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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL MIDGET. WIDMEJOAY T. jr- or Cardrfon, day in H, oxlaad a paMKqger on tho Calgary local morning lor Sfctit- iiw. 1. M. Jofcooton and wife of Hay- amoag cttjr'v visiton Two druaka. T. Hawt aadxJ. Mc- got noafcwi a dollar and night. A'rowdy up bafort thin a row lut night. Ford will on Saturday Jan. 35, and in Kituns on the Amt Saturday of month. lira. George or Bath well, visking with her daughter, Oitopte, of teod Advance. Today is ttte atveoth anniwraary acciwsion of .King Edward VII. returiM to Toron- to tonight to .attend Uppsr Canada Coltoge. R: A. Iferker of Calgarj', district manager of the Canada Inaur- Co. te in city. C.P.il. General 'Supt. Price and ywrty on ear "Minnedosa" went through the city last night. T. G. Ircdale, of Calgary and -T. A. McDonald, of Frank, nepreaentinj Sun Life Insurance Co. are in the city. Mark Drumm, the editor of the Frank Paper, came dojarn last rught to attend the Boards of con.- A-ention The hobos arrested on second charge 01 housebi-eaking were com- mitted for trial by A- K- Ilumphries J.P., yesterday. K. J. Collins, of Edmonton has been appointed ofliciaJ stenographer t'or tjie LethbrMge judicial district both District and Supreme i-ourts. James Ramsay the Scottish wreet- ler, was in the city on Monday night and put up his forfeit'of 1100 to meet Harry Muldoon wrestling (act and being hardly Owlag to the accueed remand- until of iajurlea wouid known. Thi. morning Judge Winter in UiMrlot Court gave judgement in the Jung Sing Jung Vip and Jung found' in favor of with coaU th. de- had bought out ahara ia iaa Columbia Uowtaurant and paid him in full. Ia Raymond Mercantile Co. P. judge judgmMit favor of plaiatiff but the feadaat .may re-open, the caae if a boai defence can be pnaented. "Slailor" lirowa waa up'-before Judge Winter ia the District court morning to 'account for the' poe- of the O. W. KMT Co. icatee he tried to to T. 8. Me T. B. ipraau. Coottabla and ItaUh kVt lot Moataaa will attend unlwtUjr. Cal., where he 'will spend win- ter. John Hanatr of tlw Bow was in cHy yesterday wkh a foot which had town badly crushed by being run over by a loaded wagon. Tile Merchants llank has iiuwcd in- to >te new quarters in the Sherlock block and opened up there F. B. Rolfson, architect, has open- ed an office in the Whitney block. He recently returned from a trip to Am- erican whence he gathered the latest on architecture. There is a persistent rumor, in cir- culation that A. R. I. purpose sinking a fourth shaft to the north of No. 8. It said they ac- quired a homestead, Delonging to Fred Hopkins, with that In A. Hoy gave evidence the at the preltmiaary. The accuaed told hie atory again but the judge evident ly did not it all, bin. Btateraeot that he had no other oeriitoate, and found him guiHy of atolca although ,aot of stealing them. The sentence waa year's imprisonment in the com- mon gaol with hard labor. The fat WM in the nre thia mom- ing at.the Picbe Mlron house and as a reeult the alarm was seat in to -the fire station. The hose wagon was off in a minute but it waa several minutes before the team put. in an appearance to the engine. To bo more exact it was six minutes. It really did not make any material difference this time as the fire amount ed to practically ba- con was being smoked in the smoke house, a structure about six feet square and fifteen feet high, when one piece fell fire. Instantly the whole thing was ablaze and was burnsd by the wagon arrived. The lose amounted to the building aforesaid and a few sides of prime- breakfast bacon. FRIDAY. Born on Thursday, January 23. to the wife Spencer McCaig, a daugh- ter. _ Mrs. W. F. Tate of Cranbrook. B. C., is in the city visiting her son, C. Taste. airs. F. W. Galbraith, Red Beer, is to be the guest of Mrs. (Dr.-) Gal- days. Mrs. Gal- n Monday after- match at Raymond on Jan. 25th. The -great McEwen played to full houses on Monday Tuesday nights. His performances were on aj par with those of previous' occasions j delighted and mystified his aud-j i'ence as "mucli as ever. j A, 1J. Beverixigc oi Coleman hasj James Ramsay of" Taber I round tontest for I this morninj: t n of inspection. J. W.-McXichol, managing direct- or of the Enterprise Lumber Co. left At people an coming into Southern Alberta at present it wiil not take long to fill up the country. Yesterday a lady. Mrs. Belder, of Springfield, 111., arrived in tho city with six young daughters. They went out to Cardston morning where they will settle. Thou. Wardrope, of Leeds. .N.D., J. C. Hobbs, and Mr. Macleod of. Minn- cwankan, N.1X. are ia cvty on a land buying expedition. Mr. Hobbs. has purchased and will move up soon. A. E. Humphries, immi- gration agent went to Coutts this morning taking with him the Hoi- lander Van Kloot alias "Perry, who is being deported. Sheriff Henderson of Butte, Montana, will be at the boundary to receive the Hollander who is wanted on a number of charg es, chiefly various species of theft. MONDAY Miss Bobb, teachet of the Kinder- garten, if laid up with la grippe. P. L. Naismith and Dr. Mewburn are expected bact from Denver to- morrow night. The medical health officer examin- ed the ice being taken out at the river by the Western Transfer Co and pronounced it o. k. A. M. Ritchie has received word of the birth to Mrs. Ritchie at Sheppard Bush, London, England, on January 19th of a daughter. S. B. Woods, deputy attorney gen- eral of Alberta, has been created a King's Counsel by the Ontario gov- ernment. John Murray is erecting a two- TUMOAV. TW MUwn elded to build Auatin and J tamar of at The Cardeton Club ia applyiae for incorporation. 'The CfconJ Club.meete tonight at Church at 8 o'clock. There are a givai many caaia ol la grippe in the cHy. J, A. McOufDa and A. E. Eaeton leave for the on Saturday. J. A. McOuffln ftold his property in the North Ward to 'the Mason The big atack on the Ellieon Hour at Kaymond waa blown down one day laat week. A meeting of the Quarterly OftVial Board of Weeley Church will be this evening' ofc the Paraoaage. It ia rumoiwd ia Winnipeg that Canadian taka Chicago and Oreat Weatern Hail way. The C. Jf. R. will run two through daily traiaa out .of Edmonton feie Donald McNabb at Edmonton watching the of the ialature on behalf of the miners. Mr. .Stewart.. in tbe Bank of Montreal at Baymondr haa been ferred to Calgary. The Ledger C. P. B. will 'spend on new trackage, new freight sheds and other improvements at Fernie this Big crowds continue to take in the performances at the Bijou and speak well of the entertainment. Did you notice the, improvement in the appeargnce of the streets? Let the good work of cleaning continue. Miss Lucille Ecketorm left this Seattle to resume hec studies at the college there. W. C. Simmons, M. P. P., is to address an open meeting of iXlmon- Young Liberals on Wednesday evening. T. E. sold lots on Saturday. "He reports an increasing number of inquiries in real estate. The Raymond Board-xof Trade has elected L-. D. King, president, H. H. McDuflee, vice-president, and Geo. Parker, secretary-treasurer. Wm. Whyte vice-president of the C. P. R. in an interview at Montreal, said that tiie new> C, P. R. brkigs here would "be completed at the 'end of this year. Ii-win Armstrong, a well known SNAPSHOTS AT THE LEGISLATURE storey brick block on Burdctt St. It will to, fight a ten points and a purso not exceeding and gate receipts. The chal- lenge has been accepted by and the fight will be pulled off Taber on Jon. Slwt. Tn in yesterday's Herald branch'a picture framing and wall paper es- yards. j Inspector Tucker of the R.2f j atfat Coutts, arrived in the city last! Edmonton, Jan. UfUlt- lure apent mcwt ol the week eon- eiderinf the ipeech from It wai expected that Mr. ilredin would make a good ipeech and did. It was a raodctt oi concerning the record of the Rutherford administration, a vivid portrayal o! the resources and future of Alberta. Naturally Mr. Bredin'i eye waa to the North Land. No one knowa the north better than the mem- ber" for Athabaika, and no member of the Houae more familiar with ita literature and early hiatory. It waa an eye opener to the Houac and to tlta galletiea to learn from him that farming waa flrat begun in Al- berta at pointa SW and 400 mllea north of the'preeent capital of the province. The flrat eiperimtnt waa made 130 years ago Major Pond'a garden at the confluence of the Atha- baaka and Clearwater rivera. Great enthuaiaam' waa manifeated b> House when the Speaker laid OB the table of fully matured fully cured aamplea of wheat and oata almost! equal to the famous Turkey Bed of the South. Other products of the rich North were salt, gypsum, oil, sand, saphaltun; and c-ooL In connection -with the foregoing it is interesting Jto know that potatoes have been successfully grown up to the Arc- tic Circle. Mr. Bredin's reference a three-decker was a striking way to express our .great natural wealth. We have soil the most fertile in the world, the humus of the 'decayed veg- etation of ten thousand centuries doubly virgin. First in "that it has by He never by cultivation. If Mr. Bredin extolled the nnei- ploited riches of the North, Mr. J. W. Woolf gave vivid description of the solid achievement of the South. Hun- dreds of thousands of good milling and seed wheat had been produced in 1907 south of the C. P. R- Mr. Woolf's prestige as a successful wheat and cattle rancher gave his words' the imprimatur of authority. He holds sane1 and advanced views on the cattle question as it affecte Alberta. He is thoroughly conver- sant with every'detail.- He pointed J.A wm 1 11. A commercial -traveller, who has travel- out that butcher cattle are selhng.at led through the west for the Korth- West Ciour Co-i Rutherford Co., and Tees Persee, 'd'fed in Winnipeg- tablislunent. Miss Duncan, who has been the clerk iOi Superintend- guest of her sister. Mrs. J. B. Ander Perry, C. P. R. I son, expects to leave tomorrow for accountant at Medicine Hat, spent injustice Mr. .and Mrs. Tucker leave g xo T Mayor Hen- who has been her guest for ficcr of the Lethbridge Field Battery, pagt fcw leaves next week for Kingston, to take a thorough1 course of training at Mrs. F. L. Hammond, a daughter. the Royal Military College. "There when, went' through the ice. ftre openings for four sergeants in the One'was drowned and the other hare) corpSf and everything is ready for J. A.. Harvey, K.C., the Cranbrook lawyer, who is well known has opened an office in Vancouver. He will retain his offices in Cranbrook and Revelstoke also. }y saved. Jack Bain nearly, perish-J tjicm to take their training courses ed wirth the cold, .his tiotfcbs at the college. The battery will go j Dobson. principal of Wetaski- frozen solid. i of. the Opposition j artistic sense. There was ,lack BULL WANTED pure-bred Shorthorn bull. 301, Lethbridge, -Alta. w-12-13 due the proportion giving- emphasis to points oJ his speech. :.Hh words of congratulation may read but their well-meaning lost A railroadman Kelly up before Magistrate Humphties terday for assaulting one 'DavW'ut.a resort the cHy. The watnination of the injured man shotr that 'he was terribly beaten, his into camp this -summer at Calgary, the camp to be held and inspected b.r Major-General Lake. SATURDAY. .John C. Thompson of Spring Cou- ioa left this morning for Los'Angeles. New Year Presents "Mow's tiie the hour" KEAN'S FOP Freshest Fruits win Public School, known to manyj in this district, has been, appointed classical ,masfterv''Of Winnipeja: Colleg- iate Institute. I Mackenzie King, deputy minister labor and the 'man who had much to j do with settling the Lothbridge j strike is to be the jruest of President j in Wartingtoh this week. gtore Opposite P.O. Mr. Mrs. John Silver who left OUR SPECIALTY ICE GREAM by Brick or Bulk tkc year round Try some Phone 93 their warmth and cordiality by the whining sneering tone in which they were delivered. With what was mentioned, in 't j King's speech the leader of the Op- pof ition had no quarrel. All that was left therefore for attack was what was: not .mentioned. First be hanfled out a lemon to the Canadian banks, and declared the system wanting-in J elasticity and adaptability to the needs. This was a. most un- happy reference. there is one fea- j.ture that has been distinctive of the 1 Canadian banking system it is the very elasticity that Mr. Robertson bewails the abaence of. But the su- preme excellence of the system is that its elasticity hue never imperil- Edmonton, Jan. detmte on the address was carried without amendment 'ny eu. vote of 23 to 2. The Premier's reply to the sputtering attack of the Opposition was most effective. Premier Ruther- ford never appears to such good ad- vantage, as in reply. His acute ligence and good and genial satire always delights his followers, and effectively discredits the observa- tions of his opponents. His most pointed shafts ore ehot with a smile. The geniality and sincerity of Premier's tnanner of speaking are real characteristics of eloquence. ft He bantered the leader of "-the. Opposition for bis belated interest for the farm- ers. He characterized Mr. Robertson's statements as vague generalities with oat application to the situation of farmers of the province. Our farmers do not look to overcrowd the books, said they look for :aciion.'. have al- rtady carried out .several meas- ures for the of Continuing he pointed out that the half million dollars spent this year on roads was direct aid to. the farm- ers. In the matter of money grants to the government were giv- ing a largerproportipnai grant to ru- ral schools than to town and city schools. j The premier similarly in -an] and conYincins manner with) other obsen-ationa 01" the Opposition leader. Every raised telephone, system on a basis: r The premier prophesied -that the worst features of the financial stria- gency had passed and that have1 a good crop prosper- dty in the coming year- pointwl, of farmers sowing: ferior seed grain, and the government was with the railway companies and the department of the interior to an adequate supply oc grain on. band for purchase by Uie farmers. The province was boxind to __ on account of the extensive railway construction. -TV FAMOUS CHESS k PLAYER St. Petersburg, Jan. TioM- gorin, the famous chess master, here-yesterday at 75. years etags. was known the world' over. one or of u mon-th ago on an extended trip to the enst. visited at Toronto, Montre- BufTalo. and other east- wniiabuiern cities and are now in Chicago en Plate Safety Leather and Cloth Bound Books Burnt leather Souvenir China 3 J.JOHNSTON Drtggist and Stationer. articles tor tw SOUVEKIR BOOC- AS LFA'HttfilOGE LETS, rilOTO POST CABD8 OT LETHWBIJ5GE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALKNDAK3 IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS HUWNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. LIMITED and Dssponemg t'Ouic ior nOiiiO. Rev. Mr. Sinclair of Diamond City] preached both morning and evening in the Baptist church yesterday. Rev. Wm. ReW not having returned from j Medicine Hat. j While coming to city on Sat- {urday John ITowscr of Bowville 'when wo.lking beside the v.-2gon wfth the result the wagon ran over his crushing it. Mr. How aer WOK taken from Windsor to iKorninf. Ynur ore i w tyjtf i and yon will rin penty o Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for iheir fine flavor. Telephone No. 1 When thf Stomach, Kirt- nerves get weak, then these gans always fail. Doa't drug nor stimulate Kidneys. That is simply a makeshift a prescriptioR to fists as Dr. lie- storative. IB pared expressly for these nerms. thi build them up with Dr. -Ke- or how quickly help will test on, by wrtly worth this by druggists. inirfrte -tV> SolA gOA-ernment. There was the agn-j cukwral Coltogif.. The Government! had given considerable thought to thia question, and just as soon as was sufficicot Htudents col- woukl Coal was obtainable at the mouth of the pit at fl.73 a ton. Coiii was so wide- ly rtlfftributed that fanners -were to draw thoir own coal from local mines, especially in the middle and northern of the province. Any oppression by the coal owtwrs .or the rompanlftS would dealt with by the government as far as it had powef to do so. gov- crnmoftt does not lack to at- tack the corporations and assert the rights of the individual in proof -thereof he cited the lumber trial, the result of which had been Farms and Fail Lanos 640 acres, 2 miles catt of Silver farm at tIS.M per on good 320 tcres, 1-2 mile from sid- ing, about 10 from Let a bridge, at per aere, easy terms. ft40 3 from bridg e, SZO.fS per acre, on ea T terms. acres on proposed linf. of. railway J7.2S inrnin. Up-to-date improved farms, with crop, machinery hord- es for sale. Small mcnts, balarfce crop plan. Alberta Realty Co ;