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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOt EIGHT THE LETHBRIDQE WEEKLY HERALD News of the District Taber 1 Coleman f Taber, Aug. Taber district j Coleman, Aug. and Mrs. schools opened yesterday for the. S. Machim, with their two boys, left school year 1908-09 with seventy-five i on Sunday pupils enrolled. J. E. Davis is prin-J After visitiu cipal, with Miss Hoard and Miss J. j different parts of the Western States morning lor Spokane. largest in :or several months in when; departure will be regretted by a j large number of friends as Mr. Ma- linn- ehim is an old timer in Coleman and ors will be added to the staff the number of pupils justifies. ijha "ixjrry sisting of young and old. seen daily the family are very well and favor- gathering berries along the coulees i known, aud banks of the Belly River. j ilr- J- I- Manthornc, wife and fam The stork is very busy these have left for Rosthcrn, Sask., fitting it up for a billiard and pool room. The amount paid out by the inter- national Coal and Coke Co. this month was an exceptionally large one the history of the l j. iin; cio uiiu orderly notwithstanding tlie fact that pay day fell on Saturday. ar- rests were made for drunkenness and Coleman is getting to be a model town in ihis respect. j Miss M. B. Kobertson, of kelson. C., who has been visiting Mrs. JJames lor some time past, returned i home Wednesday morning. Pincher Creek OPEN LITTER Canadian South African Veterans War couple have taken up their dence in'.'the HuwetsoR Uock. An important move was the school trustees at a nuiiit-ntc h-'lii oa Tuesday night when they decided i upon ihe establishment n i The majority of South African vol. school for rineher Among! from the Western Prairie pro, Aug. Win-' other motions passed was ouo author j viuces have been living- in that coun. the secretary treasurer to ty for many years including those vwiise for a teacher for sccoiui spoilt here before enlisting for the third prudes, and also instruct-] South African War. They .seen inji ihe satim oiliciul Lu lutvo the: a large shaiv of the rapid and wonder. fourth room in iho school fitted up. j ful growth and progress of tho coun. Mr. is in the hiw'of-jtry west of the Groat Lakes and they :ice of Mr. A. C. Kemmis, made a. have come to realize that this is the M-ver played before. in fa-''-rip. 10 Medicine Hnt on Monday and {MVat world's garden, where men vor of'the baseball boys was the' returned on the following day with who love tne op.ii and can by a few The baseball boys now have a young huiy named Miss Kyau. from months of out door life secuiv them, to reciprocate by selecting a team of: Ireland, who will shortly i selves a lifelong heritage. Finchcr nie Hinton returned on Monday from a visit with friends in Calgary. An amusing game of baseball place, the first of the week, between a scratch baseball team and cricket club. The latter did well con- sidering that some of its line-up hatf SCHOOLS ARE OPEN Number of New Enrolled Teachers All Back leven members to play 'a cricket' become his bride. Miss Ryan is at 'present staying with Mrs. J. Herror.. To the Canadian South African Vet- the- Volunteer Bounty Act, (From i uesday's Dsily.) There was a good attendance at. t.he reopening of the schools this moi- uing. The full teaching stall was present. About twenty-five or ty new pupils were enrolled. The fore- come an eyesore to the general pub-; lie in certain localities. Only a gen-; The Pass is being visited this week j by Rev. W. G. W. Fortune in the interests of the Alberta Temperance tliev are coming Creek, home last night. tie reminder, it is hoped, is necessary was large and all tnoroiighlv en toyed and Moral Reionn Leacrue. Mr. 1 or- to have the nuisance auated. i v themselves. tune is neld secretary for the societv i T- 13 J. G. McDonald, former general j Md .g Church 01 he d jried out and the winners in the am- Daunts and The attendance -nearer to civilization than is their; "Air. Thos. Kingsley. of Claresholni.! wont. Mr. Vroom, who lives in the i formerly a resident- here, was in tests received prizes. make1? this opportunity more than I noon was spent in organizing and doubly a valuable cne. It is safe-i making promotions. The furniture? to say that in a very iew years, com. j for the second room at the Courtland speaking, there will prac. St. School will arrive in the courso- tieally bf tjuno of this valuable a week, and the room will be 1 -I: for grants or tree homesteads, i ened. One must bi-ar in mind that millions TWO new teachers have been addod committee of J. G. McDonald, former general j manager of the Reliance Trading Co. ja very forceful sennQn tQ larjje au_ and Mr. Mutaugh, a rancher, went to i dicnce at lnstiuitional Church Pernie last night on the Flyer on Sunday evening. At a meeting held business. j after the regular .service a local B. AV. Wright has just closed a deal i branch of the league was formed, with J. G. McDonald in purchasing }iY. W. L. Ouimette was elected chair two city lots on the comer of Fourth; man and -7. Morrison secretary-trea- jiorth and Hull Streets, where he an-1 surer. An executive ticipates in the near future the erec- j six were also chosen. tiott of a. handsome The seven months old infant son of! district manager for the 41 Meat Mr. and Mrs, F. B. Henderson was [Market has made it necessary for buried yesterday. The child died of! him to move to Blairmore. Sorry to stomach complaint, after an illness lose you Bob. of only twenty-two hours. i Mr. Win. Burton of the P. Mrs. John Corral, who has taken a Position with a. patient at the Gait Hospital :orjfirm in Lethbridge. some time, spent a, few days visiting her family in Taber last week. last even-' ing to continue her treatment. Master son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, arrived Sunday morning-at S.20 and his daddy, who their picnic in one of the shady spots up the river. Many of the panmts i foothills west 01 stock one day the result of town, lost some.' town yesterday, renewing last week as'. fauces. their depreda- j -piie nar and millions of dollars are now ing spent in putting railroads over to the stall. Miss Holes of Ingersnti Ontario, takes the second room at and into ev-. ry and o- Westminster School and Miss E. S. nt PnrtN w-n> 'Ul swinff.tMs euoi-nious terntorj-. The j Sharmun of Souris. Manitoba, takes head 01 cattle were at- thjc iiistrict -ind tn ho i i i- .1.1 uns la-jinuL anu pio.nihcs. TO OL a; lsts investors who are putting children were present, the tacked, one animal disappeared al- j spicmijti One as conditions of the children were present, the ammai ai" j splendid one as conditions so far crowd numbering about one hundred together, two others were so severe- j have been almost ideal. ,in all. Both old and young enjoyed mauled that they died and anoth- i Tho rinehor Creamery the outing to the fullest degree. ,er two head showed signs of having j was a short time'ago. by The Coieinan Miner tackled by some creature Bros, has just issued its hands." It is understood thai ihe large claws. Experienced trappers; July statemont_ 'lt shbvvs lhat new company who have purchased it. stated that it was the work of bears is headed by Mr. H. E. ILvon, oi some traps for Mr. jaruin. Mr. K; Boaks- new position as Blairmore- .Whether their cfforcs have been sue- if munev into tho these vast sums, work realize the prairies aiul the that must Tollow in >i few is. as tlu'y know.-the last t'.it- ttiU't of fertile lands civilized v.vidd today that .the third room in. the same school. veavs. iu the is left The following are back from their Sharman, at Souris. Man.; Miss Kinniburgh, at Taber; Miss Robb at Lacomhe; Simmons at BanlT; Miss Bennett at Banff; Miss McClnre in Ontario; "Miss Preston at Xa hlacksuiith h; with 'him ing the month the creamery disposed: of pounds at iiu average price whc-ro In v riay fc- secured by Jiiss Addy at Hamilton: Miss McKay 0( --Jc- patrons pay 4c. for the! the- men who can and will 20 in Kellv's Camp and Barfl- Mc- efflcient cessn.1 or not. your correspondent and 2c. foi. delivery, ]eavmg j win it. iSc. net. Most, of the butter was! Unclcr tht- Bounty Act n veterv.n'i tflkeu into partner_ unable to tell; Mr_ s. E. Knowles. Donald at Vancouver and Kossland. Much to the delight of tbe pupils Mr. A. 1 weedy, wno tormerly resi-1 j Sold in Vancouver. This is a good' ordintP-v privilepers ar'! the new readers were placer! in th-ir j Together they have purchased the eci in Pincher Creek, but lately has coasiderillff the short time i um inu-rft-red with. If he does' not! bands i blacksmith shop of W. J. Sandvidge. beeu living in Cowley, was in town thc illdu.stry has been in operation, i in ,e as a _ Miner at is agent of the C.IJ.K. office here is the happiest man ih town. i The children who already have the disease are improving as rapidly as possible, and hopes are entertained; that the disease will not spread. i staff, has returned to his rancji i jlacleod. Mr. J. D. Barret oi Xelson has ac- i cepted a position with the Cole Miner. Miss Holmes of the Boarding House is visitiiic: her neice Miss A. i Mr. KnowJes is., a practical carriage- a few days ago. Mr. Tweedy maker and the new firm will devote sold his contractor's and more attention to that line or busi- business at Cowley and gone to Per- i somebody else will. It .the KXperienci. of homesteaders in i West in ihe past and at the pvt-s- cut time- tint if'his land is not worth Black Spring Valley. Aug. from t0 per acre after he has i Black Spring TO INSURE AGAINST HAIL who is seriouslv ill at the Gait Mr. E. M. Jones, of Michel is thc new manager of Lhft 41 Meat Market. Dr. McDonald of Montreal ness in the future. They have taken nie, where he anticipates excellent agencies for the Fail-child's and 3Io- prospects in his line. j fine Companies and can supply any-; nr. Webb, assistant principal of the-Burns boys arc all done harvesting. I completed duties and secured [thing in the line of waggons and High School, is in town today, and are building graineries to hold! patent.' it i? he has shown i 'ing stOpped off here to see his friend, i their bjg crop. j remarkably poo: judgment in select.1 Kev. Mi-. Finlay. Mr. Webb is on his j Carl" Teterson and Joe Williams ing his land. A simple calculation Grcilllim baCk Feruie where hQ the Misses Hilma Peterson and show what, this means, to a vet_ :on a sad errand, being a cousin Brand void passed by on the Mr. Lane, who was burned to death: vvay to the vat lhis mprninjr to see Con- there. j ranchers clip their cattle. Farmers in Airdrie and Carstairs Dis- tricts Circulating Petitions to thj Government is A gang of men arrived in town i }lrSi Oscar San by and Mrs. ]ra rain, weather fine arid warm. rp._ siderabfe spring wheat cutting start- lieving Dr. Westwood for two weeks. !ecl today and by the of the last night to paint the iron bridge j Burns visited at Robt. Burns' on I Dr. Tv'estwood is taking a well cutting will be general. .which spans the creek here, and start i Saturday and at Mrs. W. H. Burns' Taber, Aug. Pearl Loom-; vacation. Mr' pat iIcKenzie has started to ed to work-this morning. This gang on Sunday. Is delightfully entertained at a "lin-; 'me management of the Oners' j bllild a nw residence on 4th Ave. It has been at similar work for a cou-i Houde and dauffhtcr Mrs Qs_ pie of months, starting at Medicine car evan or his substitntej who has a concession of 320 acrn of an acre. records of odd numbered .seci.mns On the Veteran's Grant of 320 acres and in vicw O1- thc largc