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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH3RIDGE WEEKLY HERALD LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK WEDNESDAY e infant child of Mr. and Mrs. -orge McLean Uied yesterday. JJ. J. Krthoe, Sault Ste. Marie, has Jen appointed judge for the new.ju- Isial district of Sucibury. B. Porter r-uid and costs to court last night fur driving fur- lusly on the city's thereu 'special request of F- W- the name of the Columbia Res- has been changed to "The joaldale" instead of "The Vancou- Nicklo oi Calgary, and well liovvn iu this city, is spending the Ly here in the interests of the Stan Lrd Lumber Co., of Cranbrook, B. JUan Alton of St-rathcona, represen- (itive of a Vancouver wood-pipe con- is in the city on business in Inmection with the new force main be put in by the city. Mrs. C. F. Moberly of Sweet Grass who wws brought in by spe- al train on jilonday was operated la "for appendicitis yesterday at the laspital. Lieutenant Ciphery arrived from l.'eepawa today to assist Capt. Ad- ms in place of Capt. Hoe who leaves week to take charge of the .rmy at Port Simpson, B.C. It was a good act for the council lo have the sprinkling wagon, go Ivor the streets that are being %orn l.p is the grading. It alleviated the of windstorm very materially. The C.P.K, has changed its mind and will build a high levM ridge across the Saskatchewan at ICdmonton. G. F. P. Gray, of Innisfail, is re- Isiving Mr. Shaw at the Bank of bommeree who leaves today to relieve Calgarjr- P. Lecieux, of Innisfail, will build L hotel at Coleridge. Work Is to be comuienced immediately. The liew town needs hotel accommodation Ladly and the Innisfail man's enter- prise will be appreciated. Adjutant Scott who has charge of Ilie Salvation Army at Edmonton is Insiting the local corps on her way the district on furlough. She take charge of the services to- iight. A. E. Humphries is giving a. home ..iu the (future. Mr. Taylor is connected with the International Harvester Calgary Herald. W, H. Fares of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, of Winnipeg, will ship thirty carloads of cuttlo'from Lethbi'idgo on Saturday. JMr. 'Pares has bought these cattle during the past few clays. Mrs. Frank Leflingwell and family arrived in the city last night u general Jan business. Settlers from r claim that a fani son in their dist stand of wheat on It was sown on su is expected to go shels to the acre. It is learned to id real estate north of the river sained Patter- has the best Miss Queenie Foote, of Little Cur- rent, Ont., is the guest of her cousin! W. J, Nelson, for a few days, is on her way to the Coast. Claresholm Shy I Claresholm, Aug. the j The Chin wool clip pounds i Saturday was clouded with j the wool i1- not until this morn- i in all and represent inj vxst of Stalker Bros., Robertson, Crerft and the Alberta Sheep Co., va> loaded a i Chin Si'.1 ing yesterday. Th.1 Lynn, Minn., on their way to join Mr. Lelluigwell at Warner. While on I vheir way here their little child nieti j ing that -the. un-riblfi holocaust I'Vrnie became generally keoivn it has caused a feeling of intense sorrow and synpathy throughout. On Saturday the strong wind carried the smoke well over Claresholm and to- romoval of the buildings on Round j wards 7 p.m. it became very dark. when setting, lit up the smbke with a lurid hue. that Maxwell j price ejeveu cents. C. Begin is inviting tenders for the Gordon, the. Massachusetts r. Articles have- been drawn up but not yet signed in which Gor- don agrees to throw Maxwell three j St. at present occupied by Messrs, j The sun. with Un accident on the team. in aa }wm.f oatch as catch can. German and Callaghan. As soon as j clouds o Borup who lives five miles tice last night. The practice was {QUt of thg city> suddenly fainted givon.over to giving the trees sittins in j, TJ. Higinbotham's came frightened while working at his i _, Julius Young received the contract new house and in a short time were for supplying soit drinks at C H. VanHorne was the other tenderer at The Good Co. will have tbe ice Tim Bedard offered SGO for ice cream and soft drinks combined. Geo. Houk askert "Has the eon- tract for the band been signed." He was informed that it hadn't. Mr. Houk then said: am au- down the coulee to the grass of the park a soaking store this morning. Dr. Gal- thorized by three or four prominent ran, J. R. Watt's Bonnie Boon jand R. Switzer's Stein. Half mile pony Arm- strong's Prince 1st, Stewart Ranch's Barney 2nd, D. Munro's Dolly Dot 3rd'. Also ran, E. Mason's Jester, H. Oats' Phantom Ship, H. Sharp- ies' Spot, M. Brand's Sandy, Mayfield's Brown George. Half mile saddle horse Stevenson's Croppy 1st, A. Steven- son's Collie 2nd, J. R. Watt's Bon- nie Doon -3rd. .Half mile foot race, P. Terway 1st, ALBERTA REALTY Co j I I Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth bridge 1HNKS HIGHLY OF SOUTH COUNTRY Mr. .Chas. .Allen-of. Winnipeg, repre- senting the De- partment, is in., the city on his an- nual trip of purchasing grain and grasses for exhibition. Mr. Alien has been as io.r north as Ed- monton and coming suuth. stopped at High River, Nanton, Claresholm and Granum and drove through these dis- tricts and says the crops are looking splendid. While at Granum Mr. Al- ien purchased one car of Turkey Bed winter wheat sheaves from.. Mr jHc- Naught and also one car or Stanley spring wheat from Mr. J. G. Vos- berg. He also visited Cardston and was driven through this district by J. W. Woolfe, M.P., from whom b.e purchased two cars of Turkey Red Winter wheat in sheaves. He also got a quantity of Red Clover from Mr. T. Woolford of Cardston and five hundred sheaves each of Timo- thy and Alfalfa from Mr. D. J, Whit- ney about three miles from town. "In my travels through the coun- he says, "the best crops I saw are in the fields of Mr. Cardston district, the Wooliord aud Mr. Woolf T. J. Harbinson of the A. R. I.I H. C. yicMiillen., the C.P.R. stock I braith was called and was soon on .freight office staff is laid up as the inspector arrived in the city last result of an injury received in the night to look niter some heavy ship- ireight shed. jments of cattle that will bo H. X. Galer of Spokane and G. T.. hcrc durhlS the next fow davs' of Coleman, who are interest made Uv? ground. Mis. Borup was able to return to her home. She has not been in good health for a time. Li one .01 the four runaways that Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Keillor of Ray- occurred in the city this morning.