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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY Fisko has opened lumber Toronto on Jas. yard ou Burdctte St. A, J. Is iit visit. 1'. L. Xjiibinith iitid Dr. Mtnvburn, ivturnwl from Denver last night.- The to C. Simmons the clever- fht speakers in the Lfgislature. A big- brick manufacturing estab- JUameiit 5s to ton located at Alder- s.sde a new town High Kiver. Samuel Jlroxyu has been appohit.eii t'hief of Policy a-L Jlij4h River_ with u salary of per month. Fernic JN negotiating for the pur- chase of -the priva-tely owned water and light systems of that town., O. FKzmaurice is leaving a of. weeks' trip to X'orth Da- son, joined her husband here liist Air. Uruiidowjiafs charge of Slandai'd V at the public The Hoard pi' Managers of Knox Church mot and decided to calf another Ix; forci aVal'dflpg -the.'contract" for th par- ty in Macleod. A. E- Easton and J. A. McGuffin left this morning on, a month's trip to the Coast. They ;will visit Van- couver. Victoria, and otber coast points. The, Craflbrook Herald .gives c reucy to a rumor that D. C. Colernaui -mort; extended than that of last year now superintendent at will and includes best American bred stal- A coupon costs six cents and is.re- deemable at any office in a postal union country at five, cents. By pur-1 chasing this- coupon a writer is en- abled to prepay postage for reply. By sending this coupon thfj receiver has postage for'Yeply in stamps of his own country. The secretary oi the. Agricultural Society has Deceived ''from Ge.o. W. Stubblefield, the secretary of the Per cheron Society of America a list, of prizes they are offering at the Leth- bridge Fair this year. The list is O. W. KERR CO. opened offices in the Oliver BIocK. Room 5' Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come the famotis'Maprath land, tiow'oir the We hare also a few choice sections in Warner district., T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. succeed J. Erlekson as superintendent lion, on this division of the C.P.R. Kmare, The Cranbroolc iieraicrreports that" j open J. Atchison, -who has been con0n- j class, best three mares open class. any age, best American bred an'y age, Champion stallion, IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of tHe HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, ed to the hospital severe at- best American stallions and ablv impressed withithe country. Hc'ed at tlve barracks IKis morning on us iookinu for a place to t.nd, a charge of scllmg liquor without of pneumonia, is progressing fa- best American.bred five wes _ _ rpijg.-. andj vorably and will soon Ije able to sit ot those a gold rnt-cmi is onerect For ca.tx; in which ht "to, io- uliccnsc be lortunate, ah the Dr. is well known as a friend and advocate cf many good causes, FRIDAY. U the nieetiufj of Uie Quarter ly Board of Wesley Church last, night, jtiTau'gamsr.ts were completed lor -tlie removal of the old Greek Catholic Church, purchajjecl in Staf- ford to the new site >site ..iiiinsUjr School ir. "vqrth Tlic work '.of putting i-t into will tit ,Jt is oixpectoi iuc On Thursday; .Toai.-ol, to the wife ,1os. W. Tennanf, a daughter." Fire did -damage to the; Methodist 'Chiur f Of occuponcv :n a i "appointed >vill be ready weoks. Tha S. Jones, J. A. L. Fos- spend a time ,at Winnipeg and Montreal before going to Ottawa and on 'the return, trip will visit To- Detroit.. Chicairo. and Minnea- polis, the latter, part and spafcious rooms of the irriga- tion tall were thronged wKfc mem- bsrs and fricndfi of- ths A. Y. P. A. Monday evening. The members ot the social eommittw had arranged an yKtenpstiBfc programme of amwseaients all prwfisnt had a thoroughly en- joyabte refreshments bud twen vote of thanks was 'tendered: ifiss Blag-burn for her Xind The naxit meeting will witfc ihe subject of Canadian Victoria Hotel a t Calgary. Lledicirc Hat council turned a resolution to give ..salaries to mayor and aldermen. The construction of the Mossey Harris warehouse- is under way. The Woollen Mills continue to re- ceive large orders which filled as rapidly as possible. "Raymond now enjoys a gratuitous latter town has eight phones now. Magr'ath town council has trans- ferrid its bamk account, from the Un- ion Bank here to the Bank of Mon- ti-eal at Magra-th. Mr. T. H. Navin's frwods in the city will regret to learn of the ser-jwos conducted tty the President, up- Eev. J. A. Doyle, the western sec- retary .of 3Iethb'dist-. Sunday Schools s.n.1 Toung- Societies, -who preached twice san Wesley Church 3 es- terday, left for. this morn- ing Live] The Provincial '.cfovemment is spend On I ing-.considerable money this yea'r im- proving the1 road between here and j Taber, also the road between here and j Kaymond, and the road -across the I raver. j Twn' Mlow-s raised trouble :rc' the j returning to 'Calgary during Belgian Restaurant on Saturday ev- ening- and were coral led by tie' po- lice.- .One, V fallow named Tor-Is, costs. arui inmates of their houses ordered to vacate their premises in ton days. JI. C. McMulk-n, accompaniecl by Jlrs. leaves tonight for the east. is to go to Ot- tawa -.will deliver a lecture on the National Association convention'.! clown j the way eas-t Mr. aud'.ilrs. ilcM as first and a reserve ribbon as second. For the "Best Stud" (stal- lion and four iriarcs) any age, owned, by exhi'bitor. the first'prize is a chum pion cup, value Si00 and a diploma, and the 'second pnze a gold medal and diploma. All animals must' be owned by the exhibitor who muit.be a member of the Percheron Society of America and recorded with the f o- ciety in the Percberon Stud Book oi America. in which all 'animals ex- hibited must be recorded also. The regular monthly meeting; c-f the Women's Missionary Society of a-'ter- rhe cevo- was conducted by Mrs. j A. L. Foster, and a .and' excellent address on yea land was given by Mrs. C.. Tl. Daniel. At the business meeting following- which illness of his in Moose! Dr. Galbraith, it was decided to hold THURSDAY. AY. J. Stain, who is building the bridge over the Little BOA is in the city business today. .Miss Bw'J. of rinclicv Crsek. xvho visitinp: n.t. the for home, last night. A. Fo'.e.v, the goverument poul- try .expert will likely address a meet- hiij duriwjf; the poultry- exhibition rnoiitk. "A. the" government poul- try expert from Kdmonton went sduth to Stirling this morning- to Itvifi than likely that tlie Al- licrta go' rumen t will establish a priniinp bureau when the present Vr-j. nccorupaniecl by her 10US Hat News. At the banquet to Hon. Sydney Fisher, Minister of AhricuVture, at Montreal, his father, aged 90 years, j was a guest. W. C. Simmons is in charge of a bill in the Legislature for the incor- poration of the Grand Lodge oi Masons of Alberta.. Miss B. Joslyn, teacher of .Stand- ard IT at the public school was un- able, through illness to assume her duties today. Mr. Sick, of Lethbridge. manager 'of'the-Lethbridge Brewery, was in the city on Friday, and was shown around by Aid. Hat News. Miss A. E. Maveet.V who visiting- her brother. H. A. ...Mave-fty. left this n.-orning. for Mediciiv; Hat. where she will visit her aist.er .Mrs. Dr. Allison Smith. j G. Heathersnaw has been ap-j pointed Magrath's representative on ynur. cousins across, the seaj Tjoynl yostorday. one or more Of our suitable! j M. P. P., of Cnrdston California's Deciduous Fruit District Five to six crops of.alfalfa atinually. Climate which has made the stole famous. Plenty of cheap water for irrigu- Contimious state, farming. Oranges ripen from four to six weeks earlier than in other parts of the state. Churches, railroads, telephones and good schools. .Electric internrbarf cars connecting with the s one or more or our nhj.ny suitaoiej j. wooif. M. r. P., 01 onrdston; p schools. .Electric internrban ca.rs connecting with the Pkte -Mirrors articles for mailing to distant (iown from '.Edmonton lastj large cities. Irrigation from Feather River, ihe third such as i nTcjht "left on south'- LTu.in j StatR." Aiintial Tain fall 20 iv.cbes. LETHoniuGE SOUVENIR BOOK-j this morning. More than 300 of sunshine every.year. Magnificent LISTS, 1'i.fOTO' POST CAllDS R_ vr. in ru car load sccncrv, -cod hauling and fine fishing. A-pood place to R E A N'S fop Freshest Fruits Choicest Candy OUR SPECIALTY ICE CREAM by Brick or Bulk the year round Try some Store Opposite P.O. Phone 98 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. can guarantee yon complete satisfaction. 640 acres, 2 miles east of.'.th Silver farm at par acr, on good terms. 320 acres, 1-2 mile in'g, about 10 7iiiles bridge, at per acre, terms. (340 acres, 3 miles from Ld bridge, per aero, on terms. acres on proposed 1 in of railway at per acr.. easy terms. Up-to-date improved witli crop, machinery and hor e.s for sale. Small cash pay- ments, balance crop paynu-iit plan, Safety ii ononi Leather and Uioth jsouna J3.ooK8 j 't LtX'rf I ,O V l.O-i.lVl. .1. Bnrnt Leather Goods {TUCK'S FINE AHT CALENDARS nu. A' j IVORY ASD EMBOSSED CHKIST- Fancy Souvenir China CARDS J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. BU-UNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. ttiginbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists of fat cail'tlc from Cardston lust night j The shipment was for P. Burns ft 'Co. and the entire load will han- dled by the local branch. S. Witwer of tho. firm of Good