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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQi. WCEXLr HERALD He brought the r fine frnos in LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOk THE WEEK -TUESDAY John McDonald was attested this morning for being d. and d. on Round St. He got the usual. A car of settlers' effects went through to' Milk River from Pem- broke this morning addressed to Col. Mackie. Mayor Henderson returned this morning from a ..trip to Spokane, Nelson and Fertile. That whole couu Ley Ij> tlry and rain is Geo.''Reycraft, a" settler in the Bow- ville was a caller'at the Her al.dt office yesterday. usUa.1 that section.: Thos.'_ one of Cardston's most successful farmers, spent last night in the city on his way to Le- dvic and Laconi'tie' where he will judge the entries in the standing standing fields contests. P. Day, the Medicine Hafciittle buver will whip- thirty-one cars of cattle on "Saturday, sixteen from Raymond and fifteen from MUk River They are going to Montreal for ex- port to Great Britain. j3Ir. McKaiight, of McKnight Bros., dairj-meh, was in the city yesterday from Milk River, where he has taken iip farming. He says the crops in that district are real good. He re- ports that there has.a magnificent field of corn. Last night some one sneaked in through the back door of the resi- dence of J. Bradbeer, Bompas St., and took between and in money and an cheque "from a hand, bag that was down stairs. There is no clue as to the thief. The hailstorm that was thought to have struck some place.last week has been located. AVord comes.'that it 'struck an area four miles wide ana -fifteen; Smiles long in the j.tween Little' Bow and 2fanton. A named Cascadden is reported have "suffered estimated at of liis Mrs.. ,SJ. Faks lield, Burdott a short time'. Sneak thieves are operating iu the, L'. P. R. yurUs. Last night a pump was stolen olT a water wagon which had been unloaded of! the car yester- day. The waggon belonged to Jon- Black Springs, north snas Undinen, of the city. Macleod the Church of England last evening at 7 p.m. in the pix-sence of a number of-friends, by the Rev. Hall, Mr.1, Eldridge Mer- cer, of the R.N.W.M.F. to Miss Lil- ias Malcolm McKenzie both of Mac- leod. A. E. Humphries, immigration ag- j ent, has cuturned from a trip to the Cardston district where he was gett- ing sheaf samples of grain for the. iiumiTatiori He several thousand, --sheaves of grain The pj-fclhninary hearing 01 oam Jones, charged with ubduction, is be- ing heard today by Insp. West. If he is for trial.'.the case will he tried tomorrow by Judge Winter. Two men... James Canton ana .John Ardell, plasterer, were.yesterday fin- Saturday and he crops in that heiiuf cut and Fernie fund, and the amount collected by will be handed over to the liax.n The were real good and the same can be said of UK wheat t anii Jlax. i A trainloa'd of twenty-five cars of j 1 ctvttle were taken east from Milk ver last night. Another t Magistrate this monung hut the trial coast to jou bears the his-.' adjourned till next Monday. u. 1'. Colvm, ister, was fined i and grasses. He says he never saw, better grain than there is in that Woolford and Woolf have large areas of wheat tha't will average'sixty bushels to'the acre. THURSDAY ed and costs each for giving li- quor to Indians, the particular In- dian being Rough Flair. Canton paid his fine today but Ardell is still in the castle. The "capper" who to toric name of Oust 'ami costs for pursuing his chos-1 A. B. Cook, formerly draughtsman en cailinir at the Fuir G-rounds.' The j for Hamilton. Young said a mei.-i police have ordered him .out of the j ber of last year's .lacrosse team, is province and'are sending'lite Uesc'rip- j in town for a few clays, having re- jtion. to the different '.points. He j turned from a trip'to his home in I paid the fine. i Ontario. While- driving down the hill to the j jji-s. iv. H. Young, accompanied by, bridge yesterday the horse driven by; her guests, Miss Young of Saskatoon wheat and oats arc will be a good crop. A contribution of from Mr. 11. Harass-loses the Herald's Fernie j ud from tho same point today. For- j .ty-se'ven cars of cattle are being load-! proper authorities without delay. t f VM. it w Vji'A HJUtlJ' O. Hassen accused .with the theft-of. for shipment to the Old Country via some harness from A. Easton, is out Montreal. i on S300- bail. He was up before the Aid. ivos left on1 Sunday night for; join Mrs. Jives. of city. Hu will build a dduble house on Ashmead St. Miss ji'lorijnce mid Miss Clara Hamilton left on the local to spend their vacation Okotoks. Rev. J. ,31. Harrison returned yes- (rum month's vacation at THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II and 12 .Make Good to the Purchaser Have the bes: of Lands Sell on Liberal Terns Make Sine Sales on Crop Buy in Urge Tracts at Low Sell Anything from 160 Acres IB Lauds around Warner, Milk River. Stirling, Raymond. Magrath, Lethbridge and Nunton for Beat Spring and Winter Wheat linds V Beasley .stumbled and "rolled Miss Allan of Ci'uolpli. left on A. Scott has as clerk at the C.P.B. otticef Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny ot C-il- gary are visiting Kenny. A. Southard returned inta.the ditch. M'r. Beesley found Mj Saturday night for Pineher Creek to necessary to Kold its head up to pro- j spend a fortnight at Mr. Young's-' vent it drowning. A team was pro- surveying camp; in 'tiie foothills. cured ami the horse pulled out. H Tweed> Thos. M. J. Steve Murray took a poke at Fred: A. Fraser, A.'Peard, and C. R. Tur- "B c Sefton in, one of the-cabins near tho nei% Hat, arrived in the fair grounds, and hit him on the eye. jclty yestprday having made an'auto Fred did not like it and told the frcjm Gas-City. Their ac- Hce. This-morning Steve put up count of the -top makes interesting and costs for his pugnaeity. ;Geo> w_ Whelen, manager of the: last night I Lethbridge Woollen Mill Co. was in Okunag'un, B. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B: Mackay have returned from a visit to Montreal, G uetph and other Eastern points. Miss Walker, stenographer of the A. H. I. stores department leaves tonight to spend her vacation at Vic from a trip to eastern wbolesale..cen-; tres. Grassy l-ake yesterday loading cars of wool which he purchased from Calgai-y Roland Win- ter, will not' receive Saturday next The bunch of coons that have been causing the police more or less noyanw recently flew their kites for the south this morning. Mrs. A. F. Werts, of Bow has been spending a few days in, TF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT '-C02SSULT- HATCH COONS t The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS. Oliver Block, Lethbridge Thos. Wilton of Macleod is in the i Green Bros, and MeKesme and city and is said i to' be negdtiati ng j bell. the purchase of a livery business in owing to her -absence from the city on that day, to be present and to- sing at the marriage ceremony of Madamoiselle de Rbussy, daughter of town. Jas. McCaig, 3 superintendent Through 'A. 33. Humphries. H' j the Marquis Sales, t Harvey, the owner of Baron Sorby, wishes to correct the statement made Baron de at High River. th., 1 charge of stealing ing to Edmonton having spending several weeks of his vv the city, leaves tomorrow on an ex- j------ tended visit to Ontario. Mrs. Oliver and her daughter, Miss Anna left on Friday for Ottawa. They expect to sail for Europe on i, Friday, August the monton Bulletin. Jack Macbeth is home from Ray- monii for a days previous to go- mf I ALBERTA REALTY Co horse sixth in tlhn here returned to the capital this Macieod Fair. Mr. Harvey says i _ tion nere, leturneu tu sum or monev "and some other ar- ferred to the Bank of Montreal afternoon. the horse was not placed, tor exhibi- v Mrs. R. Nivcn, Thos. tion at all and hence was not judged tides from a, :fellow at i tit that city. I Good Farms for Sale on well located Improved Farm, all in near Leth bridge to .x- G-rassv-. Lake. T-Te pleaded not guiltv i Edmonton Saturday 1., popular young "Edmontoiiians were married at an early on Wednes- and ..was, committed' for trial at next "sitting's of the 13istrict Court, Niven, wife and -A. returned yesterday from a Iti'ip Nova Scotia. :'I r F. H. arrived in the city; .last night. Speers says that'L'etlibridge is art, Winnipeg, became, the wife off annoyance Roy Douglas, of'the provincial I ooats to drift down the river. and "son of Mr. the boys knew the'" loss caused no Lethbridge Markets Speers, stock dealer-' of Brain day at All. Saints' Church when .Miss the best and most in the country. Sept.- 28- daughter of Mr. Charles Wish- j Jas. Ashcroft: has been caused much by boys allowing his If (audit department, No. No. 'l .Northern 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4. Northc-m No. 1 Alberta Red Wm. Prouse, 01 Ingers'Oll, Ontario, I Douglas, DominioP ;park com i doubt the practice would This j No. .2 Alberta Eed visiting his daughters the'tMisses.j missioner, .Banff. F- and E. Prouse. This is nvorning three; men were unable v to. No. 3 Alberta Red Prouse's first trip to Alberta. Mr. Rev. .C, J. Brenton, M. A. princi-iffo to He] pal of King's College Scliool, '.Van-; the river. able to cross thinks it safe to bank :oa this dis-j couyer. B.C., 'is in: the city. Brenton has, Mr.'i The are 'planning to build and'another .'freight .yard at Coleridge. "Doc" May struck a prize package; Calgary and intends to make a-tour j.the present yard, will be reserved for the Steers twenty months old daughter of Hole died on Sunday and. was buried" yesterday in the public ceme- tery. Mr. Hole recently arrived from Calgary, having the contract for j cjgaretteg yesterday. of B. C..: as well. -It is sbc'years the eastern traffic-and the new one the hauling of the-sand and gravel ar6uud the' 'a j since he was in before and j will be devoted to the western and i Cows for the cement sidewalk construction." .The Lethbridge Woollen ..Co. ire -laying 'm'; a stock of for their season's- DiAnufacturing operations. Curing the past few days they pur-, DetcctivetEgan rail chased one hundred tliousand pounds, yesterday at tjie fair ;iHe of wool from McKenzie Campbell j boosting'for a faJcewtieel "No. 2 Wliite. ,Oa.tS ..per., Barley ................per bus.... bus _n ....per lb. per lb shin plaster. It is .expected there like all other -visitors ;he notices southern traffic. The, arrangements! will be a run on T. cigarettes great improvements, in the city. jfor hanoling coal are, being changedlLive how although: no prize packages are j advertised. j 'capper and enlarged. v: It is rumored that i Dressed to -and Green Bros, of Grassy Lake and cau Sam. Horijer, who: has been in of the branch'of'the .per cwt.. ..per7'cwt. PRE-EMPTIONS Pre-emptions may be taken on either odd or even numbered'sections south of township 45, <-east ot-the Calgary and Edmonton -Railway and the west line of'range and west of the third meridian the Soo Railway line, but townships "within that area in which a railway.company has selected eight-sections of its land grant are excluded from the emption privilege. entitled to. a pre-emption Fowl Jrom J. A. Young and Hy. Perrettja offortune "bf New :Dayton; Chief Gillespie has had a. cow In pound nearly all summer and after a time advertised it in the Al- -berta Gazette as; the law requires. the Dominion Fair, not give an account- of himself was rather saucy to the'police offieer i so he was run ih to cool off.. MagrathFioneer: Word "has been-'rej The fellow back.- and' The -usual services at the Salva- i tion Army Barracks tomon-ow. Ser- vices at 11 a.m.. 8 p.m.- and 7.30 When the time expired he advertised from Mr. stocks. Deputy Min-''J'm- school at three. Ser- it for sale in. the Herald. One -in- j lster oi- Fubiic Works, that the gov-'j vices every night (except Tuesday) at sertion for- the owner, jcrnment. will. put kn 80 foot span i eiffht- who lives in Raymond, saw the j across the Pot Hole on the north end] Dan 'Hasseii appeared at the police advt. and promptly came to present, bridge just as soon j court last-evening on a charge of Chief to claim the animai. J. W. Tennant, the well known con- ductor on. the A. R. I. railway and his' brother A. J. Tennant, have up a harness shop at.Warner, under, the firm name of Tennant as. a bridge gang can be_taken j stealing goods from A. E. Baston's one of the'other bridges in the dis-I store yesterday. He was remanded trict that the government is fitting j until Monday morning, up. Sam Jones had his preliminary At four o'clock 'yesterday at the j trial before Inspector West yesterday home of the bride's James i and was committed for trial. Vhe six more stalls are to be added j the Coleridge round house. j -'.T..M. Mcllhany has asked assist-( iance of the :recover his wag- i Live i gem from. SteveU Murray. Murray had been hay togeth- le'r and after clissolvea their jtemporaiy partnersliip; Murray i'ept Creamery ithe -waggon belonging- to Mcllhany. Calgary Calgary in. the [.iresence of'-.'Chii'sr Mair. one of ?who has in a j interesting" manner woven his many experiences into tales that 'iake the reader back to the days of long ago whfi this great west, was ..in the J Persons S entry holding homesteads within townships in which pre-emptions may .......per lb.-... 10 be taken and alongside whose home-' steads there is a quarter section ___per available for pre-emption, are en. He and i Dressed cwt.... titled, if the first' applicants, to en- BTJTTER AND ter for such quarter section as a pre- 05 ornption on or after September 1st lb----27 next. Eggs ...___.. per doz 30 j "if such homesteader, wlicse enry Jmust he in good standing, writing over his own orr by telegraph from a Sub Land, Agent, the 3 i Agent of the Land District in which Bros.. A. J. will live in Warner and j Fiske, Wm. E. McLeod and Mrs.1 M- manage the business. They have j Hamilton, both of Okotoks were un- placed.'a stock', of harness in ited in marriage. Only immediate their friends were present. The" ceremony Fred Turner, manager, and proprie-j was performed ..-tbr. of the Republican." Lo- fuoti, pallor and Mrs. McLeod leave tonight on a trip to Vancouver.' They will live Okotoks. David King has accepted the agen- cy "in this district for the Peace Im- proved Metal Weather Strips Tor win dows and doors. These strips do away with the necessity for storm windows. It is a new Invention but one that will prove a boon to the house keeper. The head office is at Calgary. The Alberta Government is specifying these strips for use on the Parliament buildings. WEDNESDAY i The new station on the A. R. I. railroad ten miles from Lethbridge, J. Huffner of the Hudson's Bay j has been called Wilson.. The first car Co. leaves at the end ol the week for Of freight to go to the new station is Winnipeg on his semi-annual buying being sent out by G. M. Hatch. It trip. i will include posts and wire for fenc. See "Spud" sling 'ern over at the ,-nff his 320 acre farEQj a mile, from gan, Utah, called on the Herald last night while en route lor Calgary he will investigate lands open for sale in that locality. Mr. Turner is much impressed with our district and will, return oh Wednesday to at- tend the fair. expect that people 'of Utah. will' hear much of our dis- trict when M'r. Turner returns. Mr. Turner was one of the two represen- tatives sent from his state to -join the Minnesota editors on their tour but was prevented from joining the party. over at 6.30. bassball tonight Geo. Hardy of the Hudsons Bay Co., Macleod, formerly of Lethbridge, is in the city the exhibi- tion. Bruce Beagle was in the city yes-, terdivy and says the crops north of the city are the best he ever placed us eyes -Walter E. Buchan, accountant the Hudson's Bay Co., Edmonton, the new station, and seed wheat for seeding the land which is already prepared. How easily money is made in Southern Alberta. Some time ago a man bought a half section of land at an acre, down.. He -seeded it at an expenditure of ?7 acre. Aafew months later he--sdld it with the growing crop for acre. The purchaser is now harvesting a with Mrs. Buchan, are visiting Mrs. Cr0p that at current prices will give Buchan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .D. 0. Whitney. B. F. Lake, pharmacist to the Win nipeg General Hospital, arrived in the city on Saturday and is the Fresh New Stork Formaldehyde For Fail Seeding Guaranteed Government Strength 40 per cent J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY him S2S an acre, making the land acre. That is making money. FRIDAY Several Indians have been arrested for being drunk. The number, how- is less than last year. The Chinook Club has made ar- rangements to receive the returns of the Saskatchewan elections at the club tonight. There was a spill on the main line some place last night and the Spo- ketne Flyer, westbound, was twelve hours late as a result. A. R. McGuirc, accompanied by his sister, Verna, loft today to spend some time at his old home in Otta-, wa. How's this for prompt payment? Bandmaster Harper this morning re- ceived from or five citizens who donated the services of the Band for the fair. case hinges on the age of- the girl. The defense will endeavor to prove that she is 16 years of age. Ed.' Kennedy of Banff; has pur- chased through K. V. G-ibbons anoth- er house aiiu lou in Ihe etty. Us is greatly taken with this city and in- 'vested in property here last winter. A few Indians paid a' good price for a water yesterday. Big: Plume got and costs, Plain Wo- man and costs, Shot on Both Sides- will live at' the Barracks for 14 days. Bumble Bee had 510 to spare. Dallas Campbell of Nanton- former- ly a well known citizen of Lethbridge having lived for many years 011 the MacDonald Ranch, is dangerously ill at the Gait Hospital. He carne here to to consult the doctors and was taken to the hospital from the Leth- bridge Hotel on Thursday night. There is but very slight hopes of his If anyone says that good bread can not be made from new flour made at Lethbridge, refer them to the people who sampled the free lunch at the fair grounds. The wheat, the mill, and the baker all share in the credit the excellent bread. The home- the product of Mrs. Tay- lor's kitchen, demonstrated that this can be done in the home. J. Olquist has been in the city for some days booming Bow Island. He expects that-there will be something doing there next year. The C. P. R. are down 1000 feet for gas and the Southern Alberta Land Co. 1200 feet Both are confident of getting gas. The SCO-acre far... of the Southern Alberta Land Co. looks splendid. The crops are magnificent. Mr. Olquist says the 'irrigation project Rill be pushed. The water wilJ be pumped from the river. making. Mr. who resides in, is at present relieving Ijr.iiigration Agent Winn, wtio uas taken his annual and will .Old Potatoes- ........per cwt.. New- Potatoes. cwt.. Cabbage -..........per lb.. Onions................'.per lb.. Upland...............per" ton.. Blue Joint ton.. Timothy............. .per ton.. Green.............per lb...... remain in Calgary format least three weeks. The Tiiber. Froo Press says: .Mr. W. A. Aubin. has purchased TTar- scher's interests in the Palace V.re understand the hotel will no-.v be run by the Palace 1-loteT'Co., Ltd., with Mr. SicBrnyut! as iVtanagsr: bin tells us that it is the. int-.-ntion of the company to have tlie brick veneered in tha future, when it-will present. a. very fb.o ap- pearance. 4 his homestead. is before September 1st than he desires to pre- empt an available quarter .section ly. 'mg alongside his homestead, or sep- from it by only a road allow. !ahce, the Land Agent shall hold such 4.4% quarter section reserved from, home- Dry Flint skins. ..per lb.... entry, and for pre-emption en. Cured Hides .....per. lb.......5X-6 RENDERED TALLOW- No. 1............................ 3% No. -2 2X TUESDAY The marriage of Miss Mae E, Mc- Donald, eldest daughter of Aid. and Mrs. L. T. McDonald and Mr. J.- Russell Smith, eldest son of Mayor and Mrs. J. W. Smith, Regina, will take place on September 3rd. There was a very happy gathering, Of young people at the home of Miss Kathleen Farrell on Saturday even- ing in honor of her fifteenth" birth- day. The evening was spent in play- ing games and'dancing. Many beau- tiful birthday presents were given the hostess. W. T. Brittaia of., 13-18 informed the Herald yesterday that he had great crops this year. Nearly all his grain is cut. He "had 60 acres in llax, 24 in wheat and 53 in oats. All he has to cut is a.small amount of THE WEATHER 72 .50 Calgary, clear 77 46 Winnipeg, clear............... 72 68 Lethbridge, clear 83 47 Bulletin From Central Office and comparatively j cool today and on. Wednesday with danger of frosts tonight. FOR THE PAST WEEK Max. Min. Aug. 1.1. 7' 69 69 Aug. 12....................... Aug. 13..................... Aug. M............................ 71 Aug. 15.................. Aug. 17 90 48 56 TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New- lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue to the end of term. Apply stating experience, what certificates held and salary expected. WM. iKx 426, 42.1 Lethbridge. BRIDGE: a. s CONSERVATORY Of MUSIC J. d2L M, Director MONDAY J. D. Higinbotham returned this morning from a, visit to his old home at Guelph, Ontario. B. Morton Jones, of Conybearc .rones, has been appointed acting cnt for the Attorney-General the absence of Mr. Conybcare. Pincher Creek Echo: Mrs. W. T. Hcnson, and master Harold, of Leth- bridge. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Saundcrs, Fairvalley Ranch, this week. M. Lucco was in from Blayii'-y on try only, until the end of September 15th, but no longer. If more than one homestead ad- joins a quarter section available for entry as a pre-emption in connection with such homesteads, and if notice has been given as above provided, that one of the homesteaders 'desires it as a pre-emption, the pre-emption entry for such quarter section shall not be granted until the Agent has decided which homesteader has the first right to the pre-emption entry. The Agent shall decide on or before September 15th which of the home- steaders has first right to the pre- emption under Sub Section 6 of Sec- tion 27 of the Dominion Lands Act, which provides that jthe homesteader in good standing who holds the first entry for his.homestead has the first "right to the pre-emption, and the Agent shall give the pre-emption en- try accordingly., A homesteader who holds entry in a township which is not available for preemption, if there lies alongside hi; homestead in an adjoining township available for pre-emption, an avail- able quarter section, may pre-empt such quarter 'section. Index maps showing the pre-emp- tion tract and- the townships not available for pre-emption, are avail- able for free distribution at all land agencies in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. We supply you promptly with" Pr.esh Meat I Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid Farmers for HOGS SHEEP POULTRY, etc.' P. BURNS CO. I LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, AUCTION SALE OF HORSES The following horses having been. cast, will' be sold by Public Auction at the Barracks, Lethbridge, on Sat. urday, the 29th day of August, 1906, ,at two o'clock in the afternoon. Eeg. No. 2260. Reg. No. 2760. Reg. No. 2981. Reg. No. 129. No. 211. Pack Pony 209. TERMS: CASH. JAMES.' o. WILSON; Superintendent. Commanding ''-K" Divisoru 42-2 Expert Teachers for Singing and Piano .from the Toronto and Halifax Conservatories of .Music. Special induce- ments to students in all branches who join our school by September 1st. For further information call or write during the )ast in August. STRAYED From .Grassy Lake, JuJy ;29, two horses, a sorrel gliding, white face arid white hind legs crop ears, and OIK- black gelding. Both branded bar over flying IT, and have forelocks c'.-oppcid. Seen near last week. Reward for iriTormation lead- ing to their recovery. R.Galvin, 12, .Grassy Lake. 42-1 STRAYED i To premises of undersigned first X I week in July one bay horse branded 4- j U on left weight about 950 Ibs., white spot on forehead. Owner 4- j can have same ty paying expenses. t Studio, Tuffs Block, Opposite the Basra :ks !-f-W-5-W-W-H- Oscar Nelson, Black Spring Ridge, Section 10-13-22. 386 A RELIABLE LOCAL SALESMAN WANTED for Lethbridge, and adjoining; country to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest' _ Nurseries." We are in .close touch with the er-- perimental stations at Indian Head-; and Brandon. As we are well up- in varieties which are best adapted for Western growing-' Our stock has; done remarkably well' al through the West. Send lor our WESTERN CIBCIL LAR with, testimonials from men who' are FRUITING OUR STOCK. The right man gets permanent sit- uation. Liberal inducements; pay weekly; territory reserved. Free specially .designed outfit for Western Agents. Write for particulars. .STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Hiss McLean, of Victoria, B. C., is visiting JVliss E. Henderson, while on her way to Cuba. STRAYED Strayed to the premises of 1.4 St-c. 3. Twp. 12, R. 23, one small brown mare weighing about 750 branded G over reversed F on left Parties calling for the same will pay for this ad and her keepink. 42.4 WM. LUCHA, Blayney. ;