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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. Ita WEDNESDAY, Opportunity during tho (Turpin Furniture Co.'s great sacrifice to prepare for the spring. r. Stevens of Clover Bar, sec- U" the Alberta arrived last night to take ia Seed Fair meetings. larjjfr number of Raymond, Ma- Stirling, and Coaldale farm-; t are in the city today attending j seed fair and counting Up their i The FKIDAY. Pii'oor says it is aumo operations: on March 1. Tfie "Ftmu Crops" trophy, won by J. G. Vosburgh, Of Granum, at the Soed Fair, is on exhibition in W. J. Armstrong's window. Supt. Urownloe, of Cranbrook, B.C. was in the city lost night and morning in the course of hie trip over the division to which has recently been appointed. C. J. Danielson, the Hi, man, who was arrested h up by the city until the j terod'at ;he King Edxvard Hotel. He of Aid. Ivcs from Edmonton so as to have a full committee. New Year Presents Dressing Cases Plate Mirrors Gillett Safety Razors Leather and Cloth Bound Books is here to assist in the work of re- ceiving applications from farmers to "How's the day and now's the hour" to mail youn cousins across the sea or more of our many suitable such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. Fancy Souvenir China J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer 'JL'u'CK'a FINE ART rVOHY 'AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. j. D. Higinbotham Co. storrn has in mind the forming of a baseball circuit including Butte; Kal- ispcl, Spokane, Lethbridge, and some other intermediate points. F. Harry Aldous, of Demaraland, German West Africa, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Clark, florist, left this morning for St. Paul's Mission, Blood Reserve. The name of the Lethbridge Auc- tion Mart has Iwen changed to dington Gibbon, J. B. Gibbon hav going on at a rapid Ward. During the less than five houses ident of the -Royal Collieries, Limit- ed, is in the city. He is accompan- ied by G. L. Fraser of Coleman of the International Coke Co., in which company Mr. -Gale is also interested. Rev. J. S. Chivers expects to leave on a three mouths' trip to England about the first of May. 'The vestry of St. Augustin's has given him leave for that Rev. Mr. Reeks, of will likely take charge of the parish during Mr. Chivers absence. Building is rate in North past week no and one store were commenced and it is understood that this is only the beginning of what we may expect. Many people have expressed their op- inion of building in the near future on lots purchased in North Ward. No wonder the School Board are hustling. Young men it is not too late to join class in physical culture in connection with the Young Men's Club. The class is "steadily growing and the members speak in, the high- est -terms of the benefits received. Think it over and decide to join. You will never regret the step. The fee is very small. The instructor is well 'known to be a first class man. The creamery meeting did not ma- terialize on Saturday. C. Marker, the provincial Dairy Commissioner, was there all ready to do business. H. E. Miebach, the local promoter, D. Haley of Coaldale, and D. Pelle- teiva into partnership with Mr. tier of this city wove the others pre- Wftddirigton. tho former proprieor" of j sent. Mr. Miebach that he had the Mart. J. Brown of Neepawa, Man., head of the firm of J. Brown Co., Ltd., arrived last night to spend a couple of weeks here. Mrs. Brown accom- panied him. their daughter, Mrs. W. Hassctt. Thc sympathy of his friends is ex- about subscribed out of the necessary and 'all that was needed was the promise of the cows. Afi these were not forthcoming, there was nothing doing except that Mr. the working of the Thev are the guests of Markfir Blenno'-- i ffOvernment system to those present. A. The University sratjuates from Sou thorn Alberta who have registered as H Stock Saddl LIMITED Chemist. tended to Chas. Birkclt because of j members of the first convocation the death of his little child at rose on Tuesday. Mr. Birkctt j brought the body home yesterday and the funeral was held last even-' ing. Dr. Tory stated to the Herald that if there are any students either in Lethbridge or elsewhere who have any idea of attending j fn.ji or -to knrtw jvhrmt. t.rn> uni- versity work, he wishes them t.o writo him at Edmonton within the next two weeks. Thc management of the Iron Works are prepari-r f-r the extra spring work oy in machinery rcan-ftriffinc." the old. A new of es the University of Alberta are: A. C. Bryan, B.A., Nanton; C. F. P. Cony- beare, JU.C.L., Lt'thbriclge; Judge A. A. B. A. Tren- holme Dickson, B.A'.; B.C.L., Mac- leod; W. S. M.P.. .C.M.. Lethbridge; J. J. GHlespUs, M.D., C. M., Pincher S. W. Hewetson, M. D., C.M., Pincher Creek; Rev. Da- vid Jones, B. A., Taber; B. Morton Jones, B.C.L., Lethbrirtge; Geo. A. Kennedy, M.B., Macleod; Jos.' Mor- gan, B.A., Lfrthbridge; G. H. Mal- colmson, M.D., Frank; Colin Macleod B.A., Macleod, L. It, McDonald. B. A., Nanton; J. W. Macdonald, B.C. L., L. L. Malcolm Macken- zie, B.A., B.C.W Macleod; T. P. O'Hagan, M.D., C.M., Lille; P. C. H. Primrose. Macleod; A. J. Robertson, B.A., Nanton; J. H. Rivers, M. B., Raymond; W. C. Simmons, M.A., Lethbridge; L. II. Turcott, M.D-, Pin cher Creek; J. R. Watt, B.A., Clares- holm; 0. S. Whkeside, B. A. Sc., Colemau. The excavating for the new build- ing to be erected by E. J. Hill Co. is being done by the Hayr Trans fer Co. Mrs. Edwards, wife of Dr. Edwards Of Macleod, is the guest of Mrs. Bui- yea at Government ton Bulletin. A. W. Foley of the Department of Agriculture and John L. Longmoro. of Edmonton, 'judge at the Poultry Show, are in the .city attending: the show this -week. Woolf, M.P.P., and wife, Ed. Leavitt; and Ole Oleson of Cardston all passed through the city last night on their way to Salt Lake City. The Polander who was frozen at Milk'River is progressing as favorab- ly, as" possible at the hospital. It .is hot jret known whether his hands and feet will have to be amputated. Mrs. .A... Helraer, "of Calgary who has been visiting Mrs. Adam Link for the last fortnight, returned home this morning. Miss Link accompan- ied her. Spring work commenced at the -Ex- perimental Farm yesterday when disc ing -was the order of the day. Su- perintendent Fairfield also reports snow drops in bloom. What ;do you think of that for the 24th of -Febru- ary A. H. Elliott of is prominently associated" with, the Black Diamond Coal Coke Co., whose bonds he was instrumental in. floating, was in the city this morn- ing and went out to Diamond City this afternoon. The two North Ward lads who laid covetous hands on the prize chickens belonging to McKnight Bros, were M. off by..SuDt. Wilson and Magis- trate Humphries with a kindly warn- ing regarding a more excellent way oi becoming possessors of fancy chickens. J. T. English, of Grassy Lake1, for- merly with F. C. Cook's bakery, of this city, who was brought in two weeks ago- by the Mounted Police on. the charge of robbing the dead body of an Indian, found drowned in the river, appeared before Supt. Wilson for a preliminary hearing this morn- ing. L. M. Johnstone appeared for accused. J. E. Shoultz, wholesale liquor merchant of Pincher Creek and who is heavily interested in the proposed railway spur from Pincher City to in the ci-ty Iflst night. Mr. Shoultz has recently re- turned from the east where he was successful placing the company's bonds which will be sold as soon as the company meets certain condi- tions. One of our local mail order people informs us that he sent to Eaton's for some glassware, the catalogue price of which amounted to The express to Lethbridge cost him exactly more, making the to- tal cost S4.5Q, besides the delay of getting it and buying it unseen. The articles iu Lethbridge can be bought in this city for from to S3.00. Cardston Star: It is with regret that we chronicle the departure of our old-time, tried and true friend, Mr. H. W. Irwin, who leaves shortly to act as clerk of District Court in Lethbridge. Mr. Irwin has a host of friends here who will always be in- terested in his welfare. We wish him much success and prosperity in his new office and calling. Carriston Star: It is rather too good a joke on our friend Sam. Jones the conductor on the A. R. and I. to let it pass. Returning from Edmon- ton yesterday we inquired, "Has or Spencer got home said the conductor.' but the Baggage Man, Mr. Mclntosh, said, "Yes, I read it in the said tiie conductor, "if he did he must have walked for ho never come on this train. I know him well and I'll swear he never rode in this train." We let the matter drop but upon, arrival at Cardston we observ- ed that the mayor had indeed re- turned but minus the capillary sub- stance on his upper lip which explains the whole thing. He rode with Sammy for half a day and he didn't know it. Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. can guarantee you complete satisfaction. LetkbpiJge Saddlery THE STORE OF QUALITY." SEEDS! SEEDS! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson PHONE 21 Frdser LETHBH1D0E O. W. KERR CO. bavfc opened offices in the Oliver Bloch, Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market: We have also a tow choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge yOU-R WILL Remember that your Executor shonld have Experience in the discharge of the duties ul tins important sno. a knowledge of the administration of estates. A Trust Company has these requirements and 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. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Keserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Calgary. A. a. BOSS, Manager. Lethbridije Carpet Beating and Window Cleaning Co. Stove Pipes alto Cleaned Send Postal Cart IE CHtbill St. CO. BRITISH ARMY ESTIMATES London, Feb. army esti- mates for 1908-09 have been issued. The gross total is as against for 1907-08. The War Secretary, Mr. Haldane, esti- mates for a total of men in the home and colonial establishments, irrespective of India. This is a de- crease 5.000 men from last year. Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 8o" No. 2 Northern 81 No. 3 No. 4 Northern 59 No. 5 Northern 42 No. 1 Alberta Red...................- 84 Xo. 2 Alberta Red..................... 79 No. 3 Alberta Red..................... 71 No. 4 Alberta 51 No. 5 Alberta Red..................... No. 1 White.............................. 76 No. 2 White 70 No. 3 White 62 No. 1 Rejected........................... 55 No. 2 Rejected.................. 50