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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD News of the District Additional District on Editorial Pag3 Claresholm JP j her the I have been raised for Claresholai, Aug. tempera- ture fell last evening' and today a drizzling rain is falling while it is cold. A day's rain or two, will, how. ever, do no harm. Mr Claresholm week-united in the bonds of matri-! Pincher Creek, Aug. E'. T. Saunders returned on Saturday from a few days' visit in Lethbridge She was l accompanied by Mrs. Henson George W.'. of Harold Henson, who will sholm Furniture Co. was.-, .last 5 ViSlt Ior a or. so. -united in the bonds of matri- I Mr--H. Becker with his w Agnes Nora daughter of Mr.. famil-v has spending -and Mrs: CK J. Amuudson The hap.' da-vs in the district looking ov the Fvrme suf- Among those-who contribut- ed towards the shipment, in various ways were, Mr. and Mrs, Jus. Foote, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Breckearidge, includes quite a number of business houses .have-challenged the rest of the town to a game of baseball. The challenge has been taken up and Bowville There was u dance at Mr. McCord's place oti last Wednesday evening. .It was given in his barn. A large crowd from Bowville was pres; m and also a large crowd from Elinor. Every body enjoyed themselves very inuc Tuesday night will a game for! j and the dance lasted all night.' blood. the Memorial Hospital. to Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Twin Mr. Will Hawkins aod MX. Tsaac son were in Lethbridge Thursday an Friday buying a threshing machine Mr. and Mrs. Forster, Dr. and Mrs. son, wife and s- Hewiwon, Misses TaggAtt. Mr. E. Mitchell. I one of the'companies who are .boring Marcy Couch, who is interested in py couple.-will occupy the neat newf Becker re-presents an American sentatlve of the Edmonton Bulletin, residence erected by Mr Kingros? isyndicate wailt to purchase a is spending- a couple oi days in the Mr. Dunham the special crop for oil west of town> beat aU records east of the track. J. M. Soby is building, a hand- some addition to his store which will be used as a grocery department. The building is composed of cement few thousand acres in a good part district looking'over the is greatly impressed An all-day cricket match takes and may make a place at the Athletic Grounds, Pin- deal some -property west of the cher Creek, on Saturday. Lethbridge .-woerta. Wlth our for speed on Main street, this after. j They expect, to run a gasoline engin this fall. Last Friday Mr. Arinel Williams Mr. Lane and Mr. B. W. White wer Lethbridge visitors. ____ _ u n MUL.ii mie oig team 01 sorrels town. being the visiting team. blocks, manufactured by H. L. The larSe party of Pincher Crtek It seems as if the final baseball aamaker of this town. No doubt be- fore long Mr. Wannamaker will meet with the patronage he deserves for his. enterprise and there will .be cumber of these solid and attractive buildings about the town! L. H. Hayter who sold out last fall is visiting here on business for a few days. His present home is in Okla homa. It is intended to erect a town fire JiaLV shortly.' J. and Dr. Wall win have built new stables behind their resi. dences on Railway St and Lethbridge people -who have been in the Crow's Xest League, be- campLng for three weeks at Kelly's tweeti Pmcher Creek and Macieod OH at the foot of Castle Moun. will- not be played. The game snould tain 'are home- again having had a have taken place, last Wednesday, ac- most delightful trip. The place they cording to schedule, but when Mac- spent their holiday in is one oi the here last, it was agreed to of our district the postpone it week." The day be- he drives got away. Th and to see that the re.eu, Mrs. i are Isabel Murdock. Mabel Unions Spring Black Spring Valley, Aug. lovely cool morning and are taking advantage of it- by being OTIS early with the binders. There will be a. great many acres of grain cut in the valley this week. iroin her: trip ior Proctor, B, C. W- 6-. Rev. and Mrs. j are Isabel Murdock, Mabel Kaxusay, rlatlon3 enforced. A. H. Bait; and.Mr. S, A. Tucker, j Marion ,WhiteF John Miller, Holand The Question of railway facilities came home from Calgary on Saturday Harold Smith and Jim- j cropped up. After "much dis night after spending the week there j-iaie Kettles, Miss Lillian "Tliomas' of mayor and Councillor attendmg the Anglican Synod. j Fishburn was also a successful were appointed a committee Mike Gaven was a Lethbridge visi- tor this week. The Fair visitors from 'Bowville to Lethbridge were Mr. and Mrs! Halvor Houde, Mrs. Ira Burns, Mrs. Oscar Sandby, Mr. and Mrs. Lukens, Mr. Wyman, Mr. Dolan Lynne Burns, Carle and Plenie Peterson and a large number of others. Miss Olga Bramvold is on ttie sick list at present writing. Miss Helnia Green sick with i he measles. Mr. John Clarlc just completed a fine new set of harness for Mr. Algot Carleson this week. The fall wheat.is all cur and will be threshed next week. Mrs. Peterson and Plenie were in Lethbridge'. after a copule of loads of groceries for the store last Mon- day and Tue'sdav. where the meeting was held, f iut0 town and stored up for winter ihe Can. j use- by fmmeri, non. Jam s anc? Home, expressed their grutiuiue "to Pres. Wood, and Mr. -Ralph Karker for their kiud nt. in carrying, them thither. They departed by yesterday's train for Raymud where conf will also Lv held. Mrs. Honif is a sister of His ship Mayor Spencer, while J-mes ii a sister.in.law of Spencer. Come again. Mill Removal- AR 9AR OOD A9R Mill The mill o! Messrs. Harker "and The stock when gleaned the i smul] of freu ther ;r, whilo tiu v.-civ carried and scaucivd by v.-inds into neighbor.-' in? stock yar-Js, corrals and gard ns. Mr. Willing iVtVi- should Allen will be finished in the taking down part of the contract during this and splerriu progress has been Mr. McLain is in charge of the work for Mr. J. C. Cahoon, the contractor. Brief Mention Xo Board of Trade meeting was held last evening owing to the stormy weather, doubtless. This organiza- tion .'has still much, to 'do for the district and we hope that many months will not pass by without ac- ion stagnation is death. Mr. Jno. Ross, inspector of schools rom Strathcona paid us a flying visit o -this pan of Alberta yesterday. He las real estate down this way, as veil as a host of friends who remem. >er him from his presence here; as ur school principal years ago. Mr. loss was presiding c-xaminer at "Ed- lonton recently. Binders are going out in large umbers these days. The cutting is uite general throughout the district outh and west. taken after.pulling not to throw down the weeds pavtly i grown seeds as many of will i ripen sufficiently to grow." I Let every individual who owns w' lias .immediate charge of a pit-ce of town or farm property, muke it his I. special business to pull and burn i all "old weeds" at once as they now in the advanced stage. With j this united effort the weed j will be solved. j After an absence of three at the Gait Hospital at Lethbridge where she underwent a serious sur_' gical operation for abcess, Mrs.' John Hill returned this morning on the Soo Spokane to her family and friends. j Work on the bridge that is to span i the Belly River progresses. I vory slowly, only a small force, of men being idaily employed to crush j the rock preparatory to its manu- facture into concrete. These .men we are informed are now practically idle I for a time as they are waiting for the arrival of the general plans -for j the bridge. That the dancin was season ..has again j clearly demonstrated i Taber Taber, Aug. talk with some of our I'arm implement merchants goes to show that the Implement last evening, when Shin's 'famous, dancing academy was .filled almost to overflowing. Constable John Eastman recently passed in his resignation which was 1 accepted. Thursday evening last by orcbr of the Mayor a special meeting i of the Council was held for the pun pose of electing a constable to sue. ceecl Mr. Eastman. -John H.'JSTeilson, B. Grubb and T. Bullock were the j aspirants for the .vacancy. Mr. Bui- trade during the three weeks just end lock rect'ived the majority vote and j Mr. p. L. Crawford, manager of the clida'te- Bank of Commerce at Medicine HatJ j A regular monthly meeting of the and Mr. W. G. Lynch, manager Of! trustees was held on Monday I mittee selected, to interview the Eail. io interview the Board of Trade for the purpose of having a-joint com. toe same bank at Macieod are in toivn way Commission wuen it meets in wives and families. Mr. Cyril- Jackson of the' firm of fdecided Bros., SI.OQ. were passed. lc was Jackson Bros. Had ware, leaves to. 1 the public school should on- the Srst day .of Sep- adjourned. then morrow for Banff where he will spend tember. On the motion of Mr. Kem- a couple oi weeks Mr. A. P. Day one oi Medicine Hat's wealthy ranchers is iii town I rvr- todav. mis. seconded by Mr. Ross, the 'sen- instructed to confer with Stewart, the principal 01 the reference to the advisa- bility of. establishing school WOOL SALES AT CARDSTON (Special to the Herald.) Aug. E. Barker Cardston DEATH The infant "child of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pliipps died last night after an illness of some days. The little one has been declining for ten days past" owing doubtless to the warm weather. The funeral arrangements have not yet been announced. The sympathy 01 the citizens will was declared elected. Mr. Bullock will assume authority -Monday morning. Sympathy is meted out to Mr. Pierson. Sr., friends in Alberta. by his many It will be re- ed is truly amazing-. At no previous season during the history of Taber j has there been so many reapers, drills mowers and'rakes as during the time above stated. Last year this district shipped' in the neighbor- hood of 50.0_0p bushels of j membered that last winter he went I I while this year we expect to almost! under" a critical surgical operation at Ml double that amount, as t he': acreage the Gait hospital in Lethbridge. and has, approximately, so increased. A very quiet wedding was .solemn- ized last evening at the home of the Rev." J. K. Monroe, when Ernest R. and' HiSS Kate G' an inmate of I I'or five months was that institution. P'or a time he ap- peared to be much, improved. One week ago he became suddenly indis- f posed and became bedfast ever since, j o out to the parents in their reavement. PERSONALS be- were united in the bonds of matri-j Hopes arc. oncertaiiieil for his the Rev. j. R. Monroe ofSciat timate and spoecly recovcrv. Mr. Vickery is one of Taber's The neat little hip-roofed four i merchants. The bride re- ed cottag CC I anr) of Archie Loomis completed and fur- j has- disposed some 7.000 Ibs j of Montreal, made from X Stirling. M. D. Geddes, formerly of the home in Taber. Their many friends Bros. Farm and Ranch Review, Calgary, j wish them --a successful journey paying our district a. visit for a j through the thorny path of life. to W. Benson Co., The shipment will be Dayton station or JIiss Laudon of CJaresholm, is stay-' department and that a special meet I ng witli friends ac Summerview. Mr. ling of the school trustees be called I H 3iaunseU of Granum is holidaying for WecEnesday, August ISth 3 While prices .are not so as the Same nlflr" to discuss the matter. Th-J clip has been excep the same place. The collection in St. John's AnslL an Church on Sunday night to Church of England work day. T meeting then adjourned'. X. Gould returned this ning from a trip to .Winnipeg. y Mrs. T; Dolan and Mrs. Oscar i visited at Ira [n A im _ The -iailZeG- [extended to Mr, and Mrs. Anthonv A heavy electrical storm broke over' o- the death of their second j ne young people arid.-.sonie of th older, ones witnessed the .ball same between the Bowville nine and Elinor boys yesterday. Thpse.'-i.ligi.pvTigei from out this way that we have h-a'r.d of so far. are: Mr. and Mrs. Houde, -the town on Monday evening, being j eldest 'daughter, Mary, aged 15 a] ioHowed by a downpour o: rain which a half" -years. The young lady's de- has. lasted all day today. the m'se- occurrftri OIi Mor.dav' ni-TRt a'- break in what has .hitherto" been of her sister. Mrs. [an ideal haying, season. The hav Frank Callahan. The deceased had J-Vandals. At the Cemetery town today. A light refreshing few days. We are glad''to have the j park. heavv clouds hang over the gentlemen of-the press become better acquainted with our good country, Mrs. Zina Y. Card departed yester- day for the south.. She will visit breeze from the northwest, together Aug. Telephone with a.slight shower of rain which terminated In a hea.vy fog-like inist. Compam- have their poles erected er to about two miles west They will commence string. (rrorn Tuesday's Daily.) Th-re seems to :be a. species of low_ the Big Horn country of Wyoming in cooled the atmosphere and brought bere' the interests of the Primary Associa- j the mercury down to 30 degrees at Ulg "the -wires next beginning tions before returning to her duties] 5 p.m., thus making the day' any- There will be two wires as. matron of the Latter Dny Saints! thing but ideal for the harvesting of hert' to Taber lhree or four riniversity in Salt Lake City. i grain. from here to Lethbridpe. Tlv wires Yesterday morning another large! J- W; Hill and son, hard ware Tnw- Wl11 be of 'coPPt'r should give party left for the Wuterton Lakes in lchants greatly -improved the line ii'oin charge o; W. O. Lee and Sons. of their place of business here to will be installed .S_ Lew _ _ i. at thn. same time. r.ho Newton, Louie Lee were.in the party thl3 linfJ wil1 liave exchange with Messrs. Homer and Howard''repre- j Mr- Price- -general superintendent of the city rachange. Mexican rubber company! the irrp.. Gd'rdon, bridge and s stock or acreage' therein: master and 3Lr. Oleson. roiir] Car of land The Ken- L'and Company have a Mis? Ella! Branch-old Saturday evening. Mrs. H. Burns and son Frank went 10 Lethbridge- last has heard of. starting to cut wheat is Mr. Fred Pelletier. Fall" wheat all Friday. Kate Bowser and Mable McBroom and in a will j be general. The; spring wheat is also called at Ira Burns on, their wav T0 John Bowser's one day lasi Mr. and Mrs. .Brandvold visited at John Johnson's last Sunday. We expect our school on Wedntsday and shall coming along well and by the time the fall wheat, has been harvested. Trill be ready for the 'binder. The fall sown crop is a.truly magnificent one and some big, figures on yields may be a little Pincher Creek, Aug. H. C litsgon-. of the Twin Butte District. south of Pincher Creek, -had two '.y this week. doing our district for-soiue imaster- visited Tnber toda.y. These Most of the farmers around osterday 'they went east to j ffentlemen are on a tour of inspection Were at of the road. the all had an enjoyable iinu-. Fair, aixl More at- re not stolen but simply torn and I ft wi, M" the ily departed vesterdav for their Robinson, who has been the tend'rl than othenvise at this run case a hay-rack the grave. Metallic wreaths and ab.de in Lethbridge irames are broken or thrown awav. I v i -o At the old cemetery ac No: 3 a mon L .Burton 'S th oi the showers cuuing umenf costing over two hundred -dL fa cities ing the children wending tljeir way across the prairie oner more, Miss Alice Williams visited-at Ira Burns at Reycroft'a On Satur. day, in search of a boarding plaw for herself and brother. She is very anxious to attend school this fall. Mr. Fletcher and family passed through here this nurning on their way to Lethbridge to tho Fair. The ball game yesterday between BowviUe and Cleverville ended with a score of 9 to 10 in favor of Bowville. The dance in the hall last evening was well attended, ail declaring that had a good time. enjoy see- the thresher 'gets to work. Col. Robertson eight men of for Al. A criminal case of some importance occurred yesterday when Joseph Fa. hey appeared to answer a charge c.f assault, .with intent to do grievou- .bodily harm to another man named Pauleite. Therriault. The case was heard at the Mounted Police Bar. racks before Inspector Belcher and occupied some hours as many wit. nesses were examined. The parties are all -well known in the district, so brokon to pieces orse vx-as crippled.. A man irora Pincher City, named appeared in the police this afternoon, to answer a charge of assaulting his wife. The pair had a quarrel which resulted in the defend- ant choking the plaintiff and throw-- ing her on the ground. The defend- ant admitted the offence and was fin- ftl and costs by Inspector cher. Pincher Creew, Aug.. J. B. manager or the Western lars An exampl, be -maae of. these ruthless desecraters of the dead and Undertaker Addison is- official telegrapher for.the C.P.R. at 5eason on acoeunt- Burton Pit the past season, is now Preyentin? thorn from cubing their installed as such in the Taber office. Taber.. Aug. "delightful show expected that school house completr-d before a from day s initial issue of the "Star- rain'fel1 last the btar. The is bright and dcar crery binder Sunday, and if it, i. Church will D. held there on thai Sunday. There paper will do d .termined to the limit great credit to the i hand out the local news m .so presentable a style. Keep it up! This issue shows the neces- of the lay anyone caught in these depredations. and 'general manager of the "British America Live Stock Association of Vancouver, B. C., is in town on bus- iness. Oil and Coal Consolidated Co... some "interest was evidenced in the j from. a trip-to Montreal proceedings. evidence given llv tr> undergo an operation. wnc-re Montreal, Aug. and three, officers ana the 48th Sshot by the Quebec ne be the guests while in England. learned that both men were assisting another rancher named Thibutot. The accused., Fahey, had become badly infatuated with his employer's daughter but" as he did not come up to the matrimonial ex. pectations of the young lady and her parents, he was rejected. He took his refusal badly, and, on Saturday last, while under the influence o'f drink he accused Therriault, Who in man, of supplanting him of the lady referred proceeded to beat Ther_ Mr. Ferguson's friends regret to learn but little improved in health. and face with Warner Church Services SABBATH SERVICES in the a-' He bad injuries. K. X. PostmaaTer McDougall is erecting. a w residence towards the west end of Main street. The foundation -work __ ha- been completed and the frame In the interests of the Liberal Party will be held In Root's Bowville On Monday, Aug. 24 of a liv first class district. The Cardston boys are off today tcr j attend the Lethbridge fair and inci- j (dentally to play baseball. We hope! tney make a cruciitable showing for themselves and for the town. The party u-ill consist of Messrs. Devoe j Woolf, Richardson. -T Carson T) Spencer, Jno. Hendry, Oliver Goblu' Jno. Ellison, R. Coburn. A." Alercer Russian thistle, also known as room for- all who can come. John McCann new sep- arator yesterday which h? expects to run during the threshing season. It is one of the largest sizes, a Xich- ols and Shepard. Mrs. A, Haley has been At 8.30p.m. work is nearly completed. Mr. H. J. Perier is suffering from blood-poisoning which started in one of his hands but is noxv assuming i somewhat serious proportions. Mr. R. Cooper was among the vis- itors to Lethbridge Fair. Pincher Creek, Aug. Grace Bogart is back from a visit of a few weeks with friends in Cal. I T t T on when Corporal P went to arrest him, him and Sunday School Mr. Alvin Sharp Barrows Meeting, 7 V a m. and Prcs: ai U a. m at 8 p. m- M1D.WEEK SERVICES Prayer Meeting, P- A Visitors in fleeting charge was the night. Mr. Fred him f An additional Q{ returns to L- iT.r. hss., relives c the "Kins Dr and Wright. Miss O'Neil, Mr. Freebairn and Mr, K. Stewart Kack from' a week's outing at the '-he mountains. Mr. -Stewart Addresses will be delivered on the public questions of the day by W. C. SIMMONS, M.P.P., Liberal Candidate for the House of Commons HON. SENATOR DEYEBER, Lethbridge DUNCAN MARSHALL, Edmonton W. A. BUCHANAN, Lethbridge And Others tussle iglinst Fahey and the of Laurence, Jno. Hender. are and Elder. Success to the boys-may their heads not be turned by it nor their dispositions become acrid if defeat be their portion. Cardston, Aug. over the remains of the infant ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Phipps. aged five months, wee held in the Assembly Hall yesterday at 2 p.m. The speakers -were [Elders 0. j Lee, Jas. Rampton and S. S. Newton. The floral tributes were indicative of the sympathy felt, and the special music from the choir was indeed heart stirring. .The members were out in goodly numbers considering how many are. away at the Lakes. Great credit is due Mr. Newton for thf ready response with suitable mu- sic for all occasions. As usual the Ladjes' Relief Society came to the aid of the bereaved in all the arrangements. The President, Mrs. S. B. Dainos nnH I j Taber, Aug. ScoU has I just finished harvesting his crop of V13't from her daughter Mabel over 100 acres'of spring wheat and Na.son- of Stirling, and her baby. has SO acres prepared in whL-n he baby waii horr: ou tljfl Fourth of July. George Hrighes -left tonight for Spring Coulee. Guy Foster has returned Russian tumble weed and Rus. i "was brought from :Sbiith; 'Dakota in flax seed about so" -we are informed in .Bulle. (.tin- NoV Hints for the Grain Growers, by T. N. Willing. It further" says, "If attended Cards-'on. He will I vator hen.: and n I shipping season. from up the ele_ t during the early enough in the season this weed is not hard to by fallowing, but on account of its stiff prickly na- ture it is difficult to work with in the advanced stages of its" "growth. The use of harrows on the weeds in There was quite a heavy frost here last night but it will not damage the to I crops. Coaldale, Aug. Kerr Lane Co. had another car of land here Saturday. Miss Potts, the school teacher TOP to other we Block, vhichl Opposition Speakers The Opposition 'is 'incited to be present GOD SAVE THE KIXG never failing in their sympathy and good deeds'both in illness and death. At Caldwell The Relief Society District confer, ence came -off despite the -showers and there were representatives from Mountain View and Beazer to swell the audience furnished by Caldwell the growing crop of crain will keep; distnct. has arrived from her all such weeds from making headway. J m Tabcr" Shc begin ner. pulling should be adopted i s as S00ri as thc bwildinff when seen in roads or other unculti. 1S vaterl land. Burn old plants." wil1 bo hcld at Mr- patch- Our local weed inspector would do mff'S ftffain next Sundft.v. as it wi'.l well to pay more attention to these'" b-u .possible to have the'school 11 house bv that timr> and other noxious weeds that fast taking possession of our town Thft musical members'" of. the church lots in Taber. We think if his field 1 at Mr> Might is--too large for him to investigate The singing at service conditions personally, he should have 'S Sunday TlffM Bcighes and itr. Charley Patching sanir very pretty duut. Tho American Fanning Company have, purchased a new Nichols- Shepard 40 x 60 acparator. It is in thc siding now and will be unloaded- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jones spent Sun- day at htr parents', Mr. A drive of inspection through the town would' astonish one to see'the utter neglect or carelessness of some people regarding the eradication of these awful pests. The. writer knows of a case last fall wherein a field should have been condemned. The mixture aeighes, ;