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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta _ t VOLUME >c�d, th. tip of his nose being 1 P. R. was received at Lethbridge !cut oH mnd oth*,r injuries received. | Geo. McKinnon, the fireman on 4 and in forty-five minutes lha j the other locomotive, received serious wrecking crow and outfit were read/ j injuries to both legs and was other-to leave for the scene of the disarm \ \vit>t injured. soon on the scene and helped themselves with a Christmas spirit to the abundant supply of tobacco and cU that was littered about the take several days to Heaviest in History of Crow's Nest Pass Railway. (Western Associated Press.) Fornie, B. C, Dec. 21.-Today's payroll for the employees of the Crown Nest Pass Cool Co. will be the heaviest in the history of the company and will total $204,463.75. Rare wreck. was It will there is at a great saving in price Locomotive Foreman Pennyfather, being in Calgary, head machinist WU- clear away the wreckage completely. Bo;h ^re in the Macleod hospital. ' The regular Crows Nest passenger GRANBY NOW Come Where Yoa j Neither is injured fatally and there !train - 7) were held at Brocket until, From conversation with the men I feet. 'half-past four in the afternoon, when t Donald wen tin charge of the crow. (Special to The Herald) Raymond, Dec. 21.-This afternoon, George Bulmon. a fourteen year old boy, was killed while working on his father's farm, lie was distributing; manure having n home hitched to a scraper for that purpose*. In way the horse got tawgledjjp Jn the harness and'while the lad was endea-voring to extricate it. the horse fell over on him, killing him almost in-stoutly. - r 1 " some K = ABOUT YOURS HOLIDAY SEASON who were there, the Herald Icsrrtd Engineer Allender and Conductor the track was sufficiently cleared to that the operator at Brocket, thd Chrquette of No. I4w\nfz to tin- in- makitur it 1 Monisey, 11. C Dec. 2.'J.-As the C. P. K. express. No. it, war* pulling out from the stjtinn hriv Dan Mc-! Derinid. wliilr strppint* off train, slipped, rolling under, and wn> in-stuntly killed. The faet that the platform at the station was in h;td tne otnuiiori 1 hpartment of the In , 1 ! � . in rotuK>etu>n with tl\e present k;..;ioj of tr�v planting work on the J t'iiirtes. y\' Mitchell used to live at Mac- if slippery mad** it possible for thi� filial ity to iteeur. McDeruiid was ati old-timer in these parts and was well known throughout the Koutrunys as a prospector. (Western Associated Press.) r Winnipeg, Deo. 22.-Alter a session. lasting from early Saturday even ins; until nearly midnight, the hockey league adjourned until Christmas day. So far the result* arc that Joe Grand Forks, B. (J., 1W\ 23.-The \Hall and Harry Smith, who distill* news was made public today that thejguished themselves in the game in referendum vote tnk**n last Wednos- Winnipeg/ are expelled from the lea-day fif all the mines in the boundary | gue. in repard to the acceptance of the re- j The motion to exclude the Maple duced scale offend by the Oranby 1 Lonfe from the .leugtia al�o paseed, Coiii�i�lid�ted, was turned down by a j but was reconsidered nnd held over majority of 47. Granny is now cjoserf ; to Wedbefidny. Representatives from for several w. eks. No announcement � Brandon, Keiiora and Strathcona has been made of the company's in- were strong'for exclusion, but the i latter club disavowed action and they j changed representatives causing a 'deadlock. The matter will'probably ! go to arbitration. - j- ' 1 - - -A" tutioiis. NEWS FROM RAYMOND Recent Happenings in the Busy Town of Raymond - V L STOCK SHIPMENTS. ii and is ver.\ well knoi'n in l.eth- v.. I'. 11 For the past year or two hi b:�.n in the servhvs uf the i>e- SEED FAIR. ; Medicine Hat Ranchers Trait Many Cattle Over to Ship or* the G.N.to Medicine Hat. Dec. 23.-Statement piM'nient ai Agriculture at Kdmon TO MEET NEXT MONTH. Gr�t�sh Parliament Has Been Summoned. (W�st�rn Associated Press.) Lr.,don, Dee 22.-At One to Held Here for Three Days Next Week. The Department of Agriculture of Alberta, will hold a Provincial Seed Fair at Lethbridge on February IH, P.) and 20. Fairs will he held at Medicine Hat, Jan. 10; Raymond, Jan. 14; Mugrath, Jan. M and ITj; C'ardston. Jan. IGand i 17. At. each fair then- will be a ' stock judging school also. Raymond. Dec. 21.- A young son arrived at the residence of Mr. nnd ... t. \-  1  . ti.....1 .* � �* "u* imports and exports of horses Mrs. Mai'K Juiuison on lhuisd::y of , . 1 .V tins vvei-k. - �*{ '�'I m X REV. J. S. CHI V ERS ffOSES As alknber of the Euotfbe Cowittce f Calgary Diocese a private council held at Buckingham Palace j i- :n -nnng tie- King signed a pro-eium.uion, definitely Humnioiiing Lament to meet January 29. ALBERTA'S BLUE SKY phi I I DROP IN WHEAT. McKELVIE & McGUiRE Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge Calgary. V�cc. 25.-A meeting oi ih^j t>xi�cvttive commitUv of the PIol,:-. ^ 1 Calgary wns held hew in the Synod  (Western Associated Press.) V.nuiipcg, Man.. Dec. 2a.-The drop in wheat today was three-quarters of Among matters dealt with of pen-j * Pomt- December opened at 105 eral intctVKt were the following: Ibv. ( and closed at 105 .y. January opened olllci? last weak. Thrills Ckaries Mair With Delight After Cloudy Days in Ontario (From Monday's Daily.) Chn rk's the local immigrn tion agent, returned on Saturday night from a .six weeks' visit to Ot- F. D. Tynor, M.A., of Macleod w?nt. ! at 100and closed at my, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEAD office. toronto e*t4umsiied 1007 B. WL WALXBB, Prttideat ALB. JLAIftP, Oeseral aUasfer H. ttBLAVD, Saperintcodect of Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000,000 Total Assets, - 113,000,000 Braackes throughout Canada, and in the United States and England in hi� rosi|rnation as ho has accept.*! u not her ^harp;e in K^hraako, and the IV�v. J. S. Chi vers of I-ethbrklKe wjw appotivtod to tt\U� his place on the committee; ami the Hwv. ft. A. Itah-inson of lwi.rt*mhep was i�|so elected n memlwr of the committee? to All the vacancy caused by 'Canon HinclUTe'si removal front the dloceso. ' The Vital Statistics lately protnul-> anted by the Provincial (fovernmt-iM , tor Alht>rta came In for a good �!�->I I of discussion nnd was referred t� and cloaed at 44 May 113^. TRUSTEES TO MEET. Annual Meeting of Attociatton to Be Held in Calgary. *0.-Oi> ^.' y. , The � ';ilgary r>l*hlic and seho. 1 boards will throw open their M-hoob to the visiting delegate and will 1. iso provide other interesting "iitertainiueMt for members durirg *ii(-ir Mtnv in the city. It may be u surprise to many to learn that there are over 000 school dirtvicts established in the province. Kach rural district is entitled to one delegate, city and town districts to two. and industrial concerns are having great difficulty financing their schemes In the country districts it is not felt wo much as the rural community has a lot ol wealth set aside nnd easily available. Times arc hard in those parts of Ontario where th*->' suffered u sever drought. Farmers in these pacts are selling j4heir stock ridiculously cheap, not having any feiftl for them. Cood milch cows sell as low us fiVi? dollars a head. Air. Mair said he hail si-en the first blue sky for nearly si.\ weeks since* ho tfot ba�k into Allwrta. Last Saturday it was snowing and blowing a r.*gti'ar hlig/urd in 'i'oronto and "at thri-' o'clock in tlie morning in I^'th-lirutu* - f tiifi inrry my grips with->>'a glo\ u": iud not ft-vl the ctd,#. ' Miss McLcod, w*10 llnH la*en tench-j ing at Provo, is in town for the holidays. She has accepted a position � on the staff of the Tuber school for next year. A number of stray canines have fallen victims of the Marshal's un-j erring bullets during the las few days. No dng is safe without a tag. j Our stores present a very ani'nated appearance these days and Chrihtuu* goo U arc moving rapidly. Kmip Bros, have installed � very attrtu-tive cabinet for displaying ready-made clothing Haymondites are wishing the Lethbridge Steam Laundry would establish an agency here. Since Joe Kiv left us there has been on "washee" man in town. Two of our popular young people, Mr. Clarence Smith and Miss Gertrude Lee, were married yesterday, and left, on the afternoon train for Lethbridge. From there they are going South this morning. On their return they will take- up their residence on Mr. Smith's farm south of town.. 420 412 Export*. Medicine Hat .1,062 645 - - Glair........ 277 - - - Suilield ......382 017 - - Dunrnore Jet. 477 4,171 2,010 C0,0�0 Irvine......107 3S7 - - Mossy Lake . 110 1,182 6,006127,380 Woodpecker - 328 - - Bow Island - "314 - - Driven on foot 124 4,617 - - 2,06012,5018,011203,460 1905 exports- Horses, 2,720; cattle, 13,025; sheep. 13,424; wool, 262,823. lf#06 evports: Horses, 3,621; cattle, 13.596'; sheep, 12,171; wool, 232,250. The fact that 4,617 head of cattle were driven on foot several hundred miles to be shipped at Chinook to Chicago, via tlie Great Northern R. IL, in a somewhat startling fact for the C. P. R. to face, being over one-third of the total shipment of beef from this district. The circumstance should do much to ensure better accommodation being guaranteed the rancher in the way of cars in the future. This return coir-s from the U. �a \\ 'A 3 T � 4 1 -I �j � h ,3 customs office at the boundary, and does not include the many shipments of American bred cattle which have been grazed in Canada for the hist three years by the P. X. and U. C. people. h f 1 V TO PLAY HOCKEY Nelsco B.C. Team Wast to Play Here aeit L 4- 1 � Dr Stewart has received a letter from the manager of tho Neteon, 1L (*., hockey team, asking him for m match hero in danuury. The team will make, a tour cast about that time. Liw. J'atrick, formerly cap*, tain ofthe Montreal Wandorcra, f# ci\p tain of the Nelson team. Dr. Stewart thinks a good Wttun could \m got together hero and if thp weather ia right a tna�tch m|gW b�! f ^ ranged to take place on'. '%$a^ the North Witrj ii 1 * * k ,�5 h:: h h _1 ;