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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY "F. "E. took a company of [fund -seekers out to south couu- [try thte jnoriunjf. Superintendent Wilson, while driv- the- river bottom yesterday. ling on and Trc- cottonwool tree in bud liilmost in leaf. Thos. Henderson, of Belfast, (land, .came up on the .South train I last night aud went on to Pincher, kvhere he has bought a farm of .acres. He thinks a great deal Alberta: II. A. Jackson, Helena, Mont., (general freight agent for the .Great (Xorthern Railway came to the city his private car. He is gong lout on Thursday and in the rnean- i is looking over the prospects of Letting more freight business from I this part of the country. h'he Macleod Gazette says: The build- ling permits issued last year amount- Ld to of this am- lount was spent in the addition oi lone storey to the Empire Hotel, JOOO in the erection ot stores, the ba- llance being represented by residences erected during the twelve months. The outlook for this season is con- Uidered by contractors to be particu- F. Hopkins' homestead where tfcey are all ready ahd for the con- time and much pleased with their tract will be in a short time, first visit to larly bright. T. A; travelling: representa- [live of the Oddfellows Relief Asso- ciation, arrived in the city this mor- l-hing, and will renew the acquaint- Lince he made with the local OddfeV- llows two years ago. Mr. Tully be- Ilongs to peterboro, one of Ontario's- progressive cities. Southern Alberta I is enjoying'a tropical winter corapar- with Ontario; which is buried in Liuow. He was blockaded for sixteen Jliours on a train between Toronto jSTorth Bay.- W. H- Hammon, 'the gas expert ho is investigating the gas well sit- uation on behalf of the city, 'spent lyesterday afternoon at the -well, fie also the log book of the borers. His report to the council is not to be given to the public until sifter it has been, submitted to. the I-committee of the city council. The will probably be prepared meet the Electric Company and J. I'Peat'fc Sons this evening. -meantime nothing is being purpose sinking a now shaft. The Ellison mills have been award- ed a number of contracts for supply- -ing Indian agencies among which are the'Peigan and Blackfeet agencies. JR. S. Jenkiiisbn, the Medicine Hat .horseman, .and Cap't. Ross of River, captain of the champion polo team-.of Canada, are playing pole Riverside, team in a big tournament- being" held at .River- side this week, An unclaimed parcel, addressed to W. Warren, post office. It contains an Indian medal-given Gunner F. P- Syvret and a the record ;The plans for the extension of Star. the grocery side of. the store to the Walter Chiles, lately of the Exper- same depth as the dry goods and a jmentul Farm, died suddenly yester- complete second storey. duy morning of pneumonia. Mr. and The North West Supply Co. of Win Mrs. Chiles came to Lethbridge last nipeg. to whom quite a number of spring from Ha wick, Scotland, He Lethbridge mail order people have was a man past .middle life. It is sent money, to get cheap goods has expected that the funeral wall take become insolvent with liabilities of place on Thursday morning at 10-30 and assets of o'clock from Knox Church, leaving a deficit, including good Leth Qn Saturday afternoon, the funer- bridge money of The al of the late Frank Sexton was held company carried no stock and car- fr0m St. Augustin's Church, to the ried on its business by filling, orders-Anglican cemetery. Rev..''J. S. Chiv- from the wholesalers. ers omciatiag.. The pallbearers Frank Sexton who has been in fellow boarders from Mrs. Towle's of the gunner. -wL'he; two bars for and Punjab Fron- tier 1897-98. Mr. and Mrs. are! Lethbridge for the past eighteen boarding house, Messrs. G. Buck 'months died at the Gait Hospital ler, S. Pope, C." J. Bain, E.R. Forster, of Sparwood, -B. C., who have been vis- iting in the city returned home last night. Mrs. Forster is expected to return next week to. continue her visit. G. S. Francis left this morning for High River and Calgary- He is the delegate of the local chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrews at the conference to .bejxeld there next week S unday. A gang of .roughs' smashed the win- dows of the 'City, Laundry, Redpath St. the other night. The police were on the scene as soon as word was sent in by a neighbor but could not find any of the, mischief-makers. This afternoon a workman on the -new 'C.P-R. bridge named Bilson fell into one of the excavations. His nose was badly cut jand he sustained, internal injuries the extent of which, was not known at the time of going to press. He was removed to the .Gait Hospital. Harker Co. general merchants, have-sold out to a company of farmers in that vicinity under the name of the-Magrath Trad- ing Company, "R. W. and J. F. Brad- shaw, A. Hacking, Colernan Bros., and others are... interested in the. new firm. TheyMedicine Hat Times: says: "H. A. Ireland, trainmaster's clerk, came into the city from last Tuesday morning. The yesterday morning and'will be buried and T. Atherton. tomorrow afternoon. Rev. J. S. Chi- j_c Brown, lately of Huntingdon, vers officiating. The deceased was a O.ue now, a resident-of this city young Englishman and since coming hag 'purchased four iots on Ford St. to Lethbridgo has worked for G. E. ngxt toy ths caruthei-s'; yards, on Hemelryk on his farm east of the whjeh erect a warehouse 48 city and for the Warehouse by 72 feet, two storeys ,for the handling of the International Har- vesting Co.'s machinery- The ware- house will be erected at-once. A. 2tf. Dowsley of Cando, North Da- kota-, graduate of the Ontario Col- lege of Pharmacy, has accepted a and Transfer Co. SATURDAY Taber is to have an agricultural society. The thermometer stood at fifty-four in the shade at noon today. position in Johnston's drug store. Al E. F. .Riseling, and S. Jellett of though a stranger to the city Mr. Femie, B. C., are in the city. Dowsley is no stranger to the drug The letter of the Jackson, both already doing business airs -Haley of Coaldale left for fraternity represented la Lethbridge. Fergus Falls, Minn., this morning. naving graduated in Toronto tne law office works hardships that the law little ed. Henry Belder recently arrived in the country from across the line and The Valentine Club gave a very W :E Watson of Qmemee N. Dak., .successful ball iii the Bijou Hall on arrived last night to take a position St. Valentines 50 coup- the Taylor Hilling Co. as 'les being present. This was strictly Leap Year, and many were the trou- blous predicaments: which the gen- tlemen found themselves. The music was furnished bv Madame Norman's accountant. F. Medcraf and wife who have .been visiting N. James at, Brant returned m O.O J Wi Anm.in last night, and are gomg south, ttf, orchegtra> :amla dainty supper served by the ladies of (the _Club at midnight this was voted the most California tonight. T. B. R. Henderson of Edmonton, of the Provincial Itepartmerjt of Ag- successful affair of) the Reason, and riculture, arrived in the city, .last night to assist in the management of the Provincial Seed Fair to held here next week. Dr. Jr K. Barret, of Winnipeg, In- much dUe tj managing com of who it i specter of the father of Mrs. Wood, Bart It is altogether likely that the Ncj.i.Qi.-jj.v.i. -train" bo put on. again .iihout March -1st. The talk at the .'Montreal, offices as given the Herald is that "the train, will be put on ag- am but. will- rim through to Port- land, Oregon. According to the to JW. to official business. W. Tyrrel, locomotive thtj -icine which is really the centre of the district. Mr. Ireland was in the. Hat last fall, leaving for bridge November and is well j machinist fitter and af the C. P. R- shops re- The Qnt.t jSeview says: "The remains of the late E. B. Stone formerly of Peterborough, who pass- nesday, Jan. '29th; -.arrived in the city today, noon. The funeral, took place Ironi the .C.P.R. depot and waa largely attendsd many-of the deceas- old friends turning out to pay He expects to return ihi turned last night from Toledo, Ohio, a last of respect. The pall- known here. the course, of a few weeks. The two .horse thieves, Laframboise and Brown, who were arrested for stealing: a' bunch of horses, nave both pleaded guilty to the charge before .-sent schedule the run from- Spokane i judge Winter at Medicine Hat 'and A. Helmer, of Calgary, ranch in- spector who has been with homestead Inspector Link in this vicinity for several days went west this morn- ing. MJd'dleton Kinniburg, the eight year old'son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kin- niburg died on Friday at their ranch near Taber. The funeral took place on-Sunday. The Old Timers had a good time at, Thos. McNabb's it be- ing the regular dance held on his birthday. Mr. McNabb always gives the old timers a good time on his birthday. Tho horse and rig belonging to F. Hopkins that was taken from the city on Saturday night was'recover- ed yesterday by the R.N.W.M.P. It was found several miles across the river where had evidently been dri ven. >To arrests have been made. The executive mission board of the Methodist church has appointed eight men to go to different missions of the church in West China. Among them are D. M. Perley, British Col- umbia; T. W. Bateman, Sedgwick, Alberta; and A. T. Cruiiher, Prince Albert, Sask. The monthly missionary meeting of the Epworth League of Wesley church was held last night and was in charge of Mrs. Harrison, "missionary vice-president. Interesting articles were read'on Chinese work by Miss Harrison: Indian work by Mrs. Pipes end work among the Galicians by Mrs. Jordan. A good attendance was present and an interesting meet- ing held. A well crowded house heard Robert Ganthony and his at 'Oliver. Hall last bunch of artists night. It was far from a well pleased assemblage and the general teeling was that if these people appeared all receive noti'ce to quit The lacrosse club are bei'ore crowned heads at it -was to the country. disgusted with the way they were hoodwinked by the advance .agent. 2 -14 -8 _o -4 -4 -6 -12 were Messrs. E. A. Petk, since Christmas. He'says that there w. Hatton.R. E. Wood, are hundreds of machinists -walking Robcrtson and Joseph Mills, the streets of Tbledo out of work, has just arrived in Lethbridge with service at the Davidson "conducted the the intention of starting a class for The principal work of some of the "to Portland takes sixteen hours. In asked for speedy trial. The Judge, piano study. She has been a student thc post office staff extended route will sentence them at .the end of the [of Stratford Dawson, of Montreal, -consequence of the there is a. possibility of one of the! swings. Brown was arrested in this at least reaching Leihbridge J cjty unci in Hanley, in daylight. i Sa.sk. The latter has a bad record The services in the Baptist Taber-, S172_80, Thjs a gOod deai nacle tomorrow, willbe held at. the money to spend in postage for the usual hours, ,11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Lethbridge trade in addition to the Work -at. the C.P.K. bridge is being [having spent several years in the .-rtip'idlv pushed. Today excavations! gaols of the west. for the piers on the west side of thej FRIDAY. river were started. A third con-) :a-ete mixer arrived this morning and! The Misses Hardie' went to Mcdi- KCv. Wm. Reid 3vill preach at both CQSt Q. Catal0ffucs but thcy can jis soon-as Lf is erected a night shift j cine Hat last night to attend the will be put on. A system of electric] Baby Bachelors' Ball this evening, has .been installed by thej Mrs A_ jj_ McKeowen, is down Electric Co. during tne{ frOm for a couple of weeks past days. TJie night shift'will! .start before t.he end of the week and; will include a.: large number of men.' The Didsbury Pioneer says: "The t business-deal by which Xoah B. Good lakes over a large fruit and confec- and is staying with her son, F. Baroness Road. and uses the method of Leschetizky, who was Paderewski's teacher. Miss Holland comes with high recommen- Saturday and today the distri- bution of thirty-six mail sacks full of Eatoii's catalogues. Being curious j the Kerala man iigured up the post- age and counted it to be just about WEATHER BULLETIN. Edmonton fair 22 Lethbridge. clear 26 Prince Albert clear ....'........22 Regina, clear 20 Winnipeg, cloudy 16 Calgary, 'clear.................. 22 Medicine Hat, clear 22 Swift Current, clear......... 18 Bulletin F.rom Central .Office Light snow has fallen in eastern Saskatchewan and norliief otherwise the throughout the prairie provinces has been fair. It has turned quite cold in all. districts below zero temperatures being record ed everywhere. West fine and cold Wednesday fine with rising tempera- tures. Lettbridge Markets 36 ...j.. r------- cost 01 me Morning subject "Christ's afforu lo d 5." Evening "Christ's scrvativc estimatc Sayings call to women. At 3 o ciuC-ix ti hundred Pastor's Bible Class will meet. do as it is a con- that at least two dollars a day is sent "from "tionery Iwsiness at Lethbridge been completed and N'oali has Mrs. Campbell of High River went through the city this morning has now The public j way to Cardston where she call- ed on account of the. illness f bor hearty invitation is extended to all strangers and visitors to attend the services. I! has! settled in the Cardston district. The law of the railways is that the i" this city to Eaton's. The reception given by Chief Parry on Saturday and today has been a mother. most enjoyable affair. Q Large num- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 81 No. 3 Northern.................. 73 No. 4 Northern No. o Northern No. 1 Alberta He'd No. 2 Alberta, No. 3 Alberta Red No. 4 Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta Red No. 1 White No. 2 White No. 3 White 59 42 84 79 71 51 40 76 70 J. IIU Ul Cliti A Cfci.1. TV y AO t -_, u n TullJ decorated rooms 01 the Chiei s v v 55 freight rate on settlers' effects shall! f __._ _._ No-' I apply only to second hand material while the customs and the immigra- will be sorry to lose him] Oi Jaw, and recently .appoint- j navc into possession. of Didsbury they have always found him upright, straightforward auaji not, only in his own business! in Anything that he undertook foriwho Soes mto tnC the welfare of.-the town. The board I department, -of-trade of which Mr. Good was aj Frank Sheppard, Port Stanley, Brownloe. C'.P.R. superintendent laws designate only things that usedj as settlers' effects. the Craubrook division, went ;jrr. Belder purchased a stock of ma-! new quarters. These were supplied by Jacob Sawchutk mid were most lavish. The large ta- ble in the centre cf the receiving j room was decorated with men's un- j Oats Barley Flax Dressed 50 per cwt.......1.20 per cwt. per bus. (aim an w r" derwear, quilts, cushions and various! business through last night to relieve the chincry and implemonts in the States usefulncss. The Turkeys per Ib. Present superintendent .G. thc intention of starting farm- _.________.. Ducks per lb. C.P.R. forestry i jng. Operationsi But" his effects were i inner room was lestooned with yards J member, will also miss his services considerably, and if he ever should back_to Didsbury a warm Out., who has been visiting his son, Sheppard and his daughter, wel.JMiss Sheppard-, returned to Ontario Sam Witwer last night. jHe is greatly taken with the west and it is unlikely that he will come to Alberta to locate. C. Charles, arrived last night from Calgary with his staff of helpers for -come awaits inn also going into business with :C5ood, whit-h will make a strong corn j 'lii nation. j THURSDAY. j C. B. Bowman has been reappoint-j registrar of vital stntistiL-s, byj opening dinner will be served on Alberta government. _ all new, hence not settlers effects m the eyes of the Canadian or the C. and vards of stockings and other .ar- P. Tt. law. He had therefore to pay a much higher freight rate and the regular duty on his implements. On a full stock of farm implements this is no small item, MONDAY The Dominion Government is going dtiCOrativc qualities- several tjcles iThe v articles belonging to them, the to- tal value reception days yet. being The Chief's be held for several TUESDAY. the Hub Cafe. The finishing touches j to erecfa post office building at "ivon to the rooms and Cranbrook. W. Watson, C.P.R. agent at Pinch- Monday from 6 to 7.30. Mr. Charles er Creek, has been transferred to The banks of the city will close at i is aiming to have his cate up to date in every respect. 32 o'clock, noon on Saturdays, com- mencing March 1. The remains of the late E. B. Stone were interred at Peterboro last Sut-1 exchange places iirday. i Other reported The flrst 100 pounds of dour turn-; Supt. Brownlec out in Lethbridgo is on exhibi- tion at the Dallas Hotel. Humor has it that the C.P.ft. au- thorities contemplate changing ChieS. Train Dispatcher Allen of Medicine! ing .up the lesser man. Hat with the dispatcher at Calgary. The Alberta 'Railway and Irrigation Company are building a switch to Elosmer, B. C. Gibbons has disposed of five Alex. McLean of Coleman was in the city yesterday, the guest of Rev. Win. Keid. A. Kesier, O. Ostlund, and II. Selk of Stirling in Lo this city on last night's train. Chief train dispatcher Mansfield of lots lhe 'track for warc- purposes. Rev. A. M. Gordon will be in Mac-' Icod tomorrow and Wednesday Geo. W. Hoathershaw and J. F. Bradshaw of Magrath were arrivals j Turnips Onions Gcesc...... per lb. Chickens ...............per lb, Cattle on the Steers per lb......... Cows per lb......... Live per cwt...... Dressed Per Sheep: Live per cwt....... Dressed per Butter: Dairy per lb......... Creamery............... per Ib......... Kggs per doz. 30 to Potatoes............... per per lb......... 20 18 18 THE STORE OF QUALITY.' SEEDS! SEEDS! FOR GARDEN FIELD i Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Ca, and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Eraser PHONE 21 LETHBKIDGE O.W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market We hare also a choice sections in Warner district. T. S. MeKENZIE, Local Manager. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of theXethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge WHEJf yOlfR WILL Remember that yotir Executor shonld have experience m the discharge of the this important office and a thorough knowledge of the administration of estates. A Trust Company has these is especially organized and equipped to act as Executor under wills. Make a will and appoint this Company your executor. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. O' (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. Bone, Esg.. William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street Corner) Calgary. A. G-. ROSS, Manager. LETHBRIDGE WINTER WEATHER Lethbridge weathor figures reveal the wonderfully mild, winter we have had. They certainly establish that this city and district are blessed with the best climate in Canada. Figures talk. We give the highest and lowest temperatures from the day the Daily o v Herald came into existence until the end of January. "When this month- is ended we will about the -weath- er and so until the winter over, high low Sll 30 40 j December -12ih December December December December December i December 13th 14th 16th 1.7 13 19 ...............27 ...............23 ...............30 that and Allen of Medicine Hat, on Sunday changes are s bringing his that will on last night's train. Kov. J. K. Munro. of Taber, was j Parsnips ot Jin the city last night on his way to j a i--. semi-annual Fres- Presbytery meeting at J. D, 3IcNivcn, P. P next to the Masscy-Harns Victoria. B. C.r of Ottawa, fair wage; Carrots Upland Blue Joint. per Hi. per Ib. per per ton per ton j', i December 20 .................34 3 j December 21 ,-.T I December 23 S1.0 15 officer of the department of labor is Scott of be transferred east. The C.P.R. of-, ficials seem to have a mania for on which ho w.ill erect a furni- m the c.ty. jturewarehou.se. W. C, McKillican or Ca.gary and; A. Macdonald Co. are going to; complete their block on the corner, of Round and Redpath streets this B c spring. Thc plans and specifications; Chas. Smith, formerly chief clerk H. Iluttori of Lacombe, grain ex- j with C. P. 11. superintendent Erick- j ports, arc in the city attending the son, has gone into business at Movie, Provincial Seed Fair. flew Year Presents .Dressing Cases Plate Glass Mirrors 'Gillett Safety Razors Leather and Cloth Bound Books fancy Souvenir China "How's the dayanti novrs the hour" to mail youi; cousins across the NCU one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such ns LETHBRIDGB SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PJIOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGK AND V1CIN-ITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BTJWNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED The performance at the Brjou this night about ten o'- ;H rt..a you an Elk" clock a brown mare and phaeton be-: js ono ol- thc host things ever put on al. this popular pinw of FARMERS from in front of Sir. Davis' near the A. R. J, library where the horse was tied. The police' have no clue. 5Iiss- Clarke1, of Prince Albert, who Icod, spent Sunday in Lethbridge as thc guost of Mrs. C. G. K. Xoursc. K, Oxfa'nd of Bompas street has: purchased two lots in Rivcrview on j which it is his intention to build, j U. V. Gibbons through the deal, j Rev. J. J. Cameron of Raymond j and Rev> A. W. Whiteman of Card-j stor. were in the city last night on j The Cranbrook Herald says that Mr. and Mrs. W, Atchison will r presbvtcrv meeting. leave lor C'aluorbia. tX.s soon as Mr. D. Bolcooski, the cattle buyer for Co. went to Cardwton this 'their way io Maclc-od to attend the Atchison is lit to travel. Thcy will] go by easy stages io Brown and Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkins of Leth morning tm a buying bridge and M'iss Ixuvdbeater returned A number of thc members of the on Monday to their homes having Westminster Guild hud a merry sleigh spent a few dnys here the guests of ins -party aft.er the meeting last 1 and Mrs. Wm. Ducc. They re- night. Xo serious results arc report- IMFFTINR! am urn m m mm mm T 1 t To discuiss the estab- j lishment of a Creamery I at Lethbridge on I SATURDAY NEXT I December December December December December January 2 January 3 January 4 January G January 7 January 8 January 9 January 10 January 11 January January 14 January 15 January 16 January 17 January lb January 20 January 22 January 23 24 26 27 23 30 31 ..47 .43 ..38 .34 ..38 ..32 ..23 .45 .43 ..46 ..50 ..44 ..44 ..50 ..43 .51 .45 .38 .47 .50 .37 .38 23 23 24 17 4 6 15 10 27 25 25 23 4 0 7 0 10 32 27 24 m 25 25 28 26 24 4 8 16 27 .10 11 farms and Farm Landi 640 acres, 2 miles east of Uie Silver farm at per on good terms. 320 acres, 1-2-mile from sid- ing, about 10 miles from Letii- bridge, at per acre, easv terms, 640 acres, '3 miles from LctVt- bridge, per acre, on easy terms. acres on proposed of railway at easy terms. pj Up-to-date improved with crop, machinery and hoiv- es for sale. Small cash pay- 'monts, plan. balance crop payment Alberta Realty C January 24 40 13 January 25 January 27 January 28 January 29 January 30 January 31 4" 34 33 MOUNTAIN MILL NEWS Messrs Misner and Mckinnon taking out coal in the old Mcl-ir u mine and way they do it not slow. The ice is in good shape for hauling now and they are selling at the mine for per ton. t looks like old times to see j way coai and lumber iiiOviiiy. J. Brown is getting out plans u iurw house. K. Duthie has handed in an ovd.r for feet cl lumber to J-V Doubt. W. Carney has finished' hauling j lumber to complete his house at 3 13 4 12 0 Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural- The Western Oil Co. boring and experts say that thcy have the best rig that money can buy. H. F. Wilson oi Litt! in the city for a few days. ;