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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY Tier. 'Mr. Hall, lato of Banff, -oeods Rev. F. D. Tyiier, in charge of the parish of Slacleod. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., went to Stirling this morning where ud- -dreases a. meeting tonight. T. Macleod has removed -his from the Letfabridge HoUi block to the Whitney block. Duncan Schell of Kallspel, Most., through this morning with a of settlers' effects, for Grauum; Oeo. Farko has purchased through ,A. E. Ives three lots on Ford St. to the west of Geo. Hogers' residence. He will erect a residence. Miss Preston, of Stirling, arrived -last night to accept a position at the Central School, taking Jliss Mackay's department during her Mrs. Coleman, of Tacoma, Wash., -nrho has been visiting Mrs. E.' N. Higinbotham for the past month, left 2ast night for the east, where she visit sonic months. Mr. and Sirs. Hugh Donnan came in from the Little Bow last night are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. -G. G. K. Nourse. They leave to- morrow to'spend a lew days at Nel- son. B.C. K. S. Bickle of Winnipeg, the agent -of the Obenchain Boyer Co. of Lo- Inda., is in -the city to the test of the chemical engine to prove: it satisfactory before it is taken over by the city. Some one who 'has seen the horses straining at the. Fair Ground has writ ten the secretary of the Agricultural Society suggesting that the grounds 'be called Kewmarket after the fam- ous racing place in England, Through an error in posters toma- toes are quoted lOc. per tin in iHacdonald's salei bills. This should 15c. per tin. However -we will for the balance of the week at lOc. but not more than 2'tins to a Customer. Charles Lee Socrist of Sundial and. Miss Minnie Aletha Walsh of Cedar Bapids, Iowa, were united in wedlock Jjy Rev. J. M. Harrison at the Meth J3-odist Parsonage last night. The hap py couple -Sri 11 reside on Mr. Secrist's j arm at Stradial. H. P. Wilson of the Little Bow left last night for Ireland where ho has accepted a position in Donaghmore Tyrone Co. us manager of an indus- trial concern. He has in the Country for about five years. Dr. Galbraith has returned from attending the meeting of the University Senate at Strathcona. It was his first trip to the north and to the Herald ho expressed the opin- ion that Edmonton had a magnifi- cent location. For natural beauty it could hardly be excelled. The site of the new parliament buildings is grand. "Though he did not make a close inspection of the university site he.liad a glimpse of it from the dis- tance and was very favorably im- pressed. The doctor reports that win- ter is still in control in the north. The new chemical fire engine was officially1 tested this morning partic- ularly for the benefit of some intei- would h'ave given an order for pos- jMjaiou, aa Rooney's claim for im- provements is no reason for his re- uuiiutaiu. possession of the premis- es. The application, was dismissed with coats. L. M. Johnstone for plaintiff; C. F. Harris for defendant. SATURDAY Mrs. E. Birchard-Palmer who is teaching at; Grassy Lake, is spending the week end in the city. H. Smith, of Lan'caster, England, and A. B. S. Smith of un- W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., went Raymond this morning to "spend the day. He will return this evening. Rev. J. G. Mcivor, of OkotoKs, is IN THE PUBLIC EYE t0 conferr- ested itud 100 seven geutleraen from Nanton le and brother respectively, of Mrs. G. E, Hemelryk, arrived lasx to spend a few visiting here. B. W. Wright of Rosthern, is in the city visiting his brother TR. A.Wright. ;Jfr. Wright has sold out his business at Rosthern and wil open a store at Taber. H. J. H. Skeith has made the fol- ed upon him by tho Presbyterian Col lege, Montreal. The Taber Free Press says: Rev. D. Jones has been very ill this week from la grippe. We' are pleased to learn he is somewhat better. The Brewery Co. is converting the old brewery into a bottling house, lowing real estate sales: C. J. Leon- pounds seconds. A pressure was produced There were ,t I o residence to a local party; a ln j residence site for E. U. Ry lands on no I corner of Courtland and Bartlett nor defects detected. The and two lots on Crabb St. was made by -Robert S. of next to A. Hoselton's to Mr. Manson of his prize spring j government for seed fine tho FRIDAY. who will build. The membtrs of the Young Men's Club in reading of the defeat of Hackensc-imidt by Gotch will be in- terested to know that F. A. Maxwell the physical instructor of the club, a few 3'ears ago won a time limit bout from the present world cnam- pion, Frank Gotch. During March the immigrant traf- fic over the C. this point was there being1 over P. R. very Tour to heavy, times as many car loads of settlers' effects Walter Sheppard, who was arreiJt- 3 by-the Mounted Police here, was :'-charged in the District Court at Winnipeg, frojn whom the engine was purchased. On account of the high wind a proper test could not be made. All who desire to witness a thorough test should be on hand this evening at 7 o'clock. The engine will not be- taken over by the coun- cil until it has been proved -perfect. W. H. Spackman of Stirling sold two .carloads wheat to the grain. The wheat was a sample and took third place in "Farm Crops" trophy competition, and Is but an example of what Stir- ling land and farmers-can produce. shipped here there were in March last year. More than fifty cars cam? to Lethbridge during the month. The Southern Alberta Baseball League will likely be a "go" now as ihe Macleod club has at- last got or- ganized and is preparing to enter a team A convention for the pur- pose of organizing the league will be in Macleod on the 15th 'to which each club-will send two dele- gates. Several towns along the Crow and the C. and B. have strong teams this year and a good league should be organized. The Methodist putting in brick' walls instead of the old wooden partitions. T. J. Simons left last night for Weyburn, Sask., where he will take charge of a branch that the Leth- bridge Brewing Malting Co. are opening there. W. J. Nelson, of Nelson Fraser, has returned from a months' trip to his home in Brantford, and other .eastern points. A. H. Legge and J. E. Mercer of John Douglas Hazen, the new pre- mier and attorney general of New Brunswick, is a son of the late James K. Hazen, and was born at Oromocto, Sunbury county, on 'June .6, 1860. His mother was a daughter of the late Hon. John A. Beckwith. Mr. Hazen secured his education at the collegiate school, Prederieton, and at the Uni- versity of New Brunswick. He was x: .tiled to the b'ar in 1883. From 1882 to 1890 he was registrar and treasurer of his university and at the present THE STORE OF is a member of the senate. He was an alderman of Fredericton for three years and was mayor for two years. On September 22, 1884 he married Ada, second daughter of .Fames Tibbits, of Fredericton. He moved to St. John in 1890. In the following' year at the general elec- tions Mr. Hazen was returned to the Commons for St.John city and county, j He was .an unsuccessful candidate at the general elections.in 1896. .He surveyors, arrived in j wa.s elected representative for Sud- Saturday night to take SEED! SEED 1 FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Tho coal mioes at Mitford, near Calgary, are being worked again. Messrs. Rose and Bell shipped two carloads of horses to Stratbcona this morning. .T. McKelvic and Miss F. Kc- Kelvie returned "to. their home in Brandon Tuesday. W. Blair formerly with J. D. inbothajn Co. has "-one to Toronto to spend a fexv months at his home there. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reynolds returned last nigrht from a six weeks' trip through California Mexico. and parsonage was the A. L. .foster has started seeding on his farm south of Lethbridge scene quiet little, wedding last contracting parties being Christian Jensen' of Lethbridge, and Caroline Sand of Denmark. The cere- mony was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. some spring wheat having been sown this m If .Macleod, with obtaining- money under j ij false pretences from 'j. McMillan, oft If Medicine Hat imposes jt'Cowley. fie was remanded for sen- j I S100 fee on opera houses Willis until tomorrow. Cosgrove will cancel their lease W. L. Hamilton has sold ais Opera House in that city. residean- on. Cutbill St. -_3 J L. i Hon. W. T. Flnlmr g-Tohnston, C'.P.R. conductor. UTts. {riculture. has headed o.t Christenson of the city, xne bride had just arrived in the city yester- day afternoon having left her home a in Denmark three weeks ago. MONDAY the -city part in the surveying, of the Leth- bridge-Macleod road. C. F. Harris went to Edmonton this morning to argue the Houk ap- peal case before the full Supreme Court en bane. The Court sits-to- morrow and the Houk case will pro- bably be taken on Wednesday. If Charlie Palmer will call at the Post Office he will learn news to his advantage. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts will please communicate with "the postmaster. Rev. Prof. Kilpatrick, formerly of Manitoba College, Winnipeg, is like- ly to be made principal of Knox Col- i 23- 1877. lege, Toronto. He is'well known in Lethbridge. Milton L. Scott, formerly of Tab- at the general elections of 1899 and soon after became leader of the Op- position. He was re-elected in 1903. William Melville Martin, who was selected at a convention of the Liber- al party; held at Regina January, to contest the Dominion constituen- cy of Segina in the next election is a barrister practising at Segina, a mem- ber of the firm of Balfour Nelson Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBTEUDChE He is the son of Rev. Presbyterian Huron, Ont., and ?.r. Martin, of Exeter, born at Nor- wich in the county of Oxford, Ont., during his y-urs- to he received the rudinwit- ucation at" Exeter public school an on y removed ijwtpr. and of his cd- THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II aad !2 er and latterly of Orton, near Mac- leod and well known in, Lethbridge has purchased land and will make his home; in the. future at Gridley, Cal- ifornia, w- The Raymond Rustler reports that Miss Tillie Walton of Taber and Wal- ter Berrysea left, on Saturday for Salt Lake City where they were to be married. at Clinton collegiate'institutf. In the fall of 1894 he entered Toronto uni- versity with first class honors in classics. He attended Ontario Nor- mal school in 1898 and 1899 and ob- tained a specialist certificate in clas- sics. For two years he taught clas- sics and history in Harriston. high last I school, in the county of Wellington. In the fall of 1901 he turned his at- Hamilton and the children -will move to Bellevue during this month, the donation I T. Smellie of Raymond shipped list for the new Medicine Hat with a subscription -of F_ Hamilton is general manager of j 8300. I The fire and' light committee has j ordered the purchase of a Boice hose- wagon at once at a cost of f.o.b. Winnipeg, it being the lowest tender. Leitch Collieries. THURSDAY. Ij- Stratbmore, east of Calgary, kas created a vilage. A new plate glass front is in the Lethbridge hotel. The O. W. Kerr Co. Took a-car of seekers to Warner this morning. 1, The F. E. Mason Land Co. took a of land buyers south this mor- feiing. r John A. Silver went south, to Salt I'Lake City this' morning- to the Con- fvention of Latter Day Saints to be there next week. ry last week. D. E. Hunter, of Dayton, O-, the The case af dropped Cherry vs. Sawchuck yesterday, the latter agreeing to return the curtains to W. D. Ransom of -Canton is in the today to- see the tests of .the chemical engine. His town is of investing in one. J- O'Brien, barrister of Wetas- wns in the city last night on way back from Cardston where fche was on professional business. Taber is experiencing a wheat sell- ling boom now, grain: being shipped Jiifroin there every day. The C.P.R. in extra trackage for this A. .CazicT of Cazier Bros, of Card- city looking after in connection with ;he Lethbridge-Mac- Chairman Fleetwood went over to the Central ,v School yesterday and rang- the fire alarm. Inside of thir- ty-five seconds the school was tied. W. A.'Bo wins of Pontypool, .Ont., Kidwar, of Hazell, JT. D.f ar- rived last night over- the C.P.R. with carloads of effects to -settle in bridge. K. Hayes of 3Iontpellicr, Idaho, and-A. J. Stone of. Kalispel. came in over the south line on: their way to settle "at G-leichen and Crossfield respectix-ely. The Cameron ranch including ab- out a township and-a half of land. founder of New Dayton, was in the city yesterday. The iTaple Creek Signal announces that P. W. Downer has resigned from the Maple Creek Council. Hoselton has ordered a com- plete new barber shop outfit to re- place that burned a week ago. Geo. G. Ross of the Brown Hancb St. in.tha city yesterday Fred McFariand of Moose Jaw ac- companied him. S. Duiibar has begun-work on the excavations for a double house be- side the Arlington Hotel. The build ing will be of 'brick and will be rent- ed. The convention of the Canadian Union.of Municipalities which was to have taken place at (Medicine Hat this summer has been dropped for this year owing to the. Quebec Ter- As a lady and ;three .children were driving down Hedpath "St. yesterday the team suddenly took fright and soon were beyond control, although, the driver, a lad of 12. years of age, pluckily hung onto them. When opposite the Bank. of Montreal D. g, taking- is. the situation, rush- ed to the horses heads and succeeded! n stopping them. and preventing1 what might have been a serious ac- cident as the horses were heading for the coulee. TUESDAY H. Sampson, from Douglas, N. D. arrived last night witH a car 'of ef- fects billed for Leth.bridgew Ex-Mayor E. Michener, of. Red Deer president of the Union of Albert Mu- nicipalities, is in the city today. M. Janse, the railway contractor. tention to law, entered Osgoode Hall, where he won second scholarship in his firsthand second years, and also studied law in the office of T. C. Eobinette, K. p., of Toronto. In 1903 he went to Regina and formed a part-j nership with James Balfour. which still exists under the nine of Balfour and Make Good to tlie Pnrcbser the best of Lands Sell oa Liberd Terms Mike Some Sales on Crop Payment Buy> Large Tracts at low Prices Sell Anytliiiig from 160 Acres cp Lands around Warner, Milk Hiver, Scirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat lands came in. from Calgary last night and will stay here to look after his con- tract to grade the line to Macleod. S. Dunbar has taken out a permit for the erection of a two-storej'brick store valued at to be built two lots west of. the Arlington Ho- tel. C.B.'S HEALTH London, April bulletin is- sued this morning -regarding the health of Sir Henry Campbell-Ban- nerman, says that the patient spent a quiet day and a peaceful night. Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Xorthern No. 2 LNTorthern 82 79 northeast- of Lethbridge and just celebration attracting all south of the 'Belly River, is in the contracts building of Sleod short cut. At tne April Fool dance in the Bi- Hall last night, the prizes for jjbcst lady and gentleman dancers I'wcre won by Mrs. Mark White and E. respectively. purchased by the O. TV. has been Eerr Co The local Kerr not confirm the statement but the April number of the .Kerr Land Do-' m's makes the announcement that the deal is through. It is not known what price was paid for the land it is rumored that the figure the eastern men. Some _ one wanting a clothes press badly or perhaps cheap lumber but high. This is a valuable property as none of it is 'more than eighteen miles from Lethbridge nor more than eight from the railroad at Chin. The action by Wm. Porter Son, the purchasers of the Arlington hotel to recover possession from Fred Koon- ey, the present proprietor, who is in possession of the premises as an over- holding 'tenant, was heard before Mr. Justice Stuart in Calgary last Mrs. C. E.' 'D. Wood, who -was the week. The defendant Rooney refuses t of Mrs. J. 0. Wilson for gome returned to her home in Regina [Jon Monday. jj Thos. Taylor Co., residence and Courtland Sts. to vacate until he is reimbursed for improvements he has made on the premises. The judge held that the wishing to get stole a clothes 'press