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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY Chas. Kgua, real es- tate roun, is in the city. Ttfr. Elliott of Diuniond City, who SATURDAY A.' H. Spurr. of Medicine Hat, C P.H. relieving agent, is relieving A. Ellis, day operator at the sta tion, who is on tho sick list. The Crocuses urc out, several peo- arrested lust night as beinff ole haviM, them in the holi- able and tomorrow morning will be but who has purchase the action V the Manti City Savings fruit farm in California. Mrs, and Miss Mcwhurn. of Calgary are guests of Dr. ami 3frs. Mewburn, A colored lady. Mary WiUiums, was ihae liee'n down east oil -a, trip return- day xvalks through tho coulees deported across the line terdav. f versus J. Fs Bradshatr. THe- Ball last night i-.as a great success. About seventy-live couples were present. That the mu- sic which was supplied by the Sym- phony orchestra could not have having funds for savings departments note of this and also ol the solid character of the men behind this institution. More Clydes Mr. Woolf brought in on Thurs- I day's train a fine Clyde celt, Duplfeate" She came j was tho opjmon expressed by i two years old, "Lonsie's (torn Jiiilings, Monl. the dancers. IK-freshmenta were sorv-1 recently acquired from Mr. William 'Mrs. J. Johnston and family of Go Tiie Dominion Express Co. are putt There are thirty-five prisoners ct th? Cafc. I Moodie of DO Winton. He is a very shen, (ldulio, were arrivals, on last "lfir on four Spo- the guard room here and nine in Me-LF' W' cajm'-' "P from Maple youngster and was in Mr. train., J. of Winnipeg, shipped carloads of cattle through here Cardston this morning. n e- kanc Flyer between Lethbridge and dicine Hat, making a total of forty-'Crcck last the Spokane Fly. Moodie's string of prize winners at Spokane with headquarters at Letn- four for the division, which is that thu truin is recent CiJgary 'horse show. "THE STORE OF .largest number on record. 'John Gunsby whom the police cap- f A record in seUUng insurance me bebt" in country in every i rosrect. it was well patronized. JL. W. Smith from Illinois was in! mxly thls claims was made by the Phoenix Co tlrat the city today on his way to take jng-oufc of a residence to which he of Hartford, -the settlement of R W Hile u jnanyj did not belong, was remanded until Wallace's insurance comin- OR satur- f hte ncVW SaW the countrir Colerjdge and Lethbridge be- WtATMER up land at Milk Kiver. 1 C. J. Eckstcrm and A. E. Hum- phries-arc in Alaeleod today attend- ing a nesting for the organization of Alberta Baseball l -D. E. Lennox, of Kossac, Minn., I three auarter sections .of Ti i- on Satur- Monday on a charge 01 vagrancy. day, April 18th, and the fire took Constable nabbed a cou- Place on March II. J jj pie of foreigners on Friday morning Skeith is 'the local agent. ihmseives to cua, wag a pritirie firo a car on the C.P.R. track. v ,torday afternoon just east of "the S. Jackson of Macleod is vis-' North Ward of the city, prompt ef- It is looking fine and is a gar- den of a country. Mrs- J. W. JMcDonaid of Granuni returned home this moining accom- panied by her son J. w. McDonald- ir urhsk. in cousin, Svdiiev" J ackson -to move up here at once. j The ca; of ni Men coming in from the country used in unloading the steel that the fall wheat that has not big bringe arrived this the citv. been pastured is looking wonderfully The Iron Works Word has come to the city that the is improving rapidly consignment of improved xlav. The pastured wheat is not yesterday from R. Williams Co To- thfcttv t Ot r so well but is ronto. "V' tbt slaWes- and bruised. looking so well but is Improving., -0. Moon, of the Bank of Commerce staff, Claresholm, who has been in the Gait l-lospital for some time, is g cut off above the of the bone being For some time his Edmonton fair Calgary, cloudy.......... Lethbridge, fair ronto. Miss McXaughton, who has been liv- ing at the Coast for several months returned on Friday morning to visit- r sometimes jumping to 7 to' 3 to 3i Rendered Xo. 1 Xo. 2 3V o.i. old friends on I 10WS 'J "OS. M. Woolford; his way back from Peace River. Mr I Edw. J. Wood; secre- j left Lethbridge'last tary' S- manager. C E. FOR SALE t Fuurt-'en shares -Lethbridsrc Laren todav. Miss Moulton is Bo- to j Saturday night, havinc snonr out the last of; _ siiarcs Lethbridge Brew- Snow con directors. Eph j ing and Malting companv stock at Marker. Jas S. Parker; executive' 125, ex.dividencl. Appiv Herald Ofr conunittoe, E. Harker. E. J. Wood fice. 102-6-lw Now is the Time to make your Will, when you are in pos- seision of all 'your faculties A Trust Company is the most competent executor under a Will, giving continuous service -which impossible with an individual executor. Make a will and appoint this Company your executor. "Write for little booklets about free on application. y THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, Head Office, Toronto 'Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for LethbridgefMucieod, Y7 Calgary, and Wetaskiwin Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh. Esq! P. Turner Bone, William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. ______________________________A. G-. KOSS, Manager. inspire confidence company as the ere this morning to survey thcjia ciLy> thc t of line to the Royal Collieries. uiat is espPKtcd that the spur will join! -rr r the mainline at the junrtioa and C of Wash., shelter and he has given up the in-j throughout the district not ;to say the the switching and billing will be i Colc'nan of the j of-starting a ranch in ,'thcj -Province..." citv to-iuorth country; the Southern Alberta i' He been successful in: his busi- NOTICE TO CREDITORS One black STRAYED welding 10 vears old In the Matter of the Estate of Wil- Barnes latp of the city of Leth- from the Lethhrictge station. K. S wither, chief engineer of the ot Winnipeg, and T. Martin of Calgary, district engineer were in the city yesterday inspecting thu bridge. Tiie Petcrboro. Ont., Review says: Hiss Mabel Conybearc, of Lethbridga Alberta, who is attending Havergal Ladies' College, in Toronto, is the .Shiest of Mrs. Frederick'L. Roy for Easter holidays. This afternoon a small day on busings arc m thi Connected Jos., a. in with j states. During this wock.two steam plows' TUESDAY went to Magrath. one to Raymond, John KI1 and Jos. Ell and and one to Warner, shipped by the Cockshutt Plou-" Co. The Trusts Guarantee Co. Ltd.. J' S- Johnston expects. to open his public administrators for >iltore in the Ward within the judicial district of Lethbridge. j "cxt two taken out the administration! T' Ew who for thirteen years has been j engaged in the banking business here Ashcroft is oflonng a reward and whose name still stands as ten dollars to any one who distinguishing miorm him as to whe the three boys the xvere who put 'Uie boat into the river opposite thc mine on Sunday and left it to drift down'thc river. This morning in thc District Court Clerk's office, nn examination for dis- covery of the defendant J. F. Brad- of Magrath, was held before 1C. Mr. Snow has built up "a good busi-! ness and is a large holder of Card-' ston real estate besides valuable acre- age, coal interests and fruit lands in Mexico. There is no higher rate paid for de- posit money in Southern'Alberta to- day than this firm has always offered J. Collings, Court Stenographer, in and is still paying 5 per cent. Those FOR SALE SEVEN IMPORTED CLYDESDALE TALLION.S, full at quality, weight nd breeding; aged from one year to six years, and sired by such noted sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, Marmian and Bainson. Prospective buyers driven from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CARGILL, Peigan Creek Horse Ranch. Via Seven Persons, Alta. Albany, X. Y., April As- sembly today passed the O'Brien bill which makes it a felony to conduct a bucket shop. Seattle Banks Announce Reduction in Discount Rate Seattle, Washington, April attle clearing house banks have agreed to reduce discount rates on Canadian currency 1-2. Hereafter the discount rates will be 1-2 1 per cent on- sums hot over SlOO with a minimum of ten cents. On any sum over the charge will be one-eighth of one per cent. The new charges are just sufficient to cover the actus! cost of shipping the currency back to Can- ada and getting returns. STALLION FOR SALE Six years old, weighs about Practically thoroughbred. Gentle to handle and to harness. For price, apply to the Herald office. 23-1 WH I1 ALBERTA REALTY Co Will exchange Ci Property for Farm Lands' "or Farm Lands for City Property We have the buyers. List your property with us 9W ;