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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE WEEKLY HERALD Coleman -Coleman, July are pleased to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sel- lers to our town where they have taken up their abode. 31rs. Sellers was the popular Miss Collison, lea- province. cher in the Public School, Blairniore where she will be greatly missed. She will prove a welcome addition to Coleman society. The Fernie football team came to Ccleinaii to play on Saturday. The fame was called at 6.30 p.m. and it was evident from the start that Fernie had been doing some hard practicing for this match, knowing they doubtless did that in M. Si- mgter, of Michel, they would find a referee- that, would favor neither side .and that if they were to win this time they must by their own unaid- efforts. During the first half Cole man had the sun in their eyes and so half-blinded were unable to do their best. During the second half the sun had gone below the moun- tain and Coleinan simply played JTerrJe off their feet, the ball never leaving the visitor's territory, tout Fernie has a goal keeper and he -was their salvation. The game end- ed will help them very materially to The Coleman brass band was in at- tendance and rendered a few choice selections at half time and other in- tervals. The smoker given by the Band boys in the Eagles Hall Saturday night was a huge success. The nail crowded, the music was good, everybody had come lor a good tine, and they certainly had it and en- joyed themselves to the utmost. The object of the smoker was to enable the boys to secure some new instru- ments and the sixty odd dollars nett ed will held them very materially to this end. A good and greatly varied program was rendered1 which was much appreciated and heartily ap- plauded by all. Among other things of note were the solos by Messrs. Hayson, Layshon and Davis. A new and very interesting feature was the dub swinging by Mr. "Dave" Lewis and Mr. (Prof.) Faulkner. This was done and provoked hearty ap- plause. Prof. Faulkner .ias been se- lected to take charge of irviuua- sium soon to be started number of enthusiasts. Another feature that took the house by storm was the step dancing by "Jim" Larrigan, Steve Kelly and Harry Higgins, the latter with his "buck and wing" currying off the honors. Cardston OUTING PARTIES Cardston, Juy Watertun Lakes are fast becomng famous as a .summer resort for the south of the Claresholm Claresholm, July sale of the Monarch townsito lots begins here today the agents being ililnes and Noble and sales should proceed .Black Spring Black Spring Valley, July 19 Charley and Ira Burns wvm to Clares holm last Wednesday and returned home Friday morning bringing new Few places in the Rockies are more worthy of that well-won ap j Spot" of merrily as the town looks like spring I binders. Western mountains. ing up like a mushroom once the' railroad which is graded past it is completed. It s almost a When we get that Macleod, Card-1 that the railroad will pass the town -J..-J. 1 hnt. even if jt did not, purchasers are ot tne weex. Aluuiig Harvesting will begin this week. Oscar Sangan, from Bergan, N D.. who lias been visiting his sister, Mrs. Ira will return home the first ston and Montana Kaiiway hi secure as the C.P.R. gave an under- 3u i! sucii a MINNESOTA EDITORS LIKE LETHBEIDGE Convinced That This District is Rich in Its Resources Novel j Form of Entertainment Arranged For by the Board of Trade substantial shape than on paper, tin. worth of this corner oi Alberta wiii indeed begin to be known, and its ng-1 cy occurred. Business lots are to be riculiural and industrial possibiU- sold from to and residen- tial lots to in honor of Mrs. Oscar Souby were MVsdanies G. Green, C. D. Peterson, Ira Burns. Those that were present at the par- Once again Clear Lake is to be the ty given at Ira Burns' on Friday af- destination of a Sunday School ex- ternoon in honor oi Mrs. Oscar boul- when Major School's school by were, Mrs. C. Thomson, and Mar- i o-ioio oS sun tuOJJ jory. Mrs. C. D. Peterson and Hil- ties great as they arc, will take a back seat lor its salubrious climate and its natural beauties. scholistic at pre- _ are undex the care Mr. Cim- eron together with his wife and >ir> Paris of Raymond. They are supplied with all camp equipment from tents to cooking fit bv- Messrs. W. 0. Lee Sons on h-bt Reycraft and Maggie, Mrs W. H. Nothing brings the cotn Burns, Mrs. Hoide, Miss Void., and from Norris Howe's circus oin likeshowof this kind Messrs. Will. Fry, Oscar Souby and and early in the forenoon the streets Leon Burns. were .filled with gaily dressed peopw Bouser and sister, Mrs. G. hot anj it' Adams and Mrs. Robert Burns visited Jittle uncomfortable under" the at Xate Bowser's on the Belly River wry'satisfactory terms. j hugg canvas rOOI- but ch- farm Saturday till Monday. On July 24th, "Pioneer Dav there entertainment was much enjoyed i.y j Will Fr> has been home superin- wili be a big excursion i-o th-j lak.-s j alj Tlie is tnat sonietimos i tending the seeding of forty-five ac- under the care of the Caldwell Sun-: caj days do not bring out such a res of fall wheat. day tchool. 1 tf esmboat ride to the j crowd and the money in the case of; BOWSer Passed through here of the lake is a special f-.sture planned for this ocea A new dancing pavilliou I recured by the Mills p- 1- rnd good music Sf-'treu. A progr.-.--. <'-na pione.-: a circus all leaves the town as iast yesterday on his way to his brother's as the long baggage trains can i-ull out. The chairman of the Fire Commit- tee of the council is asking for twen- ty volunteers for a volunteer fire bri- j mi licences has been prepared f--r tin-j gad6t i00king to tbe fact that the bont ride -vi OI1 the Little Bow. Pincher Creek later hours. PERSONALS Cardston. is more than pleased to welcome back a number of her stur- dv sons sons from foreign Ralph Harker hasjust returned from Great Britain after a two years' mis- c town has received two 60-gallon che- j mical fire engines. The engines will-- shortly be tested. The boring--oh ths well which has been going on for some time has now been abandoned and four shal-'i low wells are being put down, first which sion. Stake conventions will be held for Taylor Stake on July 25th and for Alberta Stake on Aug. 1st From the Eastern States we have Mr. Osiner Anderson. The last nam- ed was detained through illness and had to pass some weeks at thi hos- pital in Logan where he was operat- I ed on for hernia. j Mrs. 2Sina Y- Card has been back at the old home for a supply. Business is a bit dull jus Pincher Creek, July W. A. Chase of the -firm of Chase Co., merchant tailors and gents' furnish- ers, ha's disposed of his interest in the business to Mr. Chas. Hiscpcks The new firm will be known as His- cocks Hartfield. Mr. Chase will de- given a good vote hi5 tinie for the present to ranching. TharC are quite a number" of grass- The Minnesota editors have come and gone. They say they had a good time, a glorious time in kvc-v. The committees in charge set out to give them a good time and from all appearances succeeded. But there was more than that. The Board of Trade would not go to all that trouble merely to give a lot of strangers a good time. business in the proposition. And business succeeded for the visitors were unanimous in stating that they had learned more of the country and had seen more of what they wanted to see during their visit to Leth- bridge than they had at any other point. They got out on the land and saw- it for themselves at close range. They would not believe that the so- called "dry- farming" was possible with such great results as has been reported to them. But yesterday they saw it for themselves. They felt the blazing hot sun but they dug down a few inches into the soil and found the rich, nicist earth. There they learned the secret and were con- vinced. The marvellous crops stand- ing on. this same soil put the proofs beyond all doubt and they are now satisfied beyond all doubt that Sou- (From Saturdays before attempting to answer the mul-' should tell .the plain, unvarnished, ti-.iinous questions of another truth of what they had seen. buiiCu Of newspaper men tUia ..m-ir. In rcSpOnae to liie demand of intelligent wives. fellow newspapermen Albert H. Hall, But. great as was the interest in' of Minneapolis made reply to the- the irrigation scheme, the toast. After expressing appreciation, ir.g" created greater as it was more j of the hospitality shown, Mr. HalL ir. their line as coming from a non- exclaimed, "I like yo-i folk. You. irrigation state. The soil was test- look good. But there are not enough the system of cultivation inquir- of you. you say. so you are fishine" ed of, the grain was sampled and for more. I can. tell you that questions asked of every conceivable are fishing in a good stream. We- nature as to precipitation, tempera- j have got the stuff." Ho briefly spoke- tire, markets, transportation, weeds, of the transformation that Jiaa taken and numerous other things that made place on the lower half of the the local encyclopaedias think that ent and twitted the Canadians with e.ery newspaperman in Minnesota j waiting while they were working" wns. either a farmer or v the editor of' though their opportunities were the- a i agricultural paper. But they; same. They were wafting for men- found out what they wanted to know j with the stuff, for meii and women. and what we wanted them to know. with, twentieth century ideas. The Grown" luncheon was have the country the institu- a distinct feature of the occasion. tious. he said. You have the soil There was nothing on the table out-feed, clothe, and make happy mil- "was home grown and home lions. With a trust in God above- Their appetites were and the soil henenth all was possible-- abundantly satisfied with bread made to this nation. from our own flour; butter, milk, i w H FairfieU1; supcrjntendent of cream the product of our own the Experimental Farm, gave a brief- cows and creameries; meat of our Outline of the work of the farm, cwn cattle and poultry: vegetables Having gone over the farm, the our own gardens; cheese' from party got on board their train which. Cardston factory; fruit from the had come down for them. They now and The saw the berries and everyone is awaiting the busy timed widowers in town these days as sev- i growing and ate them and received in six weeks two The country is looking i eral ladies are away. Among these j thereby more convincing argument, fine and the j ]atter are, Mesdames Waruoek, 3. j Thev came to us anxious to be Scott, and L. H. Hunter. win, them Alberta can and does fi-rms the-v had -1ust scen; from over to-the Park and heard the City [wonderful crops of wheat. Raymond factory; honey, our Band play and then a large i production; and beer and soft went OVer to the Chinook Club where.-. from (.he local uianufacturies. an informal reception held. The whole had been prepard by C, i xhe party left for Medicine diaries oi the Hub Cafe to the iast nigbi 'and are on their way King's own taste and was a repast home. The party is racing escorted' i shown, and now they are convinced, i fi, for the heartiest appetite or the through the West by W. J. White of In convincing that bunch of Min-: daintiest epicure. Thc service was the Imigration Department De. ley of Meadow Creek. A. B. McDonald arrived from south last night. Clarusholm, 25. X. week or ten days holding special district confer-, ences with the primary associations, formerly owner oJ a general store in friends of Mrs. Card Railway street has just bought L. S. trood time ever since Doyle out. This is an exceedingly large and extensive business housed The old been giving her arrival. ilr. G. X. McLenhan and his sis- in commodious premises. ter are spending a week at the iaies Miss .OIcLenhan was formerh- on the baseball this fall wheat fast changing color. W. A. Lyndon of Lyndon was in j all at Proctol.. B.C., and Mrs. A. C. j ester as was Travis Bag-, Kemmis, who is spending a i-ouplo of nesota editors that Southern Alber- j and the whole affair a great partment of the Interior. [weeks on Mr. Eddy's lanch is what it is the Lethbridge credit to the caterer. The elegant: Tne committee of the Board of j. of Trade did a stroke of busi-jnienu caids were much admired ana Trade are grateful to the individuals-, J Among tht visitors in town :s Mrs. ness tne value of which cannot be carefully put away as mementos ana. who' provided the rigs to take- the: jR. Brownlee, oi Stratford, Out., who estimatecL o nies, i is Wlt ei These mea wm go back to their j x.he luncheon done, the chairman of j newspapers and iii ikeii' Ooluiiins g'ive the enlertaijiment committee, A. H. j 'this district'space which il paid for j jicKeowu. as chairman of the gath-: by the inch or line at their regular j ering. Called cm Hon. Senator De- Tenderly Embraces a Girl Stricken, advertising rates would break the j to propose the only toast of.. With Blindness Board financially for many years. j the evening, "Our Guests" and in' Mr. Larrigan's Chinese song show-j-teaching staff here and her friends score being 13 to 1.. aeieatea ijran.utn at week at Gnuium the ed him to be a first-rate imitator, while in the Djidian Sun Dance Larri will be pleased to know that she is T. North of the O. J. Amund- over a .great country this week to the improving- in health. son Land Co.. drove over a .great gan and his partner show their SCHOOL CONFERENCE extent of versatility. This dance was a revel- AT MOUNTAIN VIEW east and speaks in glowing terms of ation to many that saw it. Larrigan i. _ the cron Two sessions were aeld on bunday took the part of the squaw, while liis partner impersonated the Indian chief, and with their intricate gyra- tions, -their leaping, and dancing ac- companied by the most blood-curd- ling yells they showed how the Indi- an either works himself into the bat- tle frenzy or celebrates his murder- ous victory. During the evemng band ac- quitted themselves in their usual faultless style, -while Mr. Richardson of the "Co-op" store presided at the piano. Colemau, July Harry Gate until lately a very efficient member in civilian's the duties of clerk with the Coleman Hardware Co. With his genial ways and wide ac- of the police force clothes has assumed last by the people of Mountain View The opinion as to the crops is Ward, at which Stake Supt. M.. A. generally good though there are one Coombs and assistants. J. S. Parker or two who seem to be afraid of the and Edward Leavitt, the Stake wheat being burnt but this accord- Presidency ,and E. Harker, W. Sor- ing to the general 'Opinion is not to ensob, S. M.'Woolf, Jno. F. Parrish. be feared. A strong wind blew todav and Wm. West of the High Council from the west and muck dust was were visitors. carried along Dv it. The program of exercises was well M- McKenzie, M.P.P... was here mention being de- "a -t.iiursu.ay aiong with the road served most highly by the Kinder- spector for this part of the garten Department for its motion and examined the roads :.f songs and stories. Quite a. number town- were preserve from other wards, am- ong whom were Messrs. Fox, Hep- Ross. A. 'Wyiie, Ed Brown, 'c and others were pier, Ralph Harker, Alvin Hichard, the Monarch townsite this week. J. ZM. Billingsley. j An important change was made by the promotion of Wm. Webster, Supt of the school. stake chorister. Mr quaintance he should prove a valu-' the throe able acquisition to the store espec- ially as he knows the business. On Wednesday night the great ev- ent in connection with the Masonic Lodge In .Coleman took place. This was the full and complete organiza- tion or confirmation of organization of the Coleman Lodge. The Most Worshipful Grand Master Canon Hog bin of Calgary was present and he was assisted in the performance of the brilliant and imposing ceremonies connected with the proceedings by District Deputy Scott of One of the chief and most important parts of the business transacted was the presentation of the Charter by t'ie Grand Master. This was done with all pomp and impressiveness are inseparahlf from such occa- sions in the great Masonic Order, and from that moment the Coleman Lodpe till then running on the dispensation of the Grand Lodge took its place full Hedged on the working basis and equal ity with all othf-r lodges of the order similarly organized. After the cere- monies in connection with the iza'.ion, presentation of tht and consecration of the hall tr.. members and visitors, of whom thr-ri were a number from Frank, and else whcro repaired to the Coleman ffov-1 to the position of In connection with western wards, Mountain View school will be under the direct supervision of Stake Asst. Supt. J. S. Parker for some time. j PAINFUL ACCIDENT j G. A. Kichardson who recently IMr. Jno. Hunt's farm near Leavjtt, met with a bad' accident near Leavitt on Thursday last. While aiding in branding a colt he was struck by a pole through the strug- gles of the animal, and the blow cut the rightr ear and bruised his head badly. He was. unconscious for over 12 hours. He was brought to Card- ston and under Dr. Stacpoole's care was so far recovered to walk out on Saturday for a short time. A slight ly increased force might have caused the blow to be fatal. Bowville Cowley Sun-day School was held on Sunday morning. A good crowd was present. In 'the evening Eev, Mr. Cantlin preached a sermon to a large crowd. Mr. Olaf Wold has found his hors- PS which were missing for about a week. He found them near Macleod. Mr. S. A, Wyman and family were Lethbridge visitors last week. Mr. Wyman purchased a new waggon. TheTe will be a picnic on Saturday on the river Terraway's mine. There will be a baseball i 4 o'clock and a dance at night. Ev- erybody come. Mr. Envold Daller is visiting his home again after an absence of three months. Prayer meetings will be conducted again on every Thursday evening at the school house. Everybody wel- Mr. Albert and Harry White went to the Hills after a load of posts last Cowley, July funeral u-ok place on Sunday last of old Mr. Bus- There are lots of ice cream parlors ner, aged about 75, who has boon a. a settler in thc Porcupine :or chartvr. the past seven years. Quite ,-f num- ber oi neighbors paid thc last trib- ute of respect to the dcparte-1 by fol- lowing his remains to Livingstone for interment, where thc ourial ser- vice was road by Ttev. G. r, justified the high opinion hold i On Monday evening at the res'ukaro of him along the line of furnishing101 the bride's mother, .J. them with a. most magnificent in thc Hills, Miss McT-xmi quct pronounced by all tho best ever I in marriage to Mr. Trot, ivhere Mr. Mac Neil., the gf-nia' prep- lately. Mrs. Peterson gave party last. Wednesday friends. new wagon and eete- Mr. and Mrs. Archie McLotin left. for a trip to the away they will visit relatives also take in the Tercentenary Our baseball boys were defeated at Macleod on Friday night by a score of An event of no small importance to the local lodge of Knights of Pyth- ias (which though recently iorme-i ?s one of the strongest orders in the town) promises to occur shortly. Dr. rigs 'party for the arive. THE QUEEN'S KISS The visitors came in about 16.45 doing so spoke of the great pleasure London, July queen aad were transferred to t'--e people of Lethbridge had in hav-; formed- a characteristic act of the various vehicles provided from a visit from the editors living in'ness last week while returning from' the most comfortable and swift au-jtlie state from which we had already a visit with the kinjr ta- the most i so many people and from whicn Lord Pembroke. able slow dray waggon, for to drive hoped to get a great many more, j Her Majesty was informed at the two hundred people takes a lot oi. Dr. DeVeber in proposing the toast Wilton railway station that the sta- rigs. And the drive started. They j corroborated the chairman's wordsi of j tion-master's little daughter. TUeen Wright, who is one of the officers of the newly instituted temple, Omar Ksbayajam, of the D. 0. K. K.'s has received word to the effect that the first pilgrimage of the Temple will be to Pincher Creek, provided suffic- ient members can be secured. Chief of Police Reid is taking a ten days' holiday. The R.N.W.JI.P. have charge of the town during this period. The annual picnic of the. Fishburn Farmers' Association and Spring Ririo-o of held at H. H. Jenkins' ranch on the Tvootenai River, was a great success. About 500 people were in attendance and thoroughly enjoyed the baseball, horse races ann" other forms of am- usement provided. At last an effort is to be made to afford badly needed protection for the banks of the creek which flows through town. With every flood that has occurred quite a. portion of the bank on the south side has been wash ed away. The high water of this spring necessitated the moving of a a number of buildings off lets to- wards the west end of Main St., in order to prevent their being carried away, and it is very probable that another flood as serious as the last one would cause, very heavy damage and might result- in the creek appro-: priating a -.portion', of the. Main St. At a public meeting -held some time ago it was decided to approach the Provincial Legislature with a view to obtaining financial assistance. As a result of the correspondence which ensued Mr. Jno. Stocks, Deputy Min- ister of Public "Works was in town on Thursday and after looking over the situation promised to strongly rec- ommend on his return to Edmonton, that the Provincial government bear an cream-- -he expanse of cribbing that portion view of the city across the track were taken down Baroness Road gett ing a general they passed, Gait St. so as to view the various industries that are congregated iu that district, then over to number welcome and spoke of the material j Lily, had recently gone totally benefit this district hoped to get! through, an affection of the from their visit. He eloquently out- The queen promptly rtosseJ" lined the greatness of Canada and to the other side of the- of Alberta as the banner province, where the little girl was s and of LethhrirJge, thc finest corner (with her father, and expressed three to get them talking about the of the province. "We have the land, j sympathy with them both. She ten-, mines, then through North. Ward, the climate and the people as far as derly kissed the sightless ehildL making the visitors comment upon our rapid growth, past the mills and elevators, 'occasioning conversation along most profitable lines. From this point the slow coaches went di- rect to the farm but the swifter onns they go" said the Senator, "but we ing, "Poor, pnnr have not enough of them. The. gov- I and their efforts have borne fruit. Kansas City, Mo., July The people are coming in tens and Savage, a negro was arrested here went a. longer route took the route. This latter visitors out to the Fairfield farm, and the Whitney farai where the crops of grain, alfalfa and fruit were distinct revelations to them. The view of the market gar- to a party of neckyoke by riven in Coleman. rancher of that locality. Thc cer- rapidrrowtii of thc public school emony wns bv Rev. Mr. Finlcy. A large number of invited guests gathered to celebrate t.hc feli- citous event and to give the youthful brido a handsome and hearty send- has'ited a-rearrangement of the rooms to accommodate the schol- ars especinlly of the primary room. tho principal's ela.ay.r-.s B. W. White, bc-twcen Lethbridge and Bowvillc. Finder will please let me know and receive reward. It was lost abon: ten days ago. It was paint ed black. Robt. Burns and Mrs. T. J. Dni.-in visited the Hanley Home last Thursday. Mr. Dolan expects his father on n visit rfoori. Mrs. T. J. Dolnn mul Mrs. Rolx-r: Burns called -on Miss Wold one last 01" tlie bank necessary to save the iron bridge .which spans the creek and which was only saved by tre- mendous cfTort this spring. To com- plete the work thc town council will endeavor to raise a sum of money by issuing debentures arid are sub- mittincr for thc approval of the rate- payers n. bylaw, authorizing them to )-aiso for this and ot.hcr_ noc- pPSfiry public works. Miss Ethel Slnu-pe who hns been spending a month with friends in Calgary returned home today. impression also. Leaving these farms they went across the White farm and up through the famous Silver farm. Mairing this trip they got their first view of ripe Alberta grain and it certainly looked good to them. All along: the line harvesting had been commenced and the close standing grain and the thick lying sheaves made them inquire as to the yialda we got in this country. Thu figures given were hard to believe but .-with the scene before them there was no- thing else for it but to take them as facts. A cut across to the Experimen tal Farm closed the drive. After the luncheon those who had taken the shorter route were taken out in the autos to see what the others were all talking about and they also saw and were convinced. Thc Experimental Farm was a great educator. Those who arrived first took it in before luncheon while the large party of later arrivals made the rounds, alter they met the requirements of the inner man. It is hare1, to give any idea of the great interest shown here. The irri- S'aled portion was first gene over afid was the subject of many inquir- ies. In fact, the local men have reg- istered a vow to study up thc sub- ject of irrigation more thoroughly hundreds of thousands but we night chargea with stealing the room for millions. Tn our search for j poUch in the Kansas City Un- our eyes to j ion Station on June 6th lasV con- Notice to Intending Homesteaders people we have turned the east and the south but not to Staining fifty thousand the west for we do not want the Or- iental. Each part of the country has its -choice of people, some preferring one kind of people and another other kinds but in Southern Alberta our eyes turn fondly to the south espec- ially to the western portion of the great nation along our borders. The men that make the best Canadians are good Americans. They have the same language, soil, climate and very similar institutions. They have been pioneers before and now that their families have grown up .around them are looking around for an op- portunity to give their sons the same chances that they had as pioneers of a new country." Speaking to them as newspapermen, he said that they wanted no romance but that they. Aplications will be received' on and after Monday, July 6th to homestead tlie available even sections of Tp. 1 Ege. W. 4th M. j. w. STAFFORD; Agt. Dominion- Lands.- AMIRiCANS WON will meet in the room formerly occu- oft. pied by ro m is thf primary being classes. The j furnished with new i Killarney Mini.. July a rday in a adjustable single Heats, the walls and thunder storm last night tbe George A very, ccilinir newly decorated and splendid year old son of William Baxter was rniUed suicide, blackboards installed. instantly killej by lightning. TOOK HIS LIFE Moosomin, Sask., July body Fred Simpson wrts discovered j on tbe farm of1 11, is thought be corn- Simpson was a ower 48 vears of ncre. Lor.'loTi, .Iii.y final 'n the relay ,tt Olympic games, wns won easily by tho American ton in. The Gonrmn team was second nnd thc Hungarian third. Time 3 wid-r min. 20 2-5 seconds. This wns thc last event of the Olympic games. Black Watch Black Plug The Chewing Tobacco of Quality. 2271 DONT BUY The Material- for your shed, barn or house tintill you have seen our in. Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "pricer: yet I Carload each of fresh Lime. Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. LeMridge, Taber, Hepocd, ftaoratfi, Coleridge ;