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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL VnVHiDAY l 4 The 0. W. Kerr Co, brought in MONDAY MRmr WVVMI m To Mr. nod Mrt. W. L.: Me-Kenzie, "on Thursday, April 23, IT. Whitmore -returned of twenty-six" land last night on the FJyer. They a great run, leaving E. Wt, KJngatou new Hill Block today. Mr. Fitzumurice, is building a store -at the' thriving, new settlement of Milk IliVfr the Flyer from an Easter holiday spent at Moose Jaw Sask. L. A. Felger of the Mason' Tuesday -mornuw? and arriving in Lethbridge on Wednesday at 8.15 p.m. The party went out to Mrs. C.eo. W. Kqwe from a trip -to the Old C 3lrs. W. C. Simmons Mrs. left this came in night with a party of five land seekers from morning. tomorrow nor aga son. ing trip to Calgary and D.. W. O'Neil piloted u number Choral Society will meet carloads of Jar IJlinll. 'in from-- Butte, Mont., tonight at nine o'clock grading outfit Mrs. D. 31. McLean of Fort' They went south this is visiting her mother, P. Kllisbri, uf Itavniond, and Mrs. 11. Sago. The city has put up' signs r m it i t 4. i iJ i 'ent of the EUisou Co., is in J. 31. Oldhain, the real estate __ u__ ____ the city on Saturday on Kentucky. into tbe has returned will not re- this meat ot. Miss f the Barracks. f' Free Frets: W, W, and his daughters, Mabel- and Esther, Saturday for 'Winnipeg. On the x way'down Esther was people that there is a S50 fine% for 'on the'sidewalks. of the Dominion j ..Lands spent- her Easter vaca-i 'tion visiting friends in Calgary. 4 Mrs. C. McPherson and Miss 'Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge, were arrivals on last night's train. James Sherau returned this morn- er, has returned to tbe' summer, after spending the winter in !the States. J. Bergmaa, real estate man of Moose Jaw, Sask., is in the city on business, having come with tne O. W.' Kerr Co. party last J. L. Calder is confined to his ,Dr. Wilson, of' Leamington, ont., who has been in the city a few days, went to Mucleod and Pincher Creek tliis morning. "Bob" Chiswick, of the Lethbridge Brewery office staff expects his moth- er, two brothers and two sisters to tomorrow (arrive from London, Eng., house wita a severe attack of rheu- L _ !night. They will live o and took the Spokane train at Moose Jaw and" returned home. Both of Janse and Mac- the little girls are ill of Scarlet fever but are getting along nicely. The city is working now to get the rights of way so as to ex- tend" some streets through, the large blocks- between Courtland St. Seaman, went a visit -to Miss Wallace, who has been attend- college at Washington, D. C., is expected home on Flyer tonight. of the Brown Co. bought the -P. N. Skouson, stock THE STORE OF QUALITY and London .Itoad. The extensions will be sixty-six feet wide. The streets to be extended are Round and Ashmead. Dr. Weeks of'Cardston, when in the i 4JU at Ihe-feherifls sale at onjClly veek; stated that the pam- Saturday. I phlet about -Lethbridge recently is- _ Gwendolyn Edith Hammond sued by the Boarcf the doc- matism. lie has been to Calgary where b> attending tor-s care for A week Business College. He" f 0. 'T W. G-. Cooper of -Sioux City, Iowa, home for the holidays. ,-JA- J. McLean of was in the. city last night and went to his -ranch at Tabcr which he will in fu- ture make his headquarters. Dr. O. B. Weeks and T. J. Brown- went through to Warner" -this morning with a carload of effects. Among Cooper's effects were several crates -of particularly fine fowl. J. H. Cheney has arrived from Han real estate brokers and holders Sask. The farmers there are" in ot' large land and stock interests -uround Cuidston are in the city to- F. liick aud It., D. Robson went to JMadeod this morning 'to work on the plumbing: -and heating system they .are installing in the Anderton. block JT.E. thc Wells Cattle Co. I of Stirling was' in the. city lost'night to meet his ''father Thos.'-E.-Wells -stud E. C. Eemick of Chicago, who -4-xre going with him to the ranch. H. Morin and Miss ilorin, .and' Mr. and J. Moon, all -of the Little' Bow are'in thet city to- day to meet'Mrs. A. IL Morin's mo- ther, Mrs. JRaymo of Mon- tana! In 'a match race" between Ana Burn Calgary and Peter Terway of CJareshoim at Claresholm on Good JFridny.'Burri- "cleatly demonstrated -lus superiority distancing Terway' "before The" twenty mile course was the midst of seeding prospects are good. Conditions are good all along the Prince Albert line. The man Moshier, accused of defac- ing_a brand on a colt was tried yes- terday before Inspector West. He was found guilty and fined and costs. THpro WJVK "not -S. at the Gait Hospital Ball on j day night, about thirty-five couples being present The music provided by Madume Norman and 'V. Biner was first class. Lars Snygg, a-Swede who has come from Gothenberg, via Eng- land, is to be deported by the auth- orities as undersirable, being, accord to the Health Officer, insane. He sometimes went by the name of Lars Larson. He had been, working for JRoadmaster "Olson, who noticed that street. Word has been received from Cal-1 on Bartlettj'of Seattle, is a visitor at .the home of (Major and Mrs. Burnett. Mrs. W-. JS: .Burnett has returned gary that .Judge Winter is still from Seattle after a. four months' vis- fined to his bed and will be unable j her daughter Mrs. Hammond, to hold the regular sitting of the j District Court on He is trying to arrange with one of the oth cr judges to take his place. Headmaster A. Olson will start his erang at work grading the main" line Mrs. and Miss Mewburn who have been tbe gutsts of Dr. and Mrs. Mew burn returned to their Lome in Cal- gary this morning., C. E. Daniel on Saturday made an exchange of some f city property in the yard to the approach of the i _. hundred and twenty acres approach of the bridge. The track ill not be raised until the. Gait St. cros Bussed. Xear the bridge a trestle will-be built as a tempor- lor of ary approach to the bridge. A party of Lethbridge business? men dry farm land, just east of his ver Farm property. At' the service of -Knox Church last evening Mr. G. E. Fleming sang a the most effective bit of advertising he had as yet read, "it is a credit to the city, to the Board oi Trade and to the he said. l Cardstoa Star: Andy Heppler is reported- as having read a couple of selections from the "Songs of a Sour dough" at'the Press Baseball-Club Smoker jn Lethbridge last weet. Of course this" has no bearing upon the staff of life that Andy Is said to take as a littla nourishment three times a day. Yesterday the O. W. Kerr Co. shipp j ed a carload of lumber to Chin which solo very acceptably and Miss Agnes k wJT _-_ 4 .1.. r Hardie .rendered rn Face" in nwrf I went to Welling this-moraing to Ifl He made the twenty 2-05, running practi- the sheriff's of the effects of P. N. Skouson, farmer and merchant of Raymond. Jn the party were R. F. Reeve, L. M. Johnstone, C. F. Hams, WTA. Blenher.Hassett, C. R. Daniel; JET. A. Shannon, J. Toung, and Sheriff Young. The Thos.' R. Curtis-Ella Wilson Co. come April 25. very good and we feel sure that no better show has paid this town a visit for some in for one night, Saturday, The report on this show is he was acted strangely. He is Edmonton for a week and in Calga- -alone. Two of the -No. 3 men accused of fericg from melancholia. The colors of the different "clubs of the Crow's, v Xest Pass Baseball League have been chosen and report- ed to the secretary as cher Creek "mud and (brown with red Macleod, oon and black, Taber, blue and white, and gray black. using knives "fellow country- r3ncn, each trates, Wilson and West yesterday. jVnotner assessed f 10- for mViriir aa opponent-a black eye." The" rest' of tbfe bunch, were, dismissed. ,r T _ a" McNabb and J. Kellj-, a couple Ye-iterclay at thc Methodist parson- L "T -i 'w railroad.jaen who have -age James fehaw 01 Macleod. anj r nie Robertson 'who' has arrived from -Lewiston, were married by Rev. M. Harrison. The young couple wun.- Madeod.on the local. _ f 01 Macleod. and An- f x. ;Jor less of a nuisance to their fellow bcrtson Hns railroadmen, the pubUc, and the po- lice given fourteen .days thirty days respectively .with hard labor yesterday by Inspector West, on a charge of vagrancy. Both are J3y virtao of issued by Gait of. Sheriff Yoiino- i, VV mmpeg, Shenff Young- v hily pot them as holdincr a- sheriff's sale of -the ef- men but the booze has evident- Skousbn of -Porter alis Staimton alias Maxwell, merchant, on Friday. April 24, Sfcoul ;TaS.Sent Mitchell" for thc country and is sup- posed to be' in Mexico where he to him- mining- interests He formerly a rather prominent far- mer in the Lethhriilp-e district. J. W. JMcXicoH, manager of the Lumber Co. leaves loim for Xi-lsor, H.C to extend u meet-1 the Mrv.iitain Mills Association! oit ten' years, four of which he must serve and six years will be a ed sentence. There were charges brought tgtinst him, which, howler, were reduced to twelve. He was convicted on five, getting one t3irny year sentence, three two-year 11 ess tiiurt one OTIS ry for two weeks. TThe press in both of these lowns highly recorume'nd them for their fine', clean sHow. r Tabor Free -Press: A prairie fire swept the country out south last Thursday. a ,uew. settler from Spring. his, house, stable, feed, provis- ions, harness, etc. He was very foad- Jy burned himself -.and has-been un- sder the care of Br. JLeech ever since. Mr. "WinegJi and Mr. -Bonig, we tinder -stand, lost their personal effects and in cash. r The Otta-ra correspondent of Tor- onto Saturday 2tight s pleasing Mewburu' has returned home from Montreal" where he has been-attending-31cG-ill University. He has just writing his first year arts examination. The ihe Board of Trade has received- a communication from the Chamber of Commerce say- ingj that that time at their disposal' for "trip to Calgary mak'es it impossible' to take time to come to' Lethbrfdge "in response to7 the invitation 'of''the Board "of Trade. company that Is putting iteel; work. _ HI F. of-llev. Dr. Toodsworth, general superintendent jffethodist missions, and Jwell known here, to China as a missionary. severed his con- they are going- to use in erecting a. house, barn other buildings on 14: 10: 19, one of the sections 'of the. recently acquired Cameron The company breaking up a' sec- tion or two and _ farming them as a demonstration that the land ia the tract is the real thing for farmers. The death toolc place last nigSZ Mrs. Winnicot, relict of the late Thos, Winntoot, the residence -'of' her 'daughter, Mrs. S. E. Jones, j Mackay St., Xorth.jWard. She sixty-one years of been ill with pneumonia for only nin Wm. o: bright come event, at -which visitors whom It "'J1 U haft is beinff sunk and the town plant in a few days and will make! is located. Hopkinsville is about a million brick this year. In about! -thro.- miles from the centre of the n month iho work on the grade for! Thc is well located and' tht- spur line from thc, mine to thd dence in Lethbridge very much. Sir. Moe has' withdrawn his resig- nation, as manager of the Eastern Townships Bank at Taber and Mr. ies, of Sherbrooke, who was sent there to succeed lu has returned to the east. Taber Free Press: Mrs. Charles Leo-' nard and family arrived down from! Lethbridge Monday and will make S3 Xo. 3 Xorthern....................... 76 Xo. 4 Xorthern 59 Xo 1 Alberta Red 8-i their home here. 3ttr. Leonard is of .Cardston, i manager of the Reliance Trading Co. is in the city today. He says that {The people of Taber will extend a thc w inter wheat in Tiis district is J cordial welcome to Mrs. Leonard, looking very fine, was better. 7'he farmers' are putting in a large instructions from-His. Honor Judge "Winter, who is ill at Calgary, g-ood deal of land and the older set-. preme i tiers will increase their area, of brok- I -tu en land. Thc grosses on the ranges -rr are in fine shape. SATURDAY Sheriff Young this morning declared District Court adjourned until May 12th. This will place the sitting of j the District Court later" than thc Sxi- Court which meets on D JJayr has- secured" the contract for the cxca-vation the new j brick block'to be "erected" by G." J. third of an inch of rain fell lost Brvan wit] have a good appearance. ThejC. P. E. cut-off line vill commence, j A. 31. L Co. have their shaft sunk Til e spur will be five and a quarter' -about niiu-ty feet already and when miles long and there will be about! of to the Xo 2 Alberta Jbted Xo. 3 Alberta Red Xb White Xo. 2 Oats per cwt Bnrley per cvrt......... ................per bus.. >td 'Turkeys ..............per Ib... Ducks ................perlb... [Geese .................perlb.. Chickens per Ib...... Cattle, on Steeis per Ib....... Cows per Ib. Live Dressed Live per cwt ,TJrr3ssed 31 71 76 70 1.10 80 80 20 IS IS THE O, W. KERR SOUTHARD BLOCK Roomt II mad It Make the tafcuer Scfl ti Ubmi Term I Make SIM Jhf Trkti M Lands around Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nan ton fw lot Sprilj iri ijiter IF YOU.WtSH TO BTJT WHEAT HAT0H The choicest Undi in all parts of tha Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Eethbridge per cwt per cwt NOW- IS illC facilities A Trust Company is the- most competent executor nnder a Will, giving continuous service wMch -ii idth an individual executor. Company your executor. "Write for little booklets about "wills sent free on application. THE TRUSTS AND fiUARANTEE COMPANY, ITD. Head Toronto Capital and JSeserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary "Wetastimu -Judicial Districts Advisory Board ior- D. W. Harsh, Esq. "P. Turner Bone.1 Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 JFirst Street- West. Calgary.- A'. G. ROSS! Manager.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS On and after May 1st McKelvie McGuire will occupy tne store vacat- Daily Herald wxcavauon DailT per Ib. it all completed it be the big--! two miles of .switches. The work .and most up-to-date shaft sunk fhu mine is progressing as usual, by tho Wade and Constable Ku- thenord went to Medicine Hat on ;i the delated yo.vterday, tak with them T'orter. alias Staun- i ij ton. alias who was brought' V at G- H- Johnston. will be and 71 feet doep, fifty feet feet 4: inches lonsr. j started today. TUESDAY Mr. Bullard, for Swift Co. went south l" W. L. Thompson 'returned from 30 35 wide Creamerj per Ib. Work doz.......... 25 Potatoes ........t....... ptr cwt.......90 Turnips per-lb. per Ib. per Ib. 10 ihe Barracks _ here with several charges against him. Prisoner Dera- ends -.who was with Porter when he "tried to break jail was taken -as witness. Porter pleaded guilty charges of forgei-y and of at-! tempting to break jail but not guilty! to that of having burglar's tools in his Evidence was taken -Strathmore, on the main line of the C.P.E., will raise beets for the -Vt a special meeting of the School I Raymond sugar factory. -Bo'ard lust night, the .members went i The mduction of Kev. Mr. Hall as over the specifications of thc new rector of the Macleod parish of thciliigh and wcnt QUt tQ gprin central, and -authorized Archi- church of took placc this morninff_ F t Lolison to adve-ljw for tenders j uestlay cvraing at the vestry. Q c Jo once. He will advertise in Leth- i It is thc to In the of the Estate of Wil- liam Barnes late of the city of Leth- bridge in the Province of Alberta, Deceased. Pursuant to Order of His Honor Judge Winter, dated at Lethbridge the 10th day of April, 1908. NOTICED IS HEREBY GIVEN that all .persons having any claims against the; Estate of William Barnes, late of Lethbridge, in the Judicial dis- trict of Lethbridge, deceased and who died on or about the 5th day of De- cember. 1907, are required on or be- fore the 21st day of May, (1908, to send by post prepaid to the under- Perfection Fanning Milk Guaranteed to remove, all noxious weeds from wheat and ,pats, flax, grass seed, >etc. H. FOWLER CO.; organize a i tonight to visit at bridge, CalgaiT and Winnipeg'papers. Cadet Corps at St Palfl.s Mission, i home in Toronto. The plans and specifications call for a very fine school building, said several people who are acquainted with the schools of the west: to- be tho biggest and rooms and a large assembly room i that will take the whole third storey yesi-trday and Judge Mitchell was toLn. rtj. The fittings and lurmshings will be his decision this morninff. 4 I NEW PERFUMES We have gome of the newest and most delicate perfumes made, rep- resenting selections from Roger tSallet; Pinaud; Piver and other celebrated 'Drench malcerSj 'besides all the standard-" selections. also have some hand- some perfumes in packages. Our selection 'is equal to any in the large cities. Come in arid look them over. and j-ight up to date and in keeping with the structure.- v -QUALITY J. J. Johnston j Prorrifrtion Draffiat "low's the day and now's tneliDyr'- to mail youn cousins across the sea orrs or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR TJACjrn O A "DTVC rVP Jk. Jf.' LETHBRIDaE AND VICINTTY; TUCK'S-PINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BUJINT LEATEGER SOUVEKIRS. Blood Reserve. j Travellers ,ire still suying 200 Japs are to be employed on 1 Lethbridge is the best point in construction work of the Macleod j west for business. Lethbridge cut off so the Macleod j C. P. McQueen of Calgary am Chronicle says. j Wilson of Ont., Miss Allison has resigned from the i out to Warner this morning.- that the went Carrots per lh.......... 2 signed solicitor for the said adjninis- tratrix, their names and addresses and full particulars of their claim or account and the nature of the secur- ities (if by them- duly veri- fied by Statutory Declaration of the claimant or his Agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said 2lst day of May. 1908, the said Elizabeth Barnes, administratrix, will be at liberty to distribute the as- per ton Green or frozen per Ib. Dry flint skins per Ib. Cured hides......per Ib Rendered No. 1 No. 2......... sis! to 2J 7 to 3 to 3-i .35 A Gait Hospital staff and this morning went to. Calgary where she will spend t'he next few weeks. F. Benoy a settler from Indiana Came in last night with a carload of STects for Warner. JSd "Silslxj of Wis.. has a car billed to Lethbridge. P. D. Cameron, of Grand THE WEATHER North Dakota, has been-m -the Ldmonton, cloudy 46 looking after his interests here. n, i Calgary, cloudy 34 Chas. leaves on a Medicine Hat, fair 50 two weeks' trip to He will return by way of Edmonton. Battlcford. clear .........44 Prince Albert, clear 36 J. D. Higuibotham 4 Co. LIKITED Cluiiittt V. Daixgerfield of Calgary, tra- Velling baggage agent of C.P.R. and Jl N. Brook of Calgary, the C.P.R. freight. claim agent are in. the city today on official business. John Mackwood who has been teach ing school at Warner-since the New Year has boon engaged by the trust- ees of White's school and assumed the duties on, Tuesday. i ..'The Frank Paper says: The Pass will receive.a visit in future thc heads of the Alberta gov- ccnment. The .party will include Prc mier Rutherford; Minister of- Public Works Cushing, and- Attorney Gen- eral Cross. They will be piloted ;by of thc local house for this district. Mr. E. Ueddes, American boot and j Swift Current, fair 36 shoe buyer for the Hudson's Bay Co. is here today taking'orders': for fall. W. Shore, painter 'and-decorator, leaves for BaiifT tonight to fit up the Henderson and Downer cottages there Dr. Mewburn' leaves tonight on a trip to Toronto and 'other--eastern points, Hu will several weeks. Chas. Meeghan, formerly day clerk of the Lethbridge Hotel, has assum- ed his duties as manager of the Bal- ,moral Hotel. Paul Eckstonn and Miss Lxrcy Eck- storm of Chicago are in the" city vis- iting their-brother Eckstorm, of the Dallas Hotel. Maclood take much pleasure in announcing- the engage-1 Regina, claudy.................. Minnedosa, cloudy 34 Winnipeg, cloudy 38 Tjfcthhridge, cloudy............ 40 32 '30 26 30 20 18 24 26 30 29 Bulletin From 'Central Office Cloudy and cold weather has pre- vailed throughout the westcrn' vinces with light snow in parts of Alberta. west generally fair to- day and with not much change of temperature., WEATHER FOR THE PAST WEEK" April 21 73 ft.-t 23 24 25 27 7 66 62 56 34 33 44 34 34 I Want Money if Will sell II Sections of Kood level farm land, four miles south of Woodpecker twelve miles from Taber, at your own price. J The Lethbridge Herald 4 Letter A GEESE EGGS African Geese Eggs for setting l50c a piece. Jas. Palmer, Sec. 7, T. 3 R. 20. P.O. Box 568, Lethbridge. 24-4 sets of the, said deceased having .re- gard only to the claims of which she shall then have notice. Dated at Lethbridge this llth day) nd breeding; aged Wm one of April, 1908. v six years, and sired by such noted sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, FOR SALE SEVEN IMPORTED CLYDESDALE TALLIONS, full at quality, weight W. C. SIMMONS, Solicitor for the Administratrix. Dr. and Mrs. Stoney of Belfast, Ire- land, are visiting their sons at their ranch near Lethbridge. and Bainson. Prospective buyers driven from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CARGILL, Peigan Creek Horse Ran'chi. Via Seven Persons, Alta. w V i ALBERTA REALTY Co i Will exchange City Property for Farm Lands or Farm Lands for City Property We have the buyers. List your property with ;