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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta cum ovtiaitfwifc. JULBURN'S PILLS I aa4 vfth aMBWffBiMri For 70 Mflea eifed Uy MUhartfi Hwrt and PilU, Hy uri inarlnOh- and it onl? tcok aix to do it. I a Him. Wekatt, aad I kir ta uj tkwa thty a eura. I can nudorM thwr for aflictcd I Price; 50 oimU a bor, 3 for it all or nwbxl direct on receipt of by Mflbara Co., Luaiwd. Toronto, Oat. WILL AWAIT JUDGE'S REPORT Ottawa, Gorern- uent will await the report of the: finding of Mr. Justice Cassels as to any he may hare to ex- ist in connection with the" Marine Department investigation before in- stituting -Criminal proceedings against foe parties Return Framing Nov. moat ivuiirkable ia wan to C. P, B today by Mr. W. C, Jordan, of Mills, a thriving lamber contra ia the Teamkamlng district. "It between, the ratthmind perial Limited; a sad a cari- boo. As Mr. Jordan was way to the train on the Kippeva branch Ime in the Thursday, he noticed a V trio ol abroad iu the dava on the Quebec side of the boundary, where sea- son for-big game is still open. They were Hoji. James Whippk, chkl game warden of the State, sod Mr. W, 'E. Johiistoa whose (nine rivak that of President Roosevelt as one of the big game hunters of Ameri- ca. They haJ been iu the district about a" week. Their rifles had been buatf, and lie the of them as he was whirled along in tiie branch coach. When he got iato the day coach cm the main line at Mattavt, Mr. Jordan saw a moose and'.cariboo, feat wW haar ata AI nwv v ray af UgJift la iiinsir Inhere hot times in during tbt> local option Aght. Vwter- day-morning the locul R.X.W.M.P. got message to future a certain THE GARDENING in It is not umlerstood .the .Eajst, taought Mr. Lawrence, us a result of agriculturar ex- periments 'carried on in various'parts of_ the about 30 man who was going south but who wanted as a witneac in the scrap cases' The police had no description the man so they got Ernest wood, the A. H. 4 I. mecaenger boy to go through the train and call out the manrs name. hhnaeU known and was taken charge of by the officer. Over the phone, however, he managed to persuade the at Claresholm that his evidence would be of 'no' use. 'A Clareshohu'degoatch to ths'Cal- gary Albertan scys: The aftermath of "he would from time'to time leave his" massive head and anUm like branches re, and the canboo with' afatlers haxdly of bwfe Mk. a bow bent the At Fort which directkS? of -the neck, and plentitally by an indirect route 700 mile, north swinging there grown liuu bushels of wheat, and farming are, being successfully the local option battle in CUreaholm. promises to of unusual public in- terest. The fight waa.a keenly con- tested, one and there is a great of bitterneM V bciog showa on boti Itotsons Bank Established 1866 337MM 67 Branches in Canada Ageata and eorreapoodeuU in ail principal cities and towna in thftOJuted aVacconat Interest allowed from data of depo- sit at highest current rate. A general. banking business Out of the 188 votos-voled, 58 were 1 was not at home, was that to When the station of Deux was Cached-it was" thought race vas .milted oa the would endrlwt no; even ?hen the by Vne up-to-date roller process flour animals'might apparently have got Spring wheat fully matures m ahea'd-as the train slowed on occasions in seemed to think it was unsportsmW- Sti.daj's. -At the Experimental like to sneak away. They, plunged in-Ottawa there is. wheat from boldly two rivers which weighs 64 pounds across opposite ttw bushel. shore as the-train was still on the -During the1 past season wheat rip- bridge. _On: swept the train and ened in the''whole district before the on rushed'the fleet-footed animals, earliest frost and' averaged y It after 10.30 when Northem. the matchless contest began. For) VEGETABLES AND FBUIT more thin'two hours it was. kept np. lTa" addition to the wheat, vegetab wom in.. The.locl option people Get cmr PRICES! on gated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siting Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock coinin Office aud Factory urns mm Telephone 153 I YvlSattSt PW195 Actually Pays for Itself in CoU Cash IN SAVING at least 25 per-cent of the fuel bills IN REDUCING the time usually spent in the kitchen by one-quarter IN ELIMINATING the distasteful dnidgeity necessary to keep the common range in presentable con- dition The" cariboo ,wa% the first-to give'out. BUjaet, Bockcliffe, Moor- like, Bass-Lake ard Wylie had been passed. -Rivers oad Creeks had been 'Creek, Green and AbuniCa Creek- each time .the racing animals 'caine i out "Until the- very lasi the "passengers seemed to enjoy the sport "as 'they a horse I and as something better than box 'jirig contest. It was. near Chalk River when" the moose _too, .dropped away sinking down exhausted in a- ie< pine clump. He" had raced not -la short of seventy miles, and seemet to be thinking of a short cut" ove the country as his hea< turned westward. ;fruit have been successfull aised'for'roany years., Tender yar elies of vegetables 'such as squash, mmpkins, cucximbers and tomatoes lave been repeatedly maTtxired In the meth- All kinds of CITY AND DISTRICT Lou Minklcr, son-in-law--Oc A. "B.. FUEL If Canada Ranges were made like other ranges it would be ridicnlons to claim a one- fourth fuel saving But they are not. Even the material is entirely different. Canada ranges are made of malleable iron and riveted together instead of being joined bolts and seams filled in with stove putty. The Canada gives year in aud year oat good economical service that can- not be expected of a common, leaky steel range. adjoumed till case Saturday, eel their. defeat very keenly and last j j A w -i r I having to bail. ight a .leading worker had John I Dahline krrested for perjurs-, claim- 1 There are .threats of "action on the ing 'that he had not- been a resident anti local or three months; as JKfWore he was voters who .they claim swore Threats were made of further, arrests I in voting .for the measure. but up to tonight no others were! Tho hotel men, out of deference to made. The rumor that a number of I their opponents' and the did men had left town to escape punish- 1 not open their bars after-tbe polls meut for illegal voting Js entirely without foundation. closed. There, was no demonstration of "any kind made by the Dahline tried yesterday to engage I the night was one of the quietest P. "j. Nolan for his defence, but Mr.'the history of the town. jpen. garrten. ods of small fruits, -' strawberries, raspberries and currants are raised in abundance, last xear apples were 'reared as far north Lesser Slave B.r A" number" of-apple and plum trees of, the hardier kinds are tieing experimented with at the station at Fort Vermilion and give promise of doing well. _ la all probability the four or five years yr'Al almost sevolutionizs 'The G.T.P- and Canadian Northern all have their eyes turned toward the- vast northern country, and thia enormous, district, I I I The Swt of a Must reveal Tne quiet, unobtrusive character cf a "correct" euit bespeaks good breeding and favor for the wearer. v TIME Much of the time spent in kitchen work is absolutely waited- vaitinf? for the top to become hot in the morning, or the oven to come to baking heat. The Caaada air-tight malleable con- struction saves this time. A piping hot fire in five minutes after opening the drafts is the regular time. I McKeown has -been transferred from the "Calgary Dominion Lands office to the local office. Mr. and Mrs. Mink- ler are living', with Mr. McKeown, Westniinstcr Road. W. IT. the well 'known Cal- gary architect, has opened an office in the Bryan with Ernest E. Corner, a member a( the Birmingham Architectural Association, the Insti- tute of Architects of. Canada, and a specialist in fire proof construction, ventilation, sanitation -and heating, will be in cKarjfe. Mr.. Dodd is the which includes as much agricultural land us is settled west of Winnipeg, will be turned- from a howling wilder- Place Your Orders for OWING Canada is easily cleaned. The nickle- work and oraamentation is specially adapted for easy cleaning. All corners are rounded. No bolt heads or nuts on the face of the doors or medalions. McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd. PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK architect of the -Calgary City and the Regina. .City Hall. In his repdrt -to the Trades carrieft the-hall marks of Quality and gives iaore general satisfaction than any other.- _ AikUri SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. HAMILTON, OST. WINNIPEG, I ness into one of-the richest and ?zo progressive agricultural regions of the Dominion. Owing tq, the present difficulties o transportation and "a: liraitetl niarkefc Mrl liwrence, .although having abso- lute faith Jn the future of this coun- try, deemed it advisable: hot to pour settlers ill until after the railroads were operating. :V Stock raising .has proved profitable and horses winter out without fodder. [While cat tie'require from -three to and I five years will almost revolutionize hall Labor Congress of Canada, Organiz- er Pettipiece made the following; ref- erence to Lcthbridge: Had a bumper meeting1, bubbling over with enthus- asm and will result in better things or Labor. A strong feeling prevails ero in favor of independent politi- al action. Fine lot of boys, willing o do the right but like too many other towns, too prone-to wait or an outsider to do the job for of wading in and help-j ng themselves. .WITH i r 4 4 Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 lestem nttttTinsiniuiiiis 5 Sstisg Cs P.O. Boi 41 f 266 I While cattle require to be fed from three to', five months Of the 'year there is an abundance of wijd'hay to do it with.: ST. JOHN, DOCTOR DEAD. 'St. John, N.B., Nov. Lu- cius C. Allison, died here today, aged 63. He was in practice about 30 years. 4 Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at any hour of the day or night. Wiring L As installed by us gives the greatest power and f lightest metre 4 Electric 4 h Any quantity. Prices Supplies I Highest cash prices paid for Of good quality In stock at close prices. HIDES. AND FURS McKENznc ar I bmtten 4 Ciltt Ekctrica! and NrtRmt.MrtKiNs Rrdpath St., rmm SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES DAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and vMlTTTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES GOODS A.E. EASTON CO. Tte Iferta Wwy lid fapaiy Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE ZAARKET lib hrtt it tte Mrwl FROM ioWeter M. EACH Also a tew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annam ;