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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY A. F. Werts goes to Bow Island to- Dunlop, of Macleod, who has 'been visiting her oaughter Mrs. P. C. "Oooke, retorned to Macleod this mor- The new tralKc bridge at Medicine 1Ia.t is completed. Ja-s. Fleming and A. Carbert were the first parties to cross over it. Rev. G. J. Coulter White, formerly pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle, is to visit the city in the of weeks. all over a dog fight. The bulldog got a good- hold on the collie when the owner of the latter tapped the former's nose with a. ball club. The bull dog's patron objected. Another friend of the collie took a hand and when the other's champion interfered he dropped him with "a stiff bander. A bottle- of ammonia placed at the balldog's nose caused him to release his hold. The air was filled with language hardly fit for ladies to hear as one man came up and said he would lick .any-1 man who would own such a bulldog. After-a while the police around the crowd dispersed. Mrs. J. D. Higinbothom and Mas- spend (m the farm ho purchased near Norman left this mornintr on a Cardstcn. n rip to the Coast. Mr. HiginUotharc as fur as Calgary. The right Charley Palmer showed up hist night at the post office after xhreo others had presented themselves lie got "his money 'and is going east 1 onight. Mr. and Mrs. Macintosh of Pug- wash, Nova Scotia, who have been visiting the latter's brother, Mr. Ro- nert Ripley, have resumed thair trip to the Coast. I Silliker "and Hugh McKay Idtizeu of Gravenhurst, Ont., on Wed- returned last night from Kingston, where they have completed a Two-months' course at the Hoyal will SATURDAY C. H, Francis leaves on May 1st for a trip to Yorkshire, England, ,bj the steamer "Corsican" from Mon treat. II. Macbeth will occupy the rooms adjoining those he has hitherto usec in the Higinbotham Block. The par- tition has been taken down leaving an archway between, the two rooms. The Trusts and Guarantee Coapa- ny. Limited, has been appointed ex- ecutor of the estate of the late..Wm. Armstrong, who'died recently at Cal gary. Mr. Armstrong was a former resident of Danville, Qua Waddington and Gibbon have on view at Auction Mart some very superior household furniture which they are selling by auction on Wed- nesday at 2.30. Intending purchas- ers should take .a look in. It re- mains on view Monday and Tuesday from 9 till G. The Cranbrook Herald says: Mr. and Mrs, Vf. J. Atchisoa left on Mon day for Los Angeles, California. They will make several stops en route at Canadian and American ci- ties and will remain in Califor- nia until Mr, Atchison's health is restored. The Mounted Police have not able to identify -the man found in the Belly Kiver a lew days ago, al- though numbers of peopfe have seen Major J. S. Stewart of the 23th lit. The doctors examination reveal- FRIDAY Constable T. B. Rose has leave of absence for a week which Two carloads of horses went through from Raymond to Winnipeg, for J. Berezovsky, and another for H. Chirchover of Winnipeg. There will be a meeting of the Lethbridge Realty Association in H. J. H. Skeith's office this evening at 8 o'clock. Members only are expect- ed-to attend. Homestead Inspector Adam kink has received word of the death of his brother'J. A. Link, a prommwit j nesday last. Military College. Dr. Stewart .return on Friday. J. E. Ardell won't to Toronto last! night to take an opticc.1 course. Mr. f Ardel! expects to be gone about I weeks. Oa his return C. Boss whcre Ciird Tate will add optical work to this jewelry business. j threshed out. Battery, Canadian Field Artillery, re turned last night from Kingston, Out., where he was taking a course at the Royal Military College. cd the fact that there were signs of foul play the marks- oil the head having been caused j doubt by pieces of ice. The body. "W. C. Ives and C. F, Harris went which is in a bad state- of decompo- the sitting of the- Police Court there sition, was buried last night. v scraps will be j Mr. and Mrs. Stratford Martin, to, attend i who have been the guests of Mr. and mer and also that the Lethbridgo Brewing and Malting Co. will build a cold storage warehouse. Miss Louise Sick who has at- tending school in Germany the CREEK NOTES Pincher Creek, April Scott left for Calgary on Thursday night where he acts as' a delegate past couple of years returned bu urday wight. Fritz went over with Mrs. Sick in Novem- J The machinery for the new brick her has returned also. Miss Sick'plant has arrived and is being in- to ectric light system for Pincher Creek. was accompanied Sjiss winKler J stalled. When completed the Pincher who has come to Lethbridge to live.x J. Gunn Co. "started on" Satur- day at driving the piles for the abutments of the bridge on the oth- er side of the river. The piers on this side will be completed this The river work is causing some diffi- culty but will be finished by August 1st. A man named Bowen Davies, alias .3. Byron Davidson, for whom Creek plant will be able to compete with the best. A. B. .McDonald, the Liberal can- didatA'for the Dominion House at the coming elections is in town to- day on business. Dr. E. Wright, dentist, has de- cided to locate in Pincher Creek. He is a graduate of'the Philadelpnm Col .ege of dental surgeons and has prac ticed for the last year In Calgary I "THE STORE OF T the were on the lookout as ne i with his brother. _ He comes here had done up several Saskatchewan j very highly recommended and we wel- towns on the old dodge of soliciting come him. He will have an office in subscriptions for papers and keeping jthe King Edward Hotel temporarily, the money, was arrested in Medicine Hat, found guilty on two charges of jetting subscriptions for Ladies till his rooms in the Scott Block are put in readiness for him. Pincher Creek is to have a good Home Journal and The Canadian baseball team this year. The boys Courier, and. sent to. Lethbridgo. Bar- are at it in the right way and racks for six months. lie arrived here last night. the citizens of the town have liberal- ly subscribed to the funds for the Yesterday afternoon there were support' of baseball The diamond is ively doings at the south end of tha'being put into shape and when Pin- ity. A prairie fire started down in cher Creek plays in the Southern Al- he coulees and swept up toward the brick yard and the exhibition ground. The well beaten road to 'iche Miron's-slaughter house act- berta Baseball Leacrue crimes all can look for good snappy ball. Lynch Bros., the livery men, held a. big auction sale of horses, buggies as an effective'fire guard to ?avei harness, etc., on' Saturday afternoon, he fair ground but some corrals and j The sale was conducted by Auction- hayrack were burnt in the other eer Ambrose and the articles brought SEED SEED FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Fraser PHONE LETHBRIDGE ilrection. Some little boys fought he fire with brooms etc., until tlie rigade arrived "and put out the fire. fair prices. -The social given under the auspices of the Presbyterian" Charch on. Fri- T. W_ Crofts has resigned the nrmnagership of the local branch of 'P. Burns Co. and will himself to Ms ranch iiorth. of the city. Tig succeeded by B. F. lias been travelling for company but who was formerly Macleod. Several people in Lethbridge knew Montreal book agent James B. j j Smith, who caused such excitement Mr. T. F. Burra, representing Hen- day night was a "very successful af- 'Mrs. Henry Blakeney, have left for 1 derson's Directories well j fair. The programme, ail or Deal Magistrates West and Humphries i their home in. Medicine Hat, Publishers of city directories talent, was excellent, consisting of! re trving the case this afternoon of I where Mr. Martin is manager of in town- Tt is to selections from the orchestra, the man Moshier, accused of the tnbit1 Bunk of Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. of a revolver from Cyrus Finder of' Martin have just, returned from Eng- ivhere they "were spending their. et out a complete directory of the and recitations. city, every- house visited and t Mr. Chas. Martin returned from a- i adult's name-published in. the visit to his home in Hamilton, Ont. j The debris of thc Seaman building i honeymoon. Mrs. Martin was form- j 'ts appearancej vf. uouvt of Mountain dS t which was burned down last week j has been removed. It is the iiiten- I f i I tioi of the own-ers of the property to Mack Sinclair from Rogers, X.D. erly Miss Gladys Bullock, of Halifax, j JuuQ lst- treated town Saturday. Journal. j it should be as, one of the large cen-1 H. A. Gunn, II. G. and Western Canada. The only Lloyd were in town attending the roct a or three-storey brick a carload of his effects to Coal- i i dale this .morning. A. M. Sinclair places directories to have city, meeting of the Masonic Lodge by the Henderson day night. Wm. Porter who vho A, -me to i ueople arc Calgarj" and Edmontoi I J. H. Hobbs of Flora. is inj One _in that city the other day. lie-j lieved in having an appearance wd some weeks ago, took, w the Henderson always appeared in a Prince Albert OV- tte ou Saturday, j the ay h? fining out-1 wm j.i_ lif in t.nMYi distribute- the as- sets of the said deceased having rv- gard only to the of which she. shall then liave notice. Dated at Lethbridpo this llth day j of April, 1908. 24-4 C. SIMMONS. Solicitor for the Administratrix. j. F. HAMILTON; Room 4, Whitney Block, Lethbridge. LCTHBKIDGE. ALBERTA Thc Cardston Star says: 960 acres i Port Arthur, clear 40 GEESE EGGS African Geese Eggs for sotting 50c a piece. Jas. Palmer, Sec. 7, T. 8 R. 2C. P.O. Box 563, Lethbridge. 24-4 FOR SALE SEVEN IMPORTED CLYDESDALE TALLIONS, full at quality, -weight nd breeding; aged from one year to six- years, and sired by such noted sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, Marmion and Bainson. Prospectmv buyers driven from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CARGTLL, Peignn Creek Horse Ranch, Via, Seven Persons, Alta. of farm land owned by W. L. Thomp son, changed hands this week, thc purchasers being Kose Bros, of Leth- bridge. The deal was put through by tho Winter Wheat Lands Co. W. S. Sherd, thc owner of thot- champion wheat field last year, last! sowed 275 acres of spring wheat on his farm south of tho city April 7 llr. Sherd says that the ground is in fine condition for seeding. 9 Thc Taber Free Press understands i "30 that the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co 11- will erect