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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTe VOLUME 3 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1908. NUMBER 2S, LADIES OUT OF CATHOLIC CHOIRS NEW STEAMSHIP SERVICE To Be Conducted by" Grand Trunk i Railway Between Montreal and Liverpool BUY HEAVILY IN OUR LANDS WILL NOT MAKE ANY CALLS r American Fleet Is Not tj Stop Any European Port at Enforcement of Pope's De- cree Disorganizes Things at Ottawa Belfast, April is said that Dominion liners Alberta and Albany j new Ix-iiig built here, and two While Star budts, the Baltic and ,a new liner v. ill be placed" on the new Can- adian sti'vfca with White Star steamship company in conjunction with the Dominion, line that the Grand Trunk li. R. contemplate? op >ning in the near'future. It is aKo stated that these steamers will alternately run iiom Liverpool and Southampton to Montreal. London April has been BIG INCREASE FROM THE U.S. HALL FOR LONDON Plans of Obscure Young Architect to Be Realized One Progressive Fanner From Dakota Took Five Thou- sand Acres eided "definitely thai tlie United States f fleet of battleships will not-call "at r, A J TL L 7fl fiAA II any European port on its way fiSUlDlUcG llUU U. with exception. 'Mi. certain ports, the Mediterranean. Vhere it is neceS-j sary to stop fdi'coal.. This informa-j tion is conveyed in the American! reply to the invitation extended by Great Britain that- the fleet eonie to People Will Settle in the West This Year London, April The London County Council has., decided to pro- ceed with the building oi the proposed County Hall on the site selected on the banks of the- Thames at AVestmin- FALL WHEAT LOOKS FINE P. P. one of pioneer farmers as'well as one ui most well to do in North Dakota, made a heavy investment in Southern Alberta land.s CHILD MISSING April of the other clay when he purchased five Medicine Hat, April is be- and that seven years will be consumed in building 1C i The architect is Ralph pKnott, who till he won that position by compe- _J _ tition was an obscure assistant in the eity architect's office. He is 29 vtars Whmipt-g. _ April v Immigration old. His fees as arcluttct will amount report" an increase of sixty ai00ut per cent, in the American inimigra- _ i_, ____ tion to the Canadian Northwest for firtot quarter of the current year ''Ottawa, Ont., April ot the' local Catholic Church choirs which had amtngecl for ladies to take part in their Haster music pro- has crop conditions onv Wednesday, Mr. thousand acres south of Grassy lieved that the infant daughter of as compared with the first quarter" Tht.5. said: "The fall wheat Lake. James Torquay, of Gios Ventre ib looking splendid and I never saw it paid three week's vU- been drowned. little- child look tatter at this time of tlie year, it here "-and did not invest until he Appeared da Saturday. Alfnha i? looking lin- as also clover, hs-d. made a thorough investigation FIRE" AT MOWBRAY Man., April The Im- elevator and the C. P. K. ALBERTA NOW OWNS BEL Confirmation: Regarding Safe of Bell Telephones 'in Alberta (From Tuesday's, grammes were obliged ti> dispCn.se with-the, female voices in one or tvvo They were to take so prom- can- Jiwrything SvM-ins "io be coming of conditions and satisfied tluough all right. The ground is in that the country was up to the repu- condition seeding and does tat ion given it. The-f stem of his in- not loi k too drr. Of course we can vestment shows how highlv he was part that, elaborate ,-i -a- i- 1 stand a little moisture and we are impressed. Hit, long experience with to it." and know ledge _of prairie land make Mr. Pt-rsons particularly competent HICCOUGHS KILLED HIM to "ood soil he sees it. Ont., April Ben- He to develop a portion of Hamilton ;ownship, is dead as the land-this, year and will send up v result of hiccoughs. He was 83 a steam' plowing outfit-immediately. old. West j will seventy si't'L from the United States. BIG LAND DIAL ot yrar.; The outlook for the tion here'were completely destroyed] year is that the Canadian by fire last- Ihe fire in. the elevator "from "some caus? uu-L known and spread jo the Co. that Three thousand bushels of wheat nltltn A today notificationtJfrora' INCREASE FREIGHT RATES stored in the elevator which de-'tllfj ____ j tUC in the choirs. The rule is jiow strict i ly enforced in Ottawa. grammes practically had to be celled. When the decree of Pope Plus X on church music was issued, in which decree it v.-as provided that women should not sing at mass and certain services of the rtiiirch the churches given a certain length of time to prepare .of voices.. Some of complied with the new regulations many months aga but, others .still continued to OMTTABER 1 EX-IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL i Chatham. April e-x-iinmigiotion agent at Chatham for] the Dominion Government was arrest- j this afternoon ton a charge of ob- taining money under false protenees. He was released on bail. SIRA.P.CARON CLAIMED BY DEATH His friend, X. M. Runyan- from the same place in Xorth Dakota, Valley -City, also bought two" sections and has gone to his home to prepare to move up here. These sales were made by the F. E. Mason Land Co. Negotiations for the Purchase of a Large Van 'Orman Uses His Rifle on a Prowler i V" _ Xi w April 'railroad freight .should be increased was ths. 'consensus of opinion at a confer- ence of tlie presidents of 'nearly all of tiie eastern trunk lines held at the office of the trunk' lines association 'Thp loss by ia- the TRIED TO DESTROY RAILROAD Tokio; April attempt' t-j de- cent a ,gomgf jv r transfer dating froml April WOMAN WAS J A OUIET WEDDING A vryt qrnet wedding was celebrat-' ed af the Redpath Henry Miles. Moose was united to Miss Gertrude Alice FOR ONTARIO LEGISLATURE Nominations Mads by Both Parties on Saturday Taber, April on Eriday night "Bishop" Van-sOrman call- ed bv out of daughters who had returned- home, with the other mem--Iate of England, Bev, J. M. Harrison, pastor of Wesley church. on Saturday April 18th, at.3 pm. Mi-. and Mrs-.1 Miles are the guests of Mr. Hopkins in Xorth Ward. They will before any serious, damage "Toronto." and Prince 7to arrived'at Seoul on J morning destroyed bers of h.iji ,family from the usual weekly -dance, a man was hang- ing- round ths house and acting in a Auspicious manner. Mr. Van A procured Ms gun and BALL LEAGUE tfAS tlie reels in responding "to alarm ran over and KtkdJMjs'.t; DIPLOMATS TRANSFERRED! have in a few days for. Ontario ,on AT A MEETING IH ithV H. FIVE BIG MEN IN THE UNITED STATES Roosevelt Nsmes Cleveland, Car-' _.negie, MitslieiL Bryan And HIU Former Member of Conser- vative Administration at Ottawa April are the ApHJ Adolphe Caron. former minister of militia and men in the United StaT town two years ago and successfully handled the C Y ranch. and tion has been laid against Capt. Ne- consisting of 33.OOO acres and pulled ville Harbottle, the well-known Ed-'Lhe flea' through twelve months ago. monton man and collector 01 inland '1S vcr.v probable that ;the deal' in revenue who.se disappearance was re- Qucstion' will also be successfully ne- ed with a bad singeing as the' on'y Putman, Blue Earth City, as dele- harm .to the horse. Fortunately :ne gates at large to the national Repub- .1'fire was confined to the premises and lican convention to be held in Chica- no one else 'was damaged. go next June. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DEAD OFFICE, TORONTO E. K. WALKER, President ILEX. LAERD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, Superintendent of Branches PaJd-up Capital, Rest, Total Assets, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England A (JENERAL BANKING COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' PAPER DISCOUNTED! 84 SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of I and '.upwards received, and Interest allowed at rates. The depositor is subject to no dslay whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion ot the deposit. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager ey which he secured while in the per- 'highest manner of the lands and the forrnancc of his work as collector of prospects or this part of the ,coun- inland. duties in the Edmonton dis- lrr- Mr. Smiley hurl one deal with TJie warrant 'for his arrest Amiable1 before leaving Taber; has been placed in the hands of the "from the hitter-gentleman. Police and all possible land for steps will taken, to secure his ar- rest. It is 'a, peculiar circumstance that Capt. Harbottle is a brother of Capt. 5 C. C. Harbottle, a well known Tor- onto society man, who has just 'been arrested in Havana on a -similar charge. Settlers and homesteaders arc Amongst the hitest are Kd Wetxcl and Ben Kcid' from Winniford, Herbert Hechnmn, North River, Harry Xoicc, Xprth Dakota, and also'-Chas. Gimi and Eel Cooke from Xorth who arrived .to' fyle for homesteads. Pain, nnywhc're, can be quickly stopped by one-of .Dr. Snoop's Fink Pain Tablets, Pain always means tural blood pr'essure. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain, Tablets sim- ply coax congested blood away, from pain -centers. These by druggists iis Dr. Shoop's Head- ache tho blood circulation and thim pain al- ways departs in 20 minutes. 20 Tn.l> FHU-: TIA-U. COMPLETED The now fire Jiall is now completed engine nnd one of latest chemical M'P'i'. ,W. .Burns, tho thlnf. has bis :stalT trained and ready at ji moment's noti-je to cope with the rirst call of emergency. C. P. Tt, BALLASf'LXG The 'C.j'.ft. arc busily engaged in lets 2o cents. Write Dr. Shoop, Rn- drawing bn Hast from the .rr erne. AVis., for free package. a druggists. pits caught in the wire fence the horses starting pulled hin such force as to drag one of his boots from his feet, seriously injuring him. About two blocks away the team was met at full gallop by Mr. D. JHirns, -who" with" great courage and with much danger to himself, caught the frightened animals, being dragged for some distance but even- tually bringing them to a standstill, avoiding what would probably have resulted in a serious accident, as a number o-f children were playing in the road just in the way. Mr. Burns was highly complimented on' his prompt and courageous action by. cyewitnessc.s of the scene. IXSRECTING- MINE .'Messrs. Robertson and Kenniston, Canadian West were in Taber today. Also Mr, Roberts of Roberts Schufler, of Chicago, the object of visit being to run trials with the new haulage plant which Mr. Ro- berts has installed for the Taber niine. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Xeil McKellar, late partner of Mr. E. Wiklman, who has boon tra- velling oast and in the States for the- last'six months for the benefit of his health, has arrived in town .where he proposes remaining for a short time before proceeding to Fernie. He welcomed by his numerous i friends who were delighted to notice j the gre-if improvement in his health. Owing to the indisposition of the Rev. Mr. .Jones, rector of St. Theo- dore's Church, the Easter services will be conducted by the Rev... Canon Webb of Calgary. The .Big Star Vaudeville Company will appear in the Opera House, on PRESIDEKTIAL CANDIDATES were instructed not to join a leagueJ including -Taber and Pincher frecK ou elected as an independent candidate- account of the travelling expenses. The the formation of'the two leagues. _ The officers of the Crow's Pass Baseball League are: Patrons, P- Marcellus, 3t.P.r., Pmcher Creek; 31. McOveEzie. M.P.P..' 3Iacleod and W. C. Simmons. MT.P.P.. Leth- bridge. Hon. President, C J. Eckstorm, Lethbridge. Pres., C. "R. Robinson, Macleod. Vice-Presidents, A. E. Humphries Lethbridge: J. L. Carroll, Taber; John Henderson, Pincher Creek. Secretary-Treas., F. D. Xoble, Mac- lecd. The schedule of games was arrang- ed as follows: At Maclcod: Pincher Creek May 25. Aug. 3. Lethbridjre, June 11, July 21. Taber, July -i, July 20. At Lethbridge1: Macleod, .June 3, July 14. Taber, June 4, Aug. 3. Pincher Creek, June 18, July 13. At Taber: Macleod, June 13. July 13. HON. W. R. TAFT Secretary of War, Likely Nominee of the Republicans Mr. Landseeher You want full value for. your money don't you? Here are a few snaps: 320 acres, 2 miles from station, T 640 320 160 320 t, tl 3 13.00 4? 9.50 3 Lethbridge 25.00 6 15.00 These are worth all we much more, toe. and ask about them. Come in -Sold by below Grassc.v Lake and discharging Monday and Tuesday next when they for he nr-w lines nf rn.il Ifiid. arc sure to have bumper houses. WEBER BROS. Ott Block, M M M ;