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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THfi LETHBRIDQu HERALD FAOf FIVI LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOB THE WEEK WEDNESDAY K. P. Stewart is back in the city for a few days before going to Pin- cher Creek to resume his duties principal 01 the schools there. A. S. Bowman has as his guests at Bellevue Stock Form; Messrs. Huge- Hon. W. T. Finlay, minister Ag- Crow's Nest today. The train, was in the city last even-! made up of six coaches was well ing. He went south this morning to join the.Premier on his tour. H. B. M. P., M. S. McCar- The Concert Band to the station. Wm. Gunn1 of J. Gunn Sons, has lo G' T' R on the thy, M.P., T. W. Crothers, K.C. and I a trip o! inspection others will address a public meeting in Oliver's Hall tonight. The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance bina river of which they are building the concrete work. Co. represented here by T. E. Patte- Miss and Miss son, was the first to settle lire claims Minnie Maddaugh left on the local ley and VaiiWihkle, from Kentucky, c anv anil they aiv infatuated with the country. at Fernie. That'speaks well for this for where they will attend The twelve new street lights order- ed hv the city in the early part of the year have been installed and were _ _ up IHSU splendid: lights. Two niggers whom Detective Egan "httU scared out of Taber, blew in here :ast night but' getting word that the police were after them, made themselves very scarce at once The annual financial district meet- ing of the Lethbridgc -District the Alberta Conference of the Methodist Church will be held in WAS ley Church, this city, tomorrow. The ministers and probationers as well as lay reprc-seiitaLives; from loe various fields of the district will be present. A cheque for on.' which-Rob-! .Normal. School. Both the young lad- ies passed the senior leaving exam- ination this ycau B. Williams was hi the city jester. day. He is opening a store at the new mining town of Coal City north reports that "all the 'mines in that vicinity, are working and preparing for lall shipments'.' The secretary-treasurer of Lethbridge a consignment of bread says the great crops in the touth, which had been baiced -from, wheat I all the talk. grown this year. The wheat Was tho winter, red, which.is now being raik- T. A, DIcPonald and W. G. Whltley of Gbderich, Ont., are in the city. i Mrs. P. McMurphy and family ar-1 rived in the city to join Mr. De- ed largely in Southern and j They are touring the west and are was ground by, the Taylor'Milling delighted with our district, and Elevator Co., of Free Presi. The funeral of May Beulah the six Murphy and are at present staying months old daughter of Mr. ..and JdErs. j at the Lethbridge hotel, J. Leo Johnston, took place yester-i Work started yesterday on the spur day. Rev. Father Van Tlgnew on- j track from the junction east ihe ducted the services. jcitj'. to the Boyul Collieries. Janse i John O. H. McCoy, who has MacDonald are the j the past two years carried on busi-i Five cars of cattle from Buckley j oess as a grocer at Cleichen, has as-; Tenna'nt of Warner, passed through signed to the Trusts and Guarantee to Winnipeg today. Fifteen cars I Company, Limited, of Calgary. J from Cardston were shipped to the j Gi'euu Fails Tribune: at Siuiie piaC6 yestefdiiy. i the office of Justice Safford, his ho- nor officiating, Fred Garrison of Ma-. i ple Creek, Ida Pearl Wor- shop Burbank and '.rife and Mrs Van Qrman, sister-in-law or Bi- THE O. W. KERR CQ. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II ami 12 Make God ti the Pirckaser Hire the best of Lands Sell OB Liberal Terms Make Stae Sales m Buy in Large Jracts Ltw Sell Aiytkuf 160 Acres Lands around Warner, Itilk River, Stirling, Rayuioad, Magrath, Lethbridge and Kanton far East Spring and Winter. Wheat Lands Orman. who have been in school board yesterday received a j ley, of Macleod, Alta. Taber for several xveeks, were in the m-t bage-is to date the loser, is telegram from Ottawa saying '.that! A Lacombe public meeting favored 1 city todav on their wav t thtf. causinc some trouble m police cir-; Mies L. Taylor of the Westminster i a bonu, of in cash and ;home Idaho. Mrs. j cly. The poli City Bakery are having the j hunted up the young man, he ,Ford Street, formerly occu-I got jt, from another man, who pied by the Singer Sewing Machine cently. People are beginning to lay at ,Claresholm, was married to Miss j crops in that district rnM, or hunted up, satisfied the police that j vi ,1 in a supply for winter. About 50 cent, more coal is mined with a Thursday. 'Co.. fitted up for a store. Their bake he hacl got it from stiil another ,nuu.. are being built on Burdett St. j j.je will probably have some explana- Governor Bulyea was-in j ticm also. The.cheque was not mark jiy all the grain has been cut and The 'ceremony 'was are already being made, formed by Rev. Geo. Howcroft, rec-jHe predicts that' the "acreage in ii.it SATURDAY of. at. Benedict's High River. 'district next year wm be more than Messrs. Sherd and Weston loaded-doubled. The Bishop says that most The gas well boring measured 1920: four cars of wheat at the new sta-, of the grain raised this vear was the city this morning on his way out j wl m the regular way as paid but feet this morning. The same forma- tion, Wilson, on the A. R. I. It iovthe Diamond mine. -He says -he., had been certified. supposition tion is still-being met. IP YOU WIS BUT ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest iands-m all parts Lethbridge District. COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge aiever saw the crops looking bc-ttc-r :ii j Is that the cheque has either been The Misses Fleming, daughter of j Captain Fleming, Kalifux are visit- ahe west. .He expects to go his sum-; stolen or lost in the mails. mer home at Peachland, B.; C., to- -THURSDAY bv way of the Crow.'s "JSTest Four threshing outfits were at work within'-sis miles of the city yestc-r .McKechhie, F- Stephens, and Thos., ETn- j derwood, inspecting the Diamond, coal mine v-today. Mr: TJn- clerwood "says they aj-e at present en- gaged in. putting In entries the H. N. r McLean of Cohybeare Jones' office left last night for Brook station to spend his vacation. .ing their aunt, Mrs. Robert Kiven, Baroness Road. i Wm. Rose of the Immigration de- partraent, Winnipeg, arrived in. the city last night- and went south this morning with Tho local agent, A. E; Rev. M. .J. Cornier and daugnter of j fop of thej ..Warner arrived'from the east last; he A man fell ia a 'cellar being dug last night_ dead buc when Trusts Guarantee, Co., Toronto, is j a. member of the party also. and went south'this morning, j brought the docfcor in to jnvestigate Messrs. Sherd and Xaismith are it was found that he was more scar- The big travelling erector for the loading wheat at Wilson, the than hurt. construction of the C.P.R- bridge is j town between, the city and Stirling, j Mrs. R. S. Biggs of Dundas, Ont., practicallv completed. Yesterday Jack Macbeth left for Edmonton i and Mrs. Fred Wilmott of Milton, today it put" up the first span [this afternoon.' to assume his duties: Ont.. are visiting Mrs. G. H. John- in the Bank of Montreal office at .the i ston." The three ladies ax-e formor was the first wheat loaded there., At i present Wilson is nothing more than' a but it will grow for it is! spring grain. What resulted in a se- rious fire was narrowly averted south ,oi Coaldale yesterday. Mr. McGlenn the centre ot a rich farming district, i, ,r ou 7. 4. in the day burned a. fire! _, Mr. Sherd s wheat is averaging from i b guard which broke out five nours af- to 40 bushels an acre. __ x, MK-wara. une nav on neariv a sec- The funeral 01 -Gorman, aged 0 tion was burned and Mr. McGlenn's a ,r ,r _ years, son of 3Ir. and Mrs. G. i stacks and buildings saved with dif- A. L. Foster found it nec- Bunsworth, was held at four _ ncultv. on Saturclav. Rev. A. A. _, J .essary to back fire the whole length conducted the services. The follow-' fe, _ "of his farm as the fire reached the mg are names of the girls who were corner of his wheat farm where a pall bearers; Ethel Harding, Bessie'- r._r. threshing and works fine. The towers were' er- ected yesterday and the girders and stays put on' today. Another car- load of 'rigging', is coming to com-; plete the erector, especially in the ivay of ropes, pulleys and Thbs. H. Woolford, the well known Cardston farmer, was in the city last returning from a trip north. While away he judged the news of standing grain at Lacombe aud L auc and then went to Edmonton. and Clover Bar. He says the crops in the north are splendid. The entire province, he says, never had better prospects. Harold W. riliey, ucpuLv capital. i college mates and have not seen each A. Barnsley.'" S. Jackson, A. E. other before for many Ives and L. Dawson leave the i C. G. K. Kourse received a tele. tod the Bank at morning for the Watertoii Xakes for i d> I vvatson. bask., placing an order for a week's fishing excursion. i Mr. Parker, a and high- i ly esteemed citizen, leaves tomorrow i mdrning for Lethbridge, where he has j acquired Ont., Re-j view. R. S. Mabee of Magrath and J. M. Clancy of Raymond were; in the city air and Lethbridge fall wheat for. seed.. Alex. McRae, or any, person know- ing his whereabouts, is requested to at once seek out the secretary of the Lethbridge Lodge of Oddfellows or Bro. A. Xeidig. Gorman, the 18 months old son of _ Dunsworth, last night, to be present at a social Xorth Ward remark- ably short time anil Uic Chic-f with seven men were, im tto scents ;ii a few minutes after the sounded. Wardner, Many people wondered when together j A barrcl of rubbish in -ui at back yard, opposite Wesley Church, had caught fire in some mysterious the'manner and made some excitement list of prizes for 'grate- at the' Do- 'for a few minutes. Owiag to "mdefi- minion Exhibition was published that' nite instructions the Brigade had dif- 85 82 75 No. 4 Northern 67 No. 1 Alberta Red 77 ISTo. 2 Aberta Red......'...........- 74 No. 3 Alberta Eed 67 No. 2 White 70 Oats .........-.......per. bus----- 45 Barley per bus Flax per bus on the hoof- Steers per Ib ____ 3% Cows per Live per cwt Dressed v per cwt 8 Fowl Ib'.-.vlO Live per cwt Dressed per cwt. BUTTER AND Ben James' oats took no prizs. it ficulty in locating the fire which had being generally known jDairy that Ms-''oat is a province with a wo future. Members of the Sons o-' ervision of the work being- raau attempted to get on it but fail- M- When he recovered himself he -The horse driven bv Waterworks ifoimd that the toP half of his left to learn that as a result of the Su-i Superintendent Fleetwood took an. was cut off slick and clean if by a knife and no other 25 27 ha been extinguished almost soon as f f. _ _, iper ats VMVJ the alarm was sent in. Market Master Frank Waddington is taking- driving trips roxind to hard to find as the oats wore rev.-i shown. They were shipped and de- various growers "of produce near Letb hvered to' fcfcv the >x- bridge. The object is to talk ovtr press Co., but the market, and get in. touch with Cabbage .per Ib.. j Onions...............per Ib. I prc-ne Grand 'President's trip west, exciting run this morning. Mr. Fleet-! .a kaue ancl no u-as ment ch, nrd -M-ht 'in-and lodges will likelv be es- wood was going to-tie it up in front V'sible' He regrets losing the piece j have-not be sita-f through the Dominion. This j of a house near the Brewery when it thankful has the rest _.HgBnt search _...-n tn I suddenlv bolted and ran down 1S ea lelt- Xanton Nows: A youncr man from urd t the men to whom such an institution j a great boon. Mr. i ton reports that the idea, has been Xanton SJows: A young man from received with in.nc'h favor and he j Upland ton., -.per ton.. .per ton., his head left. VAA U. -Li. _J J.AJ.4HJ. J.J. VVA IV i Hi. IJ.fl IL'ii V fctlill J1.6 lod-es as'xt present they are ruled j steepest part of the coulee over-! At a mectinff' of the Quaiterly offi-1 Lethbridge was fined and costs feels sure that when he has made -a j "Per from Toronto bv Supreme Lodge of, turning the rig and smashing.it Board of Wosley.. Church last (Monday by Inspector Camis, more extensive tour he will have i -tlmt skms. ..per b.... The horse' fell and cut its ni-ht- the salarv of. the pastor, Rev.! Of the R.N.W.M.P. on-'a charge of obtained promises of enough' stuff to i J. M. Harrison, was increased two running an automobile without a be I ficers who have not a very great j badly. The horse of Western conditions. broken bottle. Several The funeral of Mrs. Henry had to be put in the wound. hundred dollars a year.' Following j provincial, license. ntt-t- i 1 -ti 4. p-nt ni which will set things go-UT The penalty was injr with a swinor. is i 4-4X 9X-10X 3% >un look place this afternoon from Mr. .Ross, a Tvew that xnos. Taylor j made light in this case, as the of-. that the scheme wants explaining and the Addison Undertaking parlors, i York city, has just completed an ex-j. c and efficient organist j fense had been committed under a this can be best done by a personal Mr iuid Mrs, Peterson and their lit-j tensive visit to this territory. In to into the minis- misapprehension of the law. The' interview. One or two odd lots of tie two year old daughter came here j the many places he stopped oft ah. ;try' a was passed recom- young man had taken out a provin-1 Produce have been received ana Jr. Beyond 'months ago from Minnesota! iir. Ross'says that appealed to" as proba-{ cial license for a macliine; which he Waddington has "placed" them in in account of health [him -like this city. v-Kirli he confident Several, of j had afterwards sold. He. "had sup-, each case'for the vendor. In a few orkjposecl the license to be. issued time there is little doubt but the, the individual instead of to the the market will be well supplied. the loss the church machine, and supposed that his i________.________" The dread disease, consumption, had asserted has a great future. He too strong a hold.' however; -and i tows astonished at the great-amount claimed its victim. .The funeral building operations. --Mr. Ross, taken charge of by the Salvation i who has or.e or two old friends in; and Rev. A. M. Gordon of Lethbridgc, left la-St .night for his Jvnox'Church" was asked to officiate.'i homeland it is his intention to n> On Tuesday, August IS, at the Me- j and settle here, thodist parsonage, Elling TJlsten Pe-! The opening day for ducks this spoke of the good that Mr. Taylor had done for church and of has or.e or two old friends in; slistaincd his removal. MONDAY Tenders for 13. Tj. Rylands' new house will be called for tomorrow, is spending her vaca- terson. of Stavely, was married Js on the 24th August, and tion at Blairmore. j Rev. J. M. Harrison to Mrs. P.ina j sportsmen will be delighted with the E. Sherlock and family returned j iicense entitled him to run any auto-; mobile in the province. Instead of which the license attaches to the machine and not to the driver. i TUESDAY John Brodie git 1700 bushels of! Lakkon, of 'Cleverville. linn arc sportsmen with twelve years u few days. He is enjoying life B. B. Mills, head clerk for A. Sou-i L11L' of Howard Case Co.. thard, left this morning for Montreal i As both nicmbers of this to buy stock for the store he is .starting at IJosmer, B. C. He -will visit his home at Fergus, Ont., be- fore returning. The trial of Sam Jones ab- duction of Gertie Pimm has been set for the District Court September 2S. The girl will bo sixteen on the 25th of that month. Jones is out on bail. the home of the bride's parents, on the 12th Au- gust, 1908, by the Rev. Father Van- dunclnJc, Miss Nellie Gallagher, young est daughter of Michael Gallagher, of Macleod, to Dr. Geo. S. Mills, of Pin cher Creek. display of guns and ammunition in iast week from ,ul cnjOyable outing oats from the the mountains. Ex-Chief Parry is in the city for Mr. and Mrs. John Sharmau and THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair .......06 Calgary, clear Winnipeg, cloudy Lethbridge, clear .01 Regina, cloudy .39 Bulletin From Central Office There has been rain 60 72 66 83 53 TO RE.SU RVEY FERNIE Fernie, B. C., Aug. cit-y engineer, with a force of men is making a complete new -survey of 'the city and laying out the streets pro- perly. Government of the Province of Aib.arta IS HEREBY GIVEN family of Souris, Manitoba, came to and Eastern Saskatchewan j an examination will be held by to Steam Engineers We supply you promptly -with. Fresh Meat I Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid to Farmers for 'Si CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTBY, etc. P. BURNS CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, R.N.W.M POLICE: the city to reside yesterday. j branch at Waimvright, one of the! cool and show W. M. Reben, well borer of Loth- bridge, Alta., who has been boriiK new G. T. P. divisional points. Work on the construction of the Partly fair. experience of the hunting conditions the mountains. He will spend this i The Merchants Bank has opened a j out tbe country, of the West, and Mr. Case is a psw-; winter in Nelson, B. C. tical-gunsmith, who has made and repaired guns for over twenty years, hunters may be sure of getting thor- oughly reliable guns and ammunition from them. What, might have resulted in a se- rious accident occurred at TCnox Church this morning. The workmen had just hoisted a large block of granite weighing about four hundred j A telegram was received from Rev. i pounds to the scaffold when the scaf-JDr. Carman, general superintendent' but warm weather prevailed through- jers, Wednesday. A few showers but on the farm of A. 32-10-22jnew warehouse for the Western Can-! Saskatchewan and Alberta, a few has struck a floiv of good water. iilda commenced today. local showers but partly fair. S ta- li. H. Owen of the 0. W. Kerr Co., j E' Ul Kyjands returned from t-onary or a little higher tempera- who has been in the city for several ja trip to Banfr aud He ture. days, left this morning the north m search of a tract of land for the] company to put on the market. School Books and Supplies our new lines of Scribblers and Pencils J, J. Johnston Druggist JARTERS- folding gave way. Twelve men and the block of granite fell a distance of the Methodist Church this inorn- ing stating that he would be able to of-about twelve feet. Chas. Cowley i preach anniversary sermons at Wes- EZTH BRIDGE: had his leg badly bruised, being forc- ed through the floor. He was re- ley Church on Sept. 27th. Rev. J. S. Chivers, who returned arm slightly injured. no one was seriously injured. FRIDAY moved to T. Hawaiian's home on j last week from attending the Pan Rouo.cl St. Another man had his j Anglican congress in England, con- Fortunately ducted the services at St. Augustin's yesterday. While in England he rais- ed over for the building fund of St. Augustin's. H. Stewart, of Madison, Tt'is., the city last week, looking over Wic lands in the district. He has been dealing in Saskatchewan lands but, confessed to the Herald that this district had everything else beaten. He is an old stockuan and visited the Mclntyre ranch where Mrs; E. TJ. .Rylands leaves tonight to spend a vacation at Banff. Mr. Rylands will accompany her, return- ing on Monday. W. L. Wilson has sold his house on Burdett street and will take charge of the boarding house at Barnes' mines on Monday. Mrs. J. Johnston left on the westbound train .this morning for Vancouver and Victoria. She will be away for about two months. A large party of excursionists wont he stiys, he saw as fine cattie and horses as he ever saw feeding on grass. J. Bruce Walker, commissioner of immigration, received yesterday from Joseph Buxton, a duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- vince of Alberta, at Calgary, Sept. 4th, at -Co-Operative Hall. High River, Sept. 7th, at Astoria Sample Room. Claresholm, Sept. 9th, at Alberta Sample Room. Maoleod. Sept. Hth, at Town Hall. Leihbridge, Sept. 14th and 15th at A. R. I. Ri-ar.iing Room. Raymond. Sept. 17th. at Town Hall. Cardston, Sept. 19. Ohor.n Hotel Sample Room. Hotel Sample Room. AT O'CLOCK A.M. 4, I for the purpose of giving engineers R quip nf unpuc nUUIIUIl UHLL UI 1IUIIULU The folloTving horses having been cast will be sold by Public Auction at the Barracks, Lethbridgc, on Sat_ urday, the 29th day. of-August, at two o'clock in the afternoon. Keg. No. 2260. Reg. No, 2760. Reg. No. 2981. Reg. No. 129. Reg. No. 211. Pack Pony 209. TERMS: CASH. JAMES 0. WILSON, Superintendent. Commanding "K" Divison. A RELIABLE LOCAL SALESMAN WANTED for Lethbridge, Alta., and adjoining country to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest Nurseries." We are in close touch with the ex- perimental stations at Indian Head and Brandon. As a consequence, we are well up in varieties which are best adapted for "Western growing. Our stock has done remarkably well al through the West. Send for our WESTERN CIRCU- LAR with testimonials from men who are FRUITING OUR STOCK. fc tiC, pay Free and an opportunity of The right man gets permanent sit. 4, qualifying for Certificates under the I provisions of the Steam Boiler? Act, J J906. 4- Application for examination should T j he made to the above named Inspec- or and Piano from the Toronto and Halifax Conservatories of Alusic. Special induce- ments to students in all branches who join our school by September 1st. For further "information call or write during the last week in August. i: Studio, Tuff's Block, Opposite the Barracks I JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Mini.stt.-r. Department of Public Works, Ed- monton, Alfa. uation. Liberal inducements weekly; territory reserved. specially designed outfit for Western Agents. Write for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Ontario STRAYED To premises of undersigned first week in July one bay horse branded U on left shoulder, weight about 950 Ibs., white spot on forehead. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Oscar Nelson, Black Spring Ridge, (Section 10-13-22. 386 STRAYED to the premises of 1.4 Sec. 3, Twp. 12, R, 23, one small brown mare weighing about 750 Ibs., branded G over reversed F on left shoulder. Parties calling for the same will pay for this ad and her keepink. 42.4 W31..LTJCHA, Blayney. ;