Bank oi j Canada Maclcoa, arrived in town on {Saturday to take the place oi u. :u. Uavjdsou, who has bmi transferred to that branch of the Union Bank oi Canada. A very sad death occurred in rown on Monday last when Mrs. Milton Wiicatk-y dieu after a short illness of less than two weeks. To make it doubly lad Mr. Wheatley and his wife had only come here recently from Virginia, and have no relations n this country. The iuneral took place on Thursday and was very largely attended. The C. P. R. intend to start work at once on the new water tank and pipe line to the river. The piping has already arrived and it is only a matter of a few days before they start to work. There is to be a pumping station to be built at the river nine miles north -nt'lie-re, where the water will be pumped to the tank, at the station. When ttiis tank is completed the Spokane liver and all the regular trains will have to stop here. nearly completed now will make an imiuense'diCercnce in the railway fa- cilities of Grassy Lake. D. L. Kimball, who has been in the real estate business here, has sold out and has moved to Lethbridge. This will, be one more .real estate man to boom Lethbridge investments. J. W. Haley, of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting his brother, Geo. W. Hal- ey, of Haley Bros., lumber mer- chants, Tor a few days. A. Messrs. Christie and Oliver, of Win- ona, Minn., who havc- just recently come to town, have bought a 3fi h.p. Rurnlcy engine. from Scott and Car- miners, the Rumley Co.'s agents here. Already they have some larare HAYS HAIR HEALTH] NEVER FAILS TO RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOR and BEAUTY. Satisfy Yurutf h Ntw far SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE Cut this adv. out and mail with your name and address, and 10 cents to PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES CO. 30 Cliatbn St., Newark, N J..U.SA. HOLD-UP MEN WERE SET FREE (Cntiuucd from front Sold by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HtGlNBOTHAM CO. working ia the yards here of the Citi- zens Lumber Co., Ltd., has been giv- en the position of foreman of the new yard lately opened in Chin. J. M. Kulm has taken over the foremanship of the yard here as A. L. Blythe has given up that position in the yard. Monday, May 1C, to Mr. With the new station which is and Mrs' J' G' Robinson. a son. Grassy Lake is steadily improving as we have now a Chinese laundry. It is to be started next week by a Celestial by the name of Mat Chew, of Macleod. WINNIPEG MARKETS Horses Wanted Twenty teams for gun horses Jor the 25th Battery of the Hold Artillery. Full pir'icu'ars will he furnished uron application to Major Stewart. Winnipeg Man.. May 30: OPTIONS Wheat- Open. Close. May S6y> .inly ssy> Oclober S5% (lift of "noi in the Coal Creek hold-up ease in which Fred Varlow, ex-provincial policeman, and Nat Bab- cock were charged with' being panics in the hold-up. The two Belanger boys, wno had admitted their complicity in 'the crime, were witnesses against Varlow and liabcbck, and the corroboratlou of their evidence by other witnesses was die task undertaken by the crown. The verdict was a surprise to many, the general opinion seeming 10 be that the best that the defendants could hope for was a disargeement, but the jury saw it differently and acquitted the two men. The cross examination of Varlow, the last witness for the defence, was concluded on Friday and H. Koss, K.C., spoke to the jury for three hours making a very exhaustive review of the evidence and using every scrap t matter that could be made to help 15 clients. It was generally conceded to be his esc effort before a local court, and tidging by the result, carried weight vith the twelve men to whom it was uldressed. W. A. Macdouald, K.C.. represent ng the crown, took much less time .nan did Mr. Ross, speaking but an though in that hour he weut cfrer the main features of the evi- dence, making perhaps, the best im- pression upon his hearers in his an- alysis ot" that portion of the evidence describing the occurrence of the act- ual hold-up on the night ot" the I'Jth of Feburary as given by Quinney, Baird, ihe three boys who witnessed CLOSING CAbH PRICES No. 1 Ni.. 2 Northern............... contracts for ploughing and they ex- -No- 3 pcct to be kept quite busy for a few months. 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Week pf May 30th, 1910 i Smith funny couple the educated feet Singers, dancers, talkers and liatouiscs. Miss Mabel coincdicnjie. Feet of ihc Latest Moving Pictures. A high class and refined program. Electric fans installed and theatre nice and cool. 35c. xs BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 10M02-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Us 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 Promp1. Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press" ar.d "Da.ily LonJdn Eng. Mrs. V. G. Younghusband, oi'Lcth-j bridge, is visiting with Mrs. H. A. )riggs, for a couple ot weeks. Gco. McDonald, oi t-he extra gang on the C.P.R. here, was arrested; last week for being drunk and crcat- ng a disturbance around the hotel. He was trying to pick a quarrel with every person he met, and at last got so bad that he was taken over to the R.N.W.M.P. barracks. His trial came up on Saturday last and he was given the choice of ?10 and costs or one month in Lethbridge jail, but, he chose the fine and paid up. F. E. Mason, Plarry Cornell and ai couple of landseekers passed through town last night on their way to Medicine Hat. J. H. Millard, of the Farmers' Lumber Co., Ltd., Lethhridge, has been in town the last few days look- ing after the interests of the Lumber Co.'s branch yard here. H. A. Driggs left las Monday for a. week's business trip to both Leth- hridge and Great Falls, Mont. Milton Robinson, who has a 3ti h.p. Rumley outfit, has been doing his 1 share of breaking around here, but' reports very slow progress as water is so hard to get. He has just finish- ed breaking over a hundred acres for W. R. Bell, of Spokane, Wash., but j iiad to quit before he finished it all, j as he couldn't get any water within j Jive miles. j Mrs. 0. W. Larson has returned 1 from Lacota, N. where she has been visiting her sister the last month or so. C. Booth has bought a new outfit, for his barber shop and has added an- other chair, and has hired another barber. This looks as if the barber business is improving here. His shop looks quite a lot, better now, every- thing being new. S. A. Buchanan, of the Grassy t Ukc Security Co., Ltd., spent three days las; week in Lethbridge, visit- ing his brother, W. A. Buchanan M Grassy l.akf was xvHl represented at ihr Medicine Hal land sale, as fpiite a number of the citizens went down to buy land. It was very high! some of them got a few nicc'i pieces of land. S. T. Elford has returned from Winnipeg, where he has been on a business trip. Mrs. Dr. Reber left- yesterday for i Montreal. She had just recently corac out from the cast to meet her husband, who owns two sections of land fifteen miles south of here. Dr. Reher expects to join net in the East in about'three weeks or so. Henry Reginbat who has No. 2 Flax 43 .1 75 EXPRESS Pony Express Wagons, Warranted .to carry 500 pounds No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Strongly Built poke eels C. W. GRAY Round Street Next Dallas Hotel PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO. DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FIGGINS SERREL, Props. OFFICE 410 Round 632 WHEN UNEEDUS RING UP 032 Trunks stored. Quick, Clean, Up-to-date Service. Trunks delivered to any part of the city 25c and 50c. it, their running to Varlow to tell Mm of what; was going on, and the evi- dence of Varlow himself explaining his actions upon that occasion.. The charge to the jury of His Lord- ship. Chief Justice Gordon Hunter, His Lordship left For Cranbrook, way, last Sunday night, will probably where he will preside at a short ses- j sion of the. assizes court this week, returning to Fertile on the 7th of .June wlien the jury is ordered to again re- port for duty. The case arising out come tip for trial. Young Streeter. whom it is alleged killed Riley by a blow of his fist, will probably be .tried upon some charge not yet formulated. was brief, concise and to the point, occupying but a few minutes. of the death of L. Riley at Dorr, 30jcdlgary win miles south of here, on the G. N7. rall-JRed Deer. j The C.N.R. line from Edmonton to at Do You Feel All Tired Out? Do you feel dull, listless, and have you that all-gone, no-ambition, don't-care-to-work feel ing? If so you have spring fever BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS Is Without a Doubt It Has Been Used-by Thousands Every Spring for Over Thirty Years as A SPRING MEDICINE ;