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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WIONIIDAY Mr> and Mrs. Southard and daugh returned from last nigh Chief Parry is out after these days. Shoot your doi or pity LoiiiePabet returned last night from j, a holiday trip to Cal Sfornia. -k t i The thermometer registered .aero last the coldest this .season. J Jus. Reid, formerly of the-C.P.R .freight staiT has been transferr to the yard with posi tJCtt'of car checker, This" Hoy is answer- ing jhc charge af selling liquor by retail his wholesale liquor estab- I liflhment. Miss. Florence Grady, daughter v of Lv, F. Grady; Macleod, at" En- I inontoh, where she- was attending Al wrta" College. Wm.'M. Campbell and J. L. Faw- of Macleod, htfve.ea- j-a co-partnership under the [style of Campbell and Pawcett The' committee" appointed by the to make arrangeinnets with I the gas borers and the Electric "Co. the continuance .of the present well met last night bat arrived no definite proposition 'to submit o the companies. 'Judge .Winter will hold the sittings lof the'district Medicine Hat [next Tuesday at the request of Judgo (Mitchell who has' gone east on a trip [Medicine Hat'Ts "a sub-district In the, judicial -district. Jar. Nanton. with their today, to spend some Hoy for liquor in letail 'quantities while holding only a wholesale license. C. F. Har- ris for Roy "appealing thin caw as well as that of Bouk, decided a few doys ago. A squadron of the Alberta has vbeen'organized at Cardston and the following officers recommended: IrwhvMajor; -II. A. Donovan; Captain; IX-ra V Hugh J. Brown months abroad. v one of ..the Jtfiss N ant on much-sought-after Jtobert Ganthonr's delightful keep the. 'audience In of itbis, season and will roatrjr missed from the ranks of younger eet during her. visit on other Winnipeg Telegram. ab- hu- iuerous mood during the whole ev- and you feel pleased and re- (freshed after great artist's citaL Don't forget the Pebrn ry 10. at .Hall, with a com aay of London six people. to a disagreement between i tee the ekateirs promised performance did not lake place last night. The of breach of con- tract on the part .'Of 'the local man- igvnent regarding local" expenses. The, Waters claimed they were prepared to give .the exhibition on the terms if. the contract. The managers claim that-the skaters should pay a of the local expenses. -Ijftst night at about ten o'clock a valve-in'.jthe- engine at the Electric Company's power station burst. The steam escaped to smth. an extent that it was necessary o off the electric light and ower until it was repaired, about hour later.- At the time of the tccident there .was fifty feet of water In the water tank and the other res- i-Avere all full so that should tickley of tho freight office he -unforttmate junior. 3Ars. Knauf inother .of .T. A. Kxuuif l.'OQnd St. taken to the with -a severe attack IK blood poisoning. The came from splinters of rood that JrtTd entered Mrs. Knaaf'9 sttid. Vestcrtlky Inspector HVest fined A. lew Year PUte Okw Mirrori riiletl Safety Kaiore ittoer aiMt Cloth Bound Books Burnt Leather Qoods SWmrenir China J.JOHNSTON Druffitt and Stationer. at Kipp came to town last night to cotrte through with a ten'dollar from ,the. south for Calgary this morning. Letters of adrrunistration-.-for the Wrn. Bullock late of Taber' are being taken out by W. E. Bul- lock, son of the deceased. The value of the estate is placed at consisting chiefly of. mining stocks at or near Tabtir. In a-row at the river bottom last night th'e man named Kelly, who achieved notoriety some time ago by poundiflg the face of one Davis into jelly, got a drubbing from Joe Pesky Joe. it seems picked up a chair and knocked Kelly cold. The R.N.W.M. P, got onto the fracas and Pesky have to face a charge of for ,of the railroad from Macleod to Card- ston and the boundary seem to be good. This week the delegates from Macleod -and -Gardston who were appointed to look after it were wired" from Ottawa to go immediate- ly capital to see to it. Mark Spencer, the Cardston delegate, left for Ottawa Wednesday night. If the freight shipments to a place are, any indication to its business prosperity, Lethbridge is going ahead and business as good us it has-been, is improving. Yesterday ilfteen car- loads of freight name to Lethbridge "low's tte day and ROW'S ttetoop" v or more of bur many surtablo articles for mailing to distant friends sucn nm LETHBBID6E HOOK- LETS, FHOTO POST" CAuBS OF UETHBUIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CAI.15XDARS IVORY AXD EJCBOS SED CHRIST- MAS CAKD3 BUItNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. 0. Higinbotham 4 Co. tlMITBD'. Family and Dispensing Chemists cheque. The LTt evening. ald Office will be open, this Persons desiring- to sub- Grand Steward of the Grand Chapter of Canada of Royal Arch Masons. B. R. Forster, and Mrs. Forstor, of Spar wood, B. spending a 'ew days in the city renewing ac- quaintancea. A. E. Humphries went to Calgary this morning to tvttend tbe executive meeting of the Alberta (and British olumbia Irrigation. Association. T. I. master mech- anic of a visitor at :ne' residence of Mr.- John Neilson for ieverai days this 'rospector. Tho gold medals awarded by the Lmerican Percheron.'Association at ast year's fair have been sent to the winners. They are very hand- some medals. Geo. Tester, a vag, previously sent up for theft, was thiS morning given thirty days for being drunk. He will be deported as an undesirable. He comes from England, where his, rec- ord is not of the. best. _' J. J. GiUespie.Jand.Mr. w. H.' Upton returned from their trip to the east on" Saturday last.. Both are delighted' to back: Creek and say vthe west for -them after Echo. Union -pa Tuesday "for- Montreal, on" a business trip which-.will occupy some'weeks, Peotiand, of Cal- gary .will bo in charge'-of the bank during1 Creek' jEcho.- ;v. v-. I Newa: Wilson, who has the guest 'of Mrs. Mc- Mrs. to, Lethbridge- last evening.-. 3tiss has been'the causedcl'etre of for CO., are glad' to nete aikr about after his iwcenti H. ,E. Mayruird, of the A, B. 4 Co. office staff has returned from visit to his home in England. W. U. Hanunon and wife of Pa., ore in the city, Mr. Ham mon an authority on gas and oil being one ot the leading ex- perts on continent. J. W. M.P.P., Cardston, came, in from that town last night and went to Edmonton 'this morning Mr. has been ill for past J. W. Martin, of Medicine Hat, in- spector of Dominion Lands Agencies, 'returned from a trip to Cardston last night and east thia mcrn- 'ing. t Miss If. Kiuniburg of the ster school stall has been called 4o Tabcr on account of tho very ious illness of her brother, who has dipthtoria. of. Calgary, formerly of C P.H. city" telegraph office in 'his city, arrived in the city last night and left this morning to visit uis aunt .Mrs. Keivor, on her home- stead. Cadet H. H. TS'clligan of Salvation Army "staff here, and re- cently of Vancouver, leaves on the 16th for Toronto S. A. training col- lege. A farewell will be tendered him on Sunday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Alice B. Harris, of-Denver, has written the postmaster 'or information concerning her broth er, has not been leard from for seventeen jears since he came to Canada. He is said to oe a cattle -rancher. Information will be welcomed.. Oh Sunday afternoon Jim Macleod and Ormie Freeman skated up the ri- as far as Whoop-Up, a distance of probably sixteen miles. It took .bout two and one half hours to go ach -way, the rough places being and short. Care was taken to avoid the thin ice'and air holes. -A letter came to "this "city "from the Aberdeen, Scotland, ddressed to Lethbridge; Alberta, U. t. When the officials in Croat Britain show such lamentable ignor- ance on Canadian what can be expected -the THE 8T01E Of QUALITY Clearing Sale For 15 Days of all kinds of CROCKERY Before Stock-ttkfag Big Reductions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. DONT MISS THIS CHANCE Nelson Fraser PHONE LKTHBBIDGK tnd file of Britishers? 'And hink of of' all "places! O. W. KERR CO. Jsmve opnMd in Oliver Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and eee tke Ivmom Ifcgratb land, now on the We hare also a lew ehoioe teetiont ilk Warner diatriel T. S. MeKENZIE, Loc.J IW TOU WISH TO BUT WHEAT LANDS HATCH COONS WEATHER BULLETIN. Mmonton, clear- Ethbridge stay The LethbrMgeV'Woollcii scribe to the daily or weekly or transact busintss of -.any nature with the ne-ws or departments, should drop aromad. On Thursday the fire bri- gade elected officers for the ensuing year as -Chief, L.H. Fowl- er; Asst.-Ghief, Gus Neidig; secretary J. H. Fleetwood; Captain of hose. F. Hick; Capt. of hook and ladder, E. Oxland; Engine fireman, W. Morris; Hydrant man. G. McLean. A ball will be held in Oliver's hall on March .2nd and another on Easter .Monday. The brigade expressed dissatisfaction with the city street lighting, espec- ially wt the nail. W. R. Inman, M. O-. eye specialist, is now at Higinbotham's' drug store. Twenty-nine years" in Winnipeg in cor recting over 50, dOO cases of defect- ive eyesight, insures the best advice regarding the eyes. If you have with ths eyes or need glasses consult him 'free; day or evening. Here till Tuesday night. The Literary. Society of Westmin- ster 'School held a .very successful meeting yesterday afternoon. ,A programme was -given and Miss Kimrhbas" remarks as: critic were COm plimctttary as well ad helpful. Ow- ing "to the calm weather of the prc- week was no issue' of the Chinook, the society's paper. Willie Watson, vice-preaidcut, made a very capable chairman. Vvitv t. "He is always looking ahead. To the Herald ho said "I jvant to sec our public uutluiuga crwilwuiy located, so our children will not be. asham- to plenty of land in the city, and public buildings have no reason be crowded onto a .few I Jutve travelled some and know that other cities have lots of land around their It makes them look public buildings, A pretty wedding took place Wednesday at the residence of Shcr- tomorrow night, iff and Mrs, Allan, Guelph, when The many friends of T, M. having received requests "lor Mackin- lumbermen's coats decided' to manufacture' the textile; 'They have already made a good" deal of it which, is of a qual- ity that can1 compare with that made anywhere. Dr. Tory the newly appointed prin- cipal of Alberta University has writ- ten the School Board saying that he will be in Lethbridge within the next two weeks.- Th.s .Gourd. HTS arrang- ing for a public gathering-to meet, the celebrated educationalist on. Fri- day, February 21st, if that date will suit Dr. Tory. According to the rules of the ma- rine, when a vessel is in distress cer- tain damages are'charged to'.the. con- signees of xhe cargo. As a result of this C.P.R. Agent Graham has been calling on the Hudson's Bay Co- and 34 30 94- 28" 6 10 10 EHJ 22 3 18 4 6 S-l HATCH A COONS, Oliver Block, Ltthbrfcfcc 'rince Albertj, elWr Swift Current, fair ______ Minnedosa, Tclpudjr Port Arthur, Calgary, clear t 30 -Hat, 30 BattleT6rd; clear" Regina, "cloudy '..J..J.... 22 Winnipeg, trace rain 38" Bulletin From Central The weather lias in Manitoba and light en. jn eastern parts. In Saskatchewan it has been mod- erately colder but milder again fa'th er west. Manitoba, a few lo- cal snow falls or flurries but mostly fine. Somewhat colder tonight. Sas- katchewan and Alberta fair cay and on Wednesday with rising perature. very mild ic-i has" fail- A. Macdonald Co. for six of'.the... invoice1 .value of the goods shipped to these firms on the Mount Royal. per cent. No. No. No. The Lethbridge Woolen Mills have 'been notified that they have been put on the patronage list of the Mi- litia and Police Departments. This means that the mills will supply blankets for the: soldiers and police. It was'-due to Senator DeVeber's ac- tivity that this arrangement has been made and H is anothet evidence of .the senator's .interest in Leth- bridge and its industries. The FernLe "Ledger has the follow- ing account of the -wedding of the brother of R. A. Wright, of this city: At the "home of the bride's parents, 10 Victoria Ave., a quiet wedding was soleciniwjd ou Wednesday morn- ing lasV-fFhen Mr. Clayton C. Wright of this city, and Miss Annie- Joseph: ine Rudnicki, daughter.of. J. F. Rud- nicki, of too Home Bank staff "were unittki in the bonds of holy matri- mony in the prcsenos of intimate friends only. The ceremony took place at. 8 a.m., the Rev. Father Ta- vernler omcia-trag. The Grand of A. F. and A. 'M, organized in 1906 has received recognition from the United Grand Lodge of England and grand representatives .havos'-'bBen- ftp- pointed. Sheriff Murphy -of Mooso- rain, Sosk.; past grand master of the grand lodges of Manitoba and Saskatchewan been commissioned K' _ __ __ _y, the njsstc-r vnw o m Grand Lodge of as the rep- resentative near -the Grand Lodge of "Saskatchewan and was on Jan. 30 at Broadview presented with thfe jew- el of office by IT. II. Catnpkin, grand master y.'oi! Saskatchewan Grand Lodge. TUEtOAY. Lethbridge Markets Xo. 1 Northern 16 No. 81 No. 3 Northern........................... 73 No. 4 Northern 59 No. 5 Northern 42 NO. 1 Alberta Red 84 2 Alberta Red 79 3 Alberta Red ................_... 71 4 Alberta Red 51 5 Alberta Red 40 1 White 76 2 White 70 3 White................................ 62 1 Rejected 55 2 Rejected......... 50 Oats..................... per cwt. 92 Barley per cwt....... 82 Flax..................... per bus.......80 Dressed Turkeys per Ib.......... 20 Ducks per Ib.......... 18 Geese............ per Ib.......... 18 Chickens per Ib..........14 Cattle on the per Ib. 3 Cows..................... per Ib.......... 2 No. NO; LJve per f5 to Dressed cwt, Sheep: Live......... per cwt. Dressed per cwt. Butter: Dairy........... !K..... Creamery P61" Effgs...................... pcr-doz. potatoes per cwt. Turnips............... per Ib.......... 1J 6nions per Ib.......... 3 Parsnips per tb, 1J UpUzid per tau Bloc Joint per 13 30 30 80 FARM TO RENT FOR KENT ON SHARES, 640 acres all level, and partly fenced; sec. 14, township 7, range located South of Lethbridge. Any reasonable offer will be considered. J. A. kane, Washington. Hundlc, 3po- S. jMcKcnscic, of the 0. W. Kcrr Co. is-cxpectftd back frortj Minncupo- j Unim.nt Niuril- WHKJt MJUfJJiG WILL that yow IUTC expe ditcbarge of important office and a knowledge of adnuiirtimiioB of A ObMpft hat theoereqniKMCMieaadie Mpeeiallj organiEedand Make 4 mil and appomt Compatif yamr V THE TRUSTS AND f BARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Hod Offict, Toronto) Publio Admiiusttalor Lethbridge Judicial Adrwoiy Board for Alberta D. W. Marth, P. Turner Bono, Ewr.. William Fearoe, Esq. 711 yint (JJwtiinder Corner) Calgary. A. a. ROSS, V Facts about Gridiey, Biggs and Sunset Colonies in Butte and Slitter Counties, CaL California's Greatett Deciduous Fruit District Pire to sis eropa ol alfalfa annually. Climate which has made the state famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. No cyclones, no blizzards, TIO Continuous growing and cropping Benson. Richest soil in the state. and home of diversified farming. Oranges ripen from four to six weeks earlier than in other parts of the state Churches, railroads, telegraphs, telephones and good schwols. Electric ijotemrban cars connecting with the large cities, Irrigation from Feather River, the. third largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. More than 300 days of sunshine every year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A pood place ,to live and a sure plaee to make money in. Write or call 011 L H. W. FRIELING, tan) Ipt IrrtfiW UK Ci For'Infonnation and Literature Ldrtrtsjl, Agents Waited SIMPLIFIED SPELLING EASY The Simplified Spelling Board, which TCOS organized in Jicw York' city about two years and -which- sends out lists of worked words from time to has-, bwn' extreme- ly industrious with the re- sulti that r, list cs' nouns, verbs, and .adjectives have been turned out into cokl world to get along as best they may. It is now au fait with-the siaipli- sists on following the olil style of orthography o. rep the term TTC- ing just as effective with the final "e" chopped off as it. to be when the creature .wore the But if the offender errs through ignor- ance, he would probably be .termed an as that another of the words which has had its tail am- putated. The following- arc a ftow of the words which will hereafter be- in orthodox edsspHfitd Akc; aiter alfobct. anto-gnii. autum. ..b.ibliograiy... boro, bild, bilding, CAmpain. quire. cooo, .collcag, co-l-uii, condit. countcrfit, 'curtcous, cxcede, foren, forfit, post, gord, gardian. harang, indettcd, iland. ilo. num. pamflct, paraffraf, fonctic, rwn- rcdou-tablc. sors, sithf, redoutcd, sent, sion siv, solcm, s on, succede, surfit, telsrfone, thum, lung, wicr, iricrd, yomoji, uin, heroin, illumin, imagin, Jntwthjf masviulin. mcdicin, rapin, sanjruin, turbin, premise, treatis, :phasiv; pos- positiv, productiv, tiv, sensitive transitiv, ;