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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Sydney Jackson returned last light ii'oia a. three-months' visit to ur honie in Clinton, Ontario. j. S. Lambert has been chosen of the reorganized Macleod l-'Jro iriga.de. About-forty; immigrants came in last night from the south bound for Claresholm, and Calgary other Alberta points. 0. B. Dunham, came in last week from. Missouri- find located on the of land he bought near Coal- lale. Bo will build a house and right away.- Tke Department of Education has Authorized the Ltthbridge School Ibigtrict to issue the dcben- where, the shaft will bo sunk, the work will be' rapidly forward The mines at Coloman are working full force .turning out about tons a 'day. The gas-well borers are making good progress, with tho drilling, some the city to spend the summer. J. A. Palmer, of the Dominion Urokerago Co., is spending a few days in the city- his bro- ther-in-law, S. Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Slater of Vancouver, B.C., who have been visiting Mr. and times as much as twenty feet E j KJ1I> returned bome drilled' in the course of twenty-four! So far they are down about n Mr. and Mrs. J. ft. Currie ot 1070 leet. and arc still in the sand-} x, I JNorth Bttttleford, Sask., are expect- stone-formation. There is over 1500' foot, of water well-which shows that Chcro is a strong pressure to keep it so high. FRIDAY. M, A. S tether from Berlin, is in -the city todayr He will locate at Warner. Thos. Wilson of Michigan is in the city and will locate on Gammage- 'arm which he has purchased, urea for the erection of the new Gen S. Hays, a former O.P.R. conduc- ml sckool. f. uittru Ibolumbia Kestaurant; brought n tho 'action tho celestial proprietor for dismissal. She was hired a month but at the end of a eek, was paid and dismissed, fiaglstrate Humphries ordered the 'hink to pay her more and also he costB of the court. Commencing today, the Railway 'ostal service on' the Macleod and Hua will be changed from ed to arrive .either tonight or Sun- day night to attend the funeral of the late John L. Stovall. Mrs. Cur- is Mrs. Stovail's sister. John Herron, if. P., has written the Board of Trade acknowledging their telegram re bounty on lead, suy ing that he will have pleasure in giv- ing his hearty support to the mea- sure, continuing the bounty The monthly notices, of new post TUESDAY. The Socialists, are organizing at Tuber. Mrs. (Bishop) Van Orman, of Tab- or, went to Salt iake City this mor- ning. Medicine Plat has feet of water mains on the streets, or about nine miles. John D. Anderson and John Buc North Battleford, Sask., are in tiae'cident that a- station .east of on the cn.y, ver. be Lethbridge local to the regular facleod p4id Calgary trains A bag- cage be reestablished oii he Lethbridge local on- -which a lock >ag from Calgary will be brought to cltj. The of preferred stock re- ently issued the'Lethbridge Wool en Mill Co., to cover the expense -in the development ttnd ex- o'f the business is being, rap- ;lly subscribed.. This issue of stock sJIords an excellent opportunity for 'ocal people to a good filing. This morning Judge Winter grant- lid the request of Edress Gardiner and Ifsdward -Holmes, the alleged cattle hiedee, for bail. The bail is -placed at a personal surety :or tvto others'-for i jach or three1 Jor .each. The sureties have- not yet- arranged T; R. Nelson of Montreal, assistant general manager of the Credit Fon- Goo. H. Gowan of Edmon- ton, manager for Alberta are .-fn-the city today. The latter is renewing acquaintances in the city. The funeral of the lat'e John L. Stovall will take place at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from' St. Augus- tin's. Church. The Old-Tuners will attend in a'body and "Rev. j; S. Wsorial surety arranged. 'Andrew McCormack of Ottawa, Ont., j eminent lumberman whoSL j was .reported in yesterday's' 'lerald as talcing place on SaturdVji tlx; father of Mrs. P- of this city. ;eached Ottawa on 'ore her father's death. Mr, Me-} seventy-nine years j The Frank Paper says: E. W. 7-.VI-: retired bust-1 hardt. formerlv with the TTninn r_ j here, tor on this- line has returned from Fort William find will run on the Medicine Hat local. understand that Mr. Harry .M; Beeby, bookkeeper to John Gunn Sons, expects to leaver for South America this spring where he has been offered an appointment on a coffee plantation. Miss A. Witwer of; New Ham- burg, Ontario, sister of S. C. Witwer is expected to arrive here on April 2nd to take a position with the Good Co. As the company are putt- ing in a stock .ot groceries they are increasing their staff next month. An unusual sight greeted'the pass- ers-by on Hound'..Street'''this morn- ing. It isi stated by an old-timer that never since 1898 when there was a rush of settlers to the Edmonton district from, Montana has a yoke of oxen been- seen in the city. This morning d-pair; of oxenr newly broken down street. Mrs. J. JU Calder and her; treal. Mrs. .Caider has been advised trealf Mrs. advised account of ill health' to a different. climate.-. She'will betjaway for. an indefinite -time and will go to Muskoka when the winter is over. Her many friends trust that she will soon return, completely restored to health. -Many -friends will be" interested to that after the enquiry into the amount of business between, the two cities of Lethbridge and Winnipeg, he _ finds that at the pres- ent time it -would be entirely out of the question to put a through sleep- ing service between these cities. He expects to be in the city shortly and will explain the difficulty more fully then. F- H. Miner of-- Marion, Iowa, came in. last night with a car of effects for city having arrived on Sunday to at- Crow's Nest, Sundial, north of this v tend the funeral" of the late John L. and Hearriieigh, near Jbtigh iti- Stovall. Hev. C. C. McLaurin of Calgary, Chivers' will -be the officiating cler- At a meeting of F. C. Cook's cred- and J. W. Kean were appointed in- pointed .assignee. L. Vrooman and J." Keen were appointed in- spectors. These- gentlemen are giv- big their services gratis and will look into and wind up the claims. Talk about financial stringency. A local business taoa told the Herald this morning of one of his customers giving'them a three months' note in payment of account on -March 18th and instead of taking tha three months allowed, paid it in full on the 27th, just, nine days .General Superintendent A. Price has written the Board of Trade say- have the accused us yet got -their I learn of the marriage of Y. S. Shep- jard, the well known young real es- to Miss eldest i'hter of Xr. and Mrs. T. Colin n. of VarTeouver. The happy j event took-place'on March 21 at'the avtiful home of-the hrida's parents, smd Mrs: Shepard arived in the and are registered .at the 'fiiese about five years ago, and and who has been filling the Ing the past two or three years has position of manager temporarily at Magiath.: Jacob Kaspari another superintendent of Baptist Alberta, arid Thos; Underwood, of Calgary, managing director of the Diamond Coal Co., arrived last night to attend the, funeral of tbe late J. W. Sinclair at Diamond City this af- ternoon. The Ferine Ledger says: Mr. Louis Stockett, general manager Pacific Coa.1 Co., has taken up- his residence at Hosmer in. order to be. near the important engineering work he is upon at Hosmer. Mr. Stock ett is very- popular among his work- ers anu will be welcomed as a citizen of our valley- Capt. H. H. Boss has purchased the steamer "City of Medicine Hat" from the company which built and operated the boat last year. Capt. Ross, it .is understood, will continue to tun the steamer from. Medicine Hat to points up tae river and will handle the supplies .for the Southern Alberta Land Company's operations at Bow Eiver. Enquiries are being made by a firm of solictors in England respecting the whereabouts of {Jeorge Alfred Pearse, who came to Canada in March, 1906, and-was last Heard of in Kenora in the fall of that, year. Any informa- tion regarding turn will be gratefully received, and he himself will hear something to his advantage by com- municating witir tse Cuisiiilssloner o: Immigration. Winnipeg, Manitoba. The funeral" of the Hate John L. Sto- vall yesterday afternoon wtis very largely attended. Eepresentatives of nearly every business 'in the city were present while a large 'number of stand. The government mine inspector who came here in connection with the happened in the this morning's train j thoroughly examined mine, left by after having SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown with it and pronounced himself fully satisfied with things as he found them. Warren Porter, son ot the popular manager of -the P. Burns Co.'s store here, met with a painful accident few days ago while playing by wounding his knee so severely as to require constant surgical -attend- ance in toe effort to absorb the li- quid gathering around the knee-cap and prevent the leg aecoming stiff. Mr. D. N. McPhee of the Mercantile Co. has been appointed agent for the Lethbridge Steam ladndry and re- ports that business is increasing rap- idly. Mr. Beck, of Taber, recently' a citi- zen of" Coleman, is in town today re- newing old 'friendships and incidental ly transacting some business. Mr. Henry, local organizer of the Eagle's Society accompanied by his wife, is a" visitor in town and will address tbe local lodge tonight at their regular meeting. Mr. Frank Graham, our enterpris- ing barber and tobacconist, is erect- ing a building adjoining his present block, into which the stock ol the present drug store is to be removed, while the premises thus to be vacat- ed will be used as an ice-cream-par- lor. Nelson PHONE 21 Fraser LETHBttlDOE THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II 12 Mike tt fe Pvcbstr Hm the best if Lois Sditi Liberal Teras lake Sdes M Cray Itf h Ltffe Trieti M Ltw Prices Se9 AaydiMf 160 Acres Lands around Warner, Milk Birer, Stirling, _ Raymond, iiagrath, Lethbridge and Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat lands i -i i_ j f Edgar Holmes, one of our pbp-: ular councillors, 'has been busying himself wtile enduring the rigors 'of quarantine during the past few weeks by building an -addition to his resi- dence. Mr. Watson. Mr. Hilling 'and Mr. Willmot are. busy getting lumber and' other material on their lots to be in poor health; THURfDAY. i Cowley, left Saturday, evening for i Calgary, to which "place he had been s transferred at the time of being sent The O: W. Xerr Co. took a bunch [to Cowley. Before leaving a number f land Milk River his friends gathered at the Im- lorning. {perial hotel and presented him with John "stovall was taken to the; a token of, esteem in the form of a f-iospitul yt-sterday afternoon to un-j purse of in gold. jicrgo au.operation today. S. H. Ksrrc-p, Magrath ktid Lethbridge, Winnipeg ?ast night to accept a position with T. Cherry. A. Douglas, night-agent at the 1'tiinion Express Co. office has been Appointed to take Charge of the bag- car between 'Macleod and Cal- The ciise of H, T. Cherry against 4ucob the theft of a of chenille.curtains remand- id for veA yesterday afternoon, The Frank Paper says: Word has come from Edmonton that. A. 'G. Treile, .formerly of Frank and Cole- man, has the. misfortune recently to bad fracture of the leg. ,He was riding suffer a bones of one from his mine to town when his horse fell on him. ..It was stated at one time that he would likely lose the leg but. nothing definite'as to: i that has been learned. A. B. Gushing, manager for Cush- ing Bros. Co.. Ltd., of Calgary, i River this morning with a car of immigrant movables; C. Pk. Hale of N. with a car, -in- cluding- seven horses, -and effects went to Warner today. J. M. Hale- from Enderlin K.D., came also with a car of effects. Both went to Warner. All went out this morning. C: H. Gray from Omemee, X.D., yester- day with a car to set-tie at Leth- bridge. MONDAY Fred Roberts has returned from a "holiday trip to England. W. R. McLain and wife, of Bottin- eau. N.D., are among recent arrivals in the city. W. H. Fairfield and wife returned on Saturday night from a trip to Idaho and Colorado. Miss Mildred Coons Of Stavely, is i who has been visiting in the city re- in the city today in the interests of j turned home this mornin I his firm. 3ir. Cushins hae nothincr i The ic prosecution'not bemi? ready nothing (-nut good words for Southern Alber- Old Timers attt nded in a body to pay [reauy to start building operations as their last tribute of respect to an soon as the snow is gone and the TnoTi-ihpr of their bodv. The weather permits. IP YOU WISH TO BUY .WINTER WHEAT HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all "parts' of the Lethbridge restrict.-; n" HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge service was held in St. Augustin's church by the rector S. Chi- vers and from there t-Tfe body was interred in the England cemetery. The pall-bearers '-were .member? of the .Old-Timers, Messrs. .Thos. McNab, Wm. Henderson, J.D. Higinbotham, J., .H. Fleetwood, H. Macbeth, A. L. Eeyes, C. B. Bowman, E. A. Sharrnan, J. F. Eodgers.and D Brodie The massive oak casket was covered with beautiful floral tributes from Mends. EAGLES' JOLLY SMOKER (From Tuesday's Daily) do it, we do it well is a. maxim which- the Eagles try to ob- serve always. The smoker given by the local nest last night was a huge success and the committee are being congratulated on the way the affaii was managed. The out-of-town Eagles came from Mr. Manthome, local agent lor the MasOn Piano: recently sold one of their fine Metrostyle Pia- nolas :to Mr. D. C. N. R. TO COAST Vancouver, March .Canad- ian-Northern will send out engineer- ing parties season to siirvey the route from Edmonton to the coast. The .terminus will probably be one'of ttfo places, the head of Butte inlet or Bella Coolia, which is about half way between Vancouver and Prince Ru- pert. proceed. j ta. He stated that business the ,T B .bridge Fire Department arrived this i'IedlCllle Hat" Pincher Creek' in holm, Seattle, and Victoria. i fe- local I'.G impossible for the department to j tc any applications sent in lifter that date. This applies to In his opinion outlook for our; city, is brighter than that of_ any other city in the fc rm jprovincc- Trade has increased more homesteaders ns well as to those, on ri a i curing tho past few weeks m South- patented lands. When returning from rountry yesterday, A.V. R. morning. J. W. McKean and wife have re- turned from their trip -to the Old Country. K. H. Davidson resumed his duties as principal of Westminster School j cr'n -Alberta than in any other the north j trict> Dobbin, in j this morning. Every Eag-le had been looking for- ward to having a rousing- time, and they all turned out. bringing-with j them birds bf a different feather. The whole flock numbered, four hundred} and fifty. G-us Neidig presided. The program CHARGE AGAINST MAGIS- TRATE Toronto, Ont., March trate Woodcock, ot Newmarket, was arraigned today before Judge Win- chester oh three indictments. Two of the charges are perjury and the third is. fraud.... He pleaded not guilty. Before Judge Morson, counsel for'Mr. Woodcock moved to hJave the indict- ment quaahed and the case has been enlarged to look into the objections. Lethbridge Markets -ompany with Mr. Baines made a re- run with his automobile. He rovered the Oistance from the- top [of the prctt the coulee on the other side of the' jj-iver to the Hudson Bay corner in 14 ijninutes. On the way he met and pas- JK'd several rips including a :load oi On Monday evening Mrs. Mewburn ugain showed her hospitality by en- tertaining- at bridge. The warmth ;y-drawing room, redolent with the odor of flowers .gave no sus- picion of -the storm without. The players were, Mr. and Sirs. Leth- Who can lower the record? ;and bridge, Mr] and Mrs, Conybeare, Mr. __ Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Nburse, Mrs. Starnes, Miss Duff, Miss Pattcson, Mr. Hyde, Mr. Anderson, PURE FORMALINE Minneapolis, Minn. March 24, 1906. Mr. J. J. Johnston, Druggist, Lethbridge, Alts. Canada. Tpttyxr Sir: I beg to submit you results Mr. Bennett, Mr. McNally. Mrs. Tranmer, and Lethbridge, Mrs. Jj Starnes, -Mr. Arnold and Mr. Tran- t I mer surcceeded in capturing- the prizes. SATURDAY :Mrs. Van Spankeren's many friends', was contributed to by local and out- will be pleased to know that she is side talent. Did they have refresh- improving verV nicely at the hospital and that the reports of her low con- dition arc unfounded. :The funeral Biggins was conducted 01 of on late William the North Ward Saturday after- noon by Rev. J. S. Chivers, rector of St. Aujrustiu's Church, Superintendent Wilson is a "brother of .J. C. Wilson, of Dundas, who has just been nominated as Conservative candidate for the Legislature in North Wentworth, Ontario. A mooting of the Ratepayers' As- sociation will be held in the Fire oi my analysis-of your Form- aldehyde or Formaline. This was analyzed by the "Potash Test" which is used by all an- alysts, and your Formaline is as high as any at least 10 per cent, higher than the average, containing as it does slightly over the high test pf 40 per cent. Enclosed you will find ac- curate analysis which you may publish' if .necessary as 'it-would be a good thing for t'H> mrmers in know where io get such an excellent grade of Formaline as this. Awaiting your pleasure for any other analyses you may wish. Yours very truly, E. PAYNE. .Hall- on Wednesday evening at 8 o'- Judge Winter having concluded the'clock. Important business. Election regular si-t-tings of the District Court of permanent officers. Everybody is returned to Calgary this morning. invited Fred G. Norton and Mrs. Norton bers. mail your, cousins across the sea. one or more of our many suitable i articles for mailing to distant friends ments Well .you can just reckon they did. They can't see why every- body doesn't get busy and'learn to not to say "Who, who, who'' Piles are easily and quickly checked with Dr.--Sheep's Magic Oinment. To prove it I will mail a small trial box as a convincing test.. .Simply ad dress Dr. .Shoop, Eacine, Wis. I Surely would not send it free unless I was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment would stand the test. Ee- member it is made expressly alone for swollen painful, bleeding or itching either external or internal, jar 50c. Sold by all druggists. piles, Large to attend and- become mem- The Army organized a bunch ot the boys into a tobacco league yester day-with a membership of fourteen. ination At present the league is connected first ize fieed Qn Timv with the Sunday School tut if the i Ggc membership justifies it it will be SEED OATS FOR bushels choice "Silver Mine" oats, perfectly free from weed seeds. Government germ- Grown from such as LETHBRIDGE LETS, PHOTO ducted as a separate organization. Administration of the estate oi James Welsh of Albion Ridge granted by the District Court on the store city. For sampe or fur- ther .information apply to 223 J. F. HAMILTON, Room -1. Whitney Lethbridge. Wheat- No. 1 Northern........................... 84 No- 2 Northern............ 81 No. 3 Northern........................ 74 No. 4 Northern. 57 No. 1 Alberta Red 82 No. 2 Alberta Red 79 No. 3 Alberta Red 69 (Ms- No. 1 White................................. Tpfc No. 2 White........................... 6S Oats .................per cwt-----1.20 Barley ...............per cwt----- 82 Flax .................per bus 80 Dressed Poultry- Turkeys ..............per lu..... -20 Ducks ................per Ib..... 18 Geese .................per Ib..... IS Chickens per Ib. 14- Cattle on Steers per Ib.......... 3J Cows per Ib.......... 3 per cwt per cwt Now is to make when you are session of yonr faculties A'Tmst Company is the most competent executor under a Will, giving continuous service -which is impossible with an individual executor. Make a will and appoint tnis Company your executor. Write for little booklets about wills sent free on application. THE TRUSTS AND fiDiRANTEE lip. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Eeserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetutkivin Judicial District? Advisory Board f 07 Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. Turner Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 Firsjt Street West, Calgary. THE' WEATHER Calgary, cloudy Letbhridge, fair Medicine Hat, cloudy Battleford, fair Prince Albert, cloudy. Swift Current, snow 15 31- 20 14 26: 22 Regina, snow 24 Minnedosa, cloudy 22 Winnipeg, fair 22 Port xXrthur, cloudy Bulletin. From Central Office -6 4 4 0 -2 -12 Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed -to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass etc. H. FOWLER CO. L.ETHBR1DGE. An area of high pressure is passing over the western provinces and much colder conditions have in. northern parts of Alberta and Sas- katchewan and in Manitoba below zero temperatures have been general. Snow has fallen in Alberta and Sou- thern Saskatchewan. and cold, generally, except local snow falls in Manitoba. March 23..................: 55 24........................ 43 26 27 23 30 34 24. 20 30 47 32 20 5 o 21 SUPPORT DR. DU VAL London, Ont., March Pres- bytery of L pnddn' has unanimously carried a motion'in favor of'the nom- ination of Dr. Du Val ,of Winnipeg as moderator next general assembly. THE HEALTH OF THE PREMIER Lonon, March following bulletin was issued this 'morning, re- garding the condition of Premier Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman: "The premier had a comfortable day yesterday, he also had a good night, and he is not weaker this morn- ing-" per cwt per SOUVENIR BOOK-! POST CARDS OF! j2Sth inst. to George H. Welsh, bro- r.ithcr of the deceased. AdministrMt'.oiij with will amended of the of I ____ Rev. Charles McKillon in-., pi mi! TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS j tho Court on the IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST-j iMst'' tb McKillop, lii.i MAS CARDS jdow. The Alberta Drug Store are to be complimented the artistic effect of their window decorations. The symbols of Easter are tastefully ar- -TV r.! ranged. Take a look as you pass and Dispensing Chemtste' and imbibc lhe spirit of FOR SALE S.BVKN IMPORTED CLYDKSDALK LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. STALLIONS, full at quality, weight! Onions find breeding; aged from one year to j I'arsnips six- years, "and sired by-such noted Carrols sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, Marmion and Bainson. Prospective Live Dressoci Sheep: Live Dressed j per Ib. Creamery per Ib '55 Potatoes Turnips buyers driven from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CARGILL. Peigan Creek Horse Hunch. TJp'and Blue Joint per Green or frozen per Ib. Dry flint skins Via Seven Persons, Alta. Cured hidcs per Ib 3 to 3J The Taber Free Press says it has it on good authority that the 0. W. Kerr Co. intend bringing a lot of tiers into the Taber district during the coining summer. This is what we need find know of no other dis- i I triet that affords greater opportuni- ties th'an the Taber district. Will sell H Sect-ions of good level farm land, four miles south of WoodpeqJker twelve miles from Taber, at your own price. The Lethbridge Herald Letter A Will exchange City Property for Farm Lunus or Farm Lands for City Property We have the buyers. List your property with us ;