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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD News of the Dis tr ict Colemaa .said to be the party who wiJl belDuffield, a son. At Mount View j inunager hereafter. j JRanche on Friday -July 24th, to Mr. Coleman, July the recent j Cardston, July now the various parties out for a good time Sections in the Coleman local of the Union; Mr. Charles Phillips chosen as checkweighman for the Union for the ensuing six months. He will work on alternate shifts with Mr. Wm. Graham., Vv'ith his AIM; uoys oi profession, years experience in mines in nearly j team are all happy as larks for j Mrs. Z. Jacobs with "wee mis" j and Mrs. A, E. Cox. a daughter. In came up OR yesterday's .train from I rincher Creek on Wednesday July Maerrath and Mr. Jacobs came in j to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stafford.. The baseball enthusiasts are very i Jacobs is also godng into lerday every department Mr. Phillips should prove himself just the man for the responsible position to which his comrades have elected him and in- deed is proving himself to be the man for the place. Monday night Mr. Nicolette of Fer- nie, local organizer addressed a large and. meeting of miners in their hall. rumored that Coleman will j soon have a hotel as up to date in all its appointments as any in the West. This is not a new building but .the Coleman House which is .to Jbe thoroughly overhauled, an addi- tion built to it and a complete sys- -teaa-of st-eaisheatisg installed. Ten- ders for the latter work have been called for resulting in men from towns as far away, as Calgary they feel -they have retrieved their a last-laughs best air. At. Raymond on the 23rd inst. remevea Cardston. July 30.-The weather for about six miles west of town, sort of hewno-laughs- the pa.t uvo wks has been The for haying. Several big outfits are in the field Cardston met the issue successfully- j and as iheree is a growth of the score 4-9 in our favor helped to encourage the boys for the double1 this year large amounts will be put tip by most of the ranches. battle-next day. The 'battery for the 1 The Eldridge Bros.-Ranch has'lei ame and Carson. ja contract Rose "and j There have been few remarks -as to J Olson. Wind at Fernie Was Terrific (Continued from Front Page.) through the roof of his candy kitchen. He came outside in time to see the tin roof of the opera house being carried off by the wind. The sun was hidden by the dense clouds of smoke. People knew not what to do. He about two hundred passed on mi iSiCiiKi mile east of the town returning once for pro- visions for the women and children. Large trees were uprooted and lumber :ame to piles blown away by the terrific wind. On Sunday numbers of people had no. garments but blankets or'sacks. at the Athletic Grounds. Macleod is i They however had plenty to eat. A "THE STORE OF QUALITY.1 Church Sabbath picnic The Ban tisi S. School picnic was also held yesterday at Mr. G aunt's Ranche, be played in Pincher Crek this sea-j son takes place on Friday evening! (the reception accorded the visitors. At Magrath there was a bie pro- Their minimum is tons and they are not limited as to the num- gram. The baseball was only one ber" of tons they put up in excess of bxi. of attention. iSrv vtpi. I tais amount.. For a long time it With the looked like Magrath's game but on the home stretch the Cardston boys of fall wheat which has been proceeding for two weeks past and with .the. harvest so for the job. Such is the reputation of Colemaa and her business where- .ever she is known. Mr. Spry is certainly making the blacksmith shop pay here' and so well is he doing it that he has about a deal with Mr. Land- ridge., taking over the whole business. .The growth in business done by any concern may be seen by the y it, enlarges its premises, build- ings or whatever those premises may consist of. The Co-operative Store of CJoleman after running a few months added an upstairs department. A few months with cellar, ware- house _ and store filled it has been lound necessary to still further en- large this' time by turning the large .-room, until lately used as an' -office, by the Co-operative Company and the secretary of the miners' un- ion, into and shoe department. Master Donald Manthorne assisted by his sister Hipise entertained a number of his little friends on Thurs- day afternoon. The occasion was his fourth birthday. About twenty lit- He guests assembled and enjoyed themselves on the lawn, upon which the birthday supper was spread.. Both Master Donald and Miss Eloise will soon be leaving Coleman, were the recipients of many very pretty and dainty presents and birth- day remembrances. growing serious in this locality. Sundry. Cases Yesterday two of the local butch- ers were fined for. non-compliance 'with the Stock Inspection Ordinance put: one run to the leaving the labor problem is one thai i them the the score. It was not- a game that conduced to really good fueling between the two towns. True sport should encour- age the kindliest feelings between op- ponents. Richardson wore the mask and Hurd and Carson did the twirling for Cardston. A very keen appreciation is expres- sed by some of the team for the ex- cellent accommodations afforded them especially at the extreme courtesy shown by the Magrarh boys to their guests both during the day's sports and at the evening party The final game was played on the the visiting- team and the local nine make a strong effort to defeat them. A great deal ot interest is taken iu this maich on account of the close games played by these teams on previous occasions when they met this season. Mr. A. C- barrister, is on a busines trip to Calgary. On Monday night a number of braves and squaws belonging to the i snake fakir put up considerable en- tertainment during the day. Martial law now prevails. .Rochon be- lieves that it will jbe found that fully 50 are dead. At Michel last night rhe lire, was still raging in the moun- tains., Hosmer was safe if the wind does not rise. Many have left Mi- chel. Cranbrook did herself proud in caring for the Some, said Mr. Rochon, had five meals in one Peigan Reserve came in to give a Vr big powwow m the ooera house. He ana ought to know. Owing to some misunderstanding thev franbrook thal failed to secure the opera house so ouilt by the company f gave their performance on the main j at. once' meetin" w Plan street m front of the. Kine Edward! lhe town is being held to' FHRME RS We'. want your Butter, Eggs, Fruit, and Vegetables. Highest prices paid for all kinds of farm produce Our stock of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions is always. fresh and complete, It will pay you to do business with us. G. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON FRASER PHONE 21 ..LETHBRIIK tc receiving of all animals killed, hotd vdih Harr-v Ambrose acting as master oi ceremonies and Fred For- ester also rendering assistance. The Indians were dressed in their finest The first party summoned, Mr. Geo. Bonner, who with Mr. Wood recently bought out the People's Meat Market, was able to show that he had con- tracted Ms beef up to August 1st from Mr. Oekey and had done no slaugh- tering, so his case was dismissed. .-Residents1'here are wondering why a J. P. must be brought from Pinoher Creek to try cases at Mountain View 25th -between Cardston and Raymond and Cardston when there are two lo- _tor a purse of Cardston's battery was. Messrs. Hurd and Harris pitching and Richardson catcher, and was sucessful by a score of 4-12. Thus the third victory was won and the boys are happy. The game on the 24th between Ma- grath and Raymond was calledi at the 4th innings on acocunt of dark- ness. Raymond had the score. From the Lafcas Now it is over those who went to the 'Watertoc Lakes on the CaldweJl excursion pronounce it the event of their lives. A four mile drive rrom Lee's camp Iron Springs TVe have had a few -windy days ly which makes it very disagreeable for those who are haying. Some are complaining of a scarcity of hay on account of prairie fires last spring, l3ut we see quite a number of larger stacks so conclude that all will be satisfied and some to spare. A.very enjoyable evening was spent at the home of S. R. Brady, July t24th. Mr. and. Jfrs. Brady know low entertain. Old and young were made to feel at home and all liad a good time. The summer is wearing away; iar- ;.yest is again at our door; the far- mer has a few pleasant wrinkles on each side of his is thinking the pile of 'dollars he will have bv und by. Several farmers are .drilling for -water but so far no water. On the of G-. C. Gloer, u-here a welt is being drilled, at a depth of SO feet a stone stopped the drill. Down this hole, which is two feet in diameter, Hr, Gloer lowered a. man and suc- ceeded in loosening the stone. to the steamer landing was thorough- ly enjoyed. Everybody wanted to take the trip up the lakes and the boat was crowded. A strong wind was blowing and it yk -three hours to make the 'here was no monotony however, as -they had mountain, scenery and Rob- inson Crusoe experience in pleasing combination. The strong wind drove the boat ashore and a wreck was narowly averted. However, the beach was struck between two large bould- ers and all rested from their feelings of anxiety while the wind subsided. Picnic was served on the United States side. The. run down the lakes was quickly made and the program for the afternoon as prepared by the Caldwell people was thoroughly en- joyed. Of course the musical num.- i bers were of a superior order and Mr. J. M. Billingsley as orator of the day surprised his hearers by his viv- id recital of the journey of the pio- neers in 1874. As there were over 150 people pres- ent it was impossible for all to take the trip up the lakes the first day or the 24th and a second run was made the day following. cal magistrates at each point. There would seem to be a limit to this sort of thing and also to the annoyance of law respecting citizens who'only need tc be told of any point on which they are wrong in order to comply with the law rather than putting them to expense and trouble- In Honor of Mrs. Card Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Duce gave a luncheon yesterday at their beautiful little home in honor of Mrs. Zina T. Card, heedless to say that Mr. and Mrs. Duce's well known ability in this line gave all a. thoroughly en- joyable time. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. J. Wood, Mrs. Wm. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown and Mrs. Sarah Daines. Another party departs today invitation of President Wood for a big picnic at the Cochrane Ranch- all the guests are old friends of -Mrs. Card. Some thirty or more people mU drive over, starting at 9 o'clock this morning. Commercial travellers are here in goodly numbers lately. It looks like a big fall and winter trade was in sight and they are after it. The lo- cal merchants doubtless prepar- ing for it. Mr. Z. W. Jacobs returned to Ma- grath yesterday. He has a number of properties in view for a future home in Cardston. We.are more than glad to welcome him. regalia and theifi peculiar dancing to tile accompaniment of torn torns and wierd chanting provided enter- tainment for- a large number of spec tators for an hour or more. Rev. R. E. Fiiilay, Methodist min- ister drove out to the Porcupine Hills on Monday afternoon, to offi- ciate at the wedding of Miss Onnie Velma McLaren to Mr. Thos. Trott. The ceremony took place at the resi- dence of the, bride's mother. Mr. Fred T. Cook, pastor, of the Lundbreck Methodist Mission oc: cupied the pulpit in the Methodist Church on Sunday. Rev. Mr. Finlay Tax Rate Set At Fifteen Mills (Continued from Front Page.) Total Markets and publicity: Salaries.................. Sundries Band Master r- Cook's services at Lund breck and Cowiev. Pincher Creek, Aug. Citi- zen's band held its' annual meeting this week. The financial report show, ed that in the past year, expenditures had exceeded receipts by S124. The band had been under considerable expens in 'th year just past howver, owing to the fact that it was the first year of re organization and new instruments, music and uniforms had to be" purchased. JTo difficulty- is anticipated in wiping out the deficit this next- year if the citizens are as liberal with their snport as they have been in the past The resignation of Mr. W. A. Fraser from the of secretary was received with mW-i regret. Mr. Fraser has taken a great deal of interest in the band and th success of the organization is large- ly due to his untiring efforts. Al' efforts to persuade him to reconsidei his decision were in vain. Mr. Fred Smart, was re-appointed band ter. Mr. Jno. Henderson, of the Kins Edward hotel, has, among other 550.00 j 3300.00 j 100.00 HOO.OO Total ..._............ SoOoO 00 Fire and Light: aiaries ...___..... 1905.00 Fire Department Light............ 1300.-00 Fuel.............................. 140.00 Team maiateance...... 525.00 Urater 400.00 Sundries........................ 240.00 Total Financial: 3890.00 1600.00 230.00 740.00 Total Memorandum of rate struck for 3Iunicipai school .Debenture: License police and health Works and property ,5390.00 Fire and light............... -Markets and immigration 5050.00 Finance.................. Carpet Spares end Bugs This department of our business is expanding wonderfully, and why not? We have the and.just from the factory. Such an assortment of weaves, colorings and designs from the world's best select- ing a square is a real pleasure. Turpin Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers Salaries............ Printing and advertising Tax rebates C. B. Smith Claims Sundries jrincner Pincher Creek, July regular semi-monthly meeting of the Town Council was held last evening in the j Council Chamber. A number of ac- All are loud in their praises of the ccmnts having been passed applica- of fine large easy chairs to the fur- shing of ilie sitting room clo-.vn stairs. John is this hos- telry one of the best in the West. "J. Porter-While's "Faust" appears in the Opera House on Tuesday night Among the visitors in town last couple of daj-s is Mr. W. G %_A XJU UJLJCT4.A UJ, LUC 1 T 1 i cod -time-Caldwell and camp tions for the of sanitarv in- LJnch" manager of the Can- i I _ oniQTi i-vF of some 25 pleasure seekers, made a! ?Pector were dealt with and Mr. D. great day all around. Wrestling Match Gray was appointed to the position at a salary of per month. The secretary was instructed to write the 1 Tabe r Girl Narr- [ad Escape Saturday evening a big crowd ga-, thered at the rink to witness a Creek Brick in 30 days. Convention Oh S-zt-.Tirdny'thc 1st. of August the. j Alberta, Stake Primary Convention town particular'way oi enjoying these days. If the movement can be going, tho mayor coukL in all prob-i ability, be prevailed upon to do what! Catholic -Separate school .'7.773.00 j Total j t TO the ratepayers of the town the by- to raise on which they are asked to vote on the Hth of AU- DI other In and b.' was immcdiiituly .suir.rnoned and at- he n to to her. For some time had -no hopes of her recovery, as sJie was so son-rely injured intonially. However, .by the best of care the in- ternal hemorrhiijres have ceased and now the doctor has set the broken jawbone. She is ffcttip.fr' silonjj jtk-dy, _______ aud if no cornpiiaitions set in. she lio-u'd will bo in will in all probability soon recover. How she escaped instantaneous death is miraculous when it is considered that a .horse1 weighing pounds rolled over her, to Waroer 'Church SABBATH SERVICES Sunday School. 1.0 a.m., Mr. Goo. Barrows, SupL Younjr Penplf.v Meeting, 7 p.m.. Mr. Alvin Shurii. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 8 p.' rn. MID.WIEK SERVICES Prayor Meeting. Wednesday, S p. m., Mr. George. B. Snapp, Leader. A cordial invitation estcnufcl to all. 'Visitors in the city invited to attend. M. J. CONNER, Pastor. Personals Thti ''Cardston Star" i? to irom thr; soon o-.virijr to Mr. pursuit of law at this to Calgary. IvFr. Jjickson.of Reginn, Sask., has been visiting his brotliers hvre, retunied home on Tuesday. Mr. has to B. C.. where lie has accepted a position. jir. Ilervon, T1., accoitipsn- if'l by Mrs. and Mi.ss Herron, return- ed iiv.ny, Ottawa yvsterday. Mr. Reg. McGilli.s of Montreal. Notorious Black. Hand Blamed Continued from Front Page.) the prospect of free food and lodging and no work. When the most urgent work is corn, pleted more general will be attended to fri an efficient manner by the po- lice. A spirit of hopefulness in the future of Fernie is apparent every. and despondency has no pla.cc- '..n the part of anyone. E. Action Victoria, Aug. provincial base, nearly 30 inches high. It is ai has jriven che, gov. rnraent which -the club winning it i ;lt Nelson and Cran- ia y well Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet tov.-u.-i, namely d dav for the event. In the King Edward Hotel may Mr. D. Thomson, barrister, return- set'n a v-'ry Cup, which d. ihi.s'r.u'.rning from a busin'.-ss trip Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Piaster und Cement in stock. rh" gf-siial proprietor of th.is hostelry i.-, for among the polo clubs of the This cup is api'iroprivitvly designed and is a very iiandsorno and costly piece, of silxvrware, wjtji ebonv proud of. Angus: time, tells the- nerves. But that no ambition blaehe with regard to I ponditurcs fov the fire suf- ferers of Ers.it Z'ootenay. A special session of the, executive was held yt'.svordiy at wliich the matter was Rogers- Cunningham Lumber Ltd. p; Stirling, ispiond, Segr-etii. Fred Burton is Harwood. Mr. H. :iv easily and quickly altered j considered and it was Uionff'iit better and Mrs. Jno. by taking what is kn-wn by druggists! to give them a dear hand without Ormond ,ind liis bride Dr. Shoop's 4S hours after 3KHHHB Remark- able for richness and pleasing flavor. The big black plug chewing tobacco. The city council pfive irom tneir honeymoon trip nUig to use' the Restorative, im. S this evening and when the ex. stipulati.ng any specific amount. aud are taking up their pvov.-rnvm wtil be noticed. Of fi town. Mr. and Mrs. Or- full health will not immediately re. amf already tent, of the lists inond were with a hand- turn. The gain, howoxvr. will nuro. j bf-en subscribed, in J--C.IT.O of dinner dishes and a small ly. follow. And b.-rtt of all, yon will thuusunds of dollars, parlor table by the local Knights of realize and fool your strength and i.yjiia.s lodg's Mr. Orrnond bsing a ambition returning. Outside infhu nifrlTJbRr of that.order. first th-, "inaidt.: ne'r. Additions to the following families ves" th.-n the stoninc'i. Heart and been opened, of money have all totalling in the district are reported. At Fish- Kidneys will usually fail. Strengthen burn, on July to Mr. and Mrs. ncvrcs a-.ih Dr. Shoop's quickly Sold by LTX7MEXT OAKG.ET IN COWS. -----------Restorative and see how CURES health will be yours again. J. J. Johnston, "MoBridc is :n receipt of from Karl Grey and Sir W'ih'rid Laurier. The latter volun- teered to plac.} the R. N. W. 31. .P. at the disposal of the provincial gov- ernment to aid in the reliof. MTXARD'S DISTKMPKR. LINIMENT CURES ere will you Spend your Vacatioii?