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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOC WEEKLY HERALD LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK WEDNESDAY Dr. Forbes, a well known practi- tioner of Macleod for many years is seriously ill. Several farmers south of town are -cutting rye. One man has acres f wheat in the sheaf. Loo oimr has taken over the man- gemot of the dining room at the Hotel. marriage is to take place at early date of Isaac Campbell, K. C.. and 3Irs. M. B. Niles, both of Winnipeg. Rev. A. A. Lyttle of Westminster was in Raymond yesterday, the funeral of the late .Kenneth Norton. A general store and an elevator shortly be built at .Coleridge. is nearly ready The people of have .-sufficient procure to bear on the C. P. R. to persuade the company to .-have the Spokane 'Flyer stop at Ta- ber jyoing both east ;-and west. Mrs. D, May and son, Frank, have -returned :rom a visit to her parents Toronto. She was accompanied her Miss "Bessie 'Johnson, ,f Toronto, who will be her guest R, Carr and H. Faulkner of the f r f time Hudson Bay Company returned fr'-u) TT Crow's Xest yesterday. While oat Mrs John Howard and ner sister, j i boating all their equipment and cio- Liss O'Laughiin, arrived irom Butte. Mont, and are spending the -dav in the city on their way to visit! friends at Blairmore. E- from Calgary is visiting Mrs. Rose Crawford. Jos. Addison of Calgary Mather of fc r_ R. G. Addison. undertaker of this local andJong-distance telephone sys- tem at Taber.r Mr. Morrison is super- intending the work and Mr.- Griffiths is manager. The canvass of the town for subscribers for phones has al- ready, resulted in securing enough to, put the system on a paying basis; It is expected that both systems will ready for operation in two months. THURSDAY S John Harvie has taken out it per- mit for a dwelling on Brun- ion St. Lintou Lundy and J. E. Ardell re- turned last night from a visit to the Winnipeg fair. Miss Link returned last night a three weeks' holiday spent at Cal- gary and Banff. Raymond Mercantile Co. got judg- ment in District Court yesterday ag- ainst Nels- Larsen by consent of coun- T. H. Percivttl and wife, of Mer-1 Parry on Dufferm St. S. C. Witwer rickville, Ont., are visiting in the located in the house vacated by the city. Mr. Porcival is one of the most prominent citizens in that part of Ontario. Mrs. Andrew Keidig left on this morning's westbound regular for Fer- nie, and other B. C. points In an en- deavor to recuperate her failing health. W. T. Williams will the new Collegiate Institute at Medicine Eat. The price will be A local of the United Mine Workers was organized at the Maple Leaf mine in the Pass this week. Miss Medd of the Elbow River has been visiting Mrs. E. T. McGre- gor, left for her home today. Owing to the removal of Kiiox Church the services on Sunday tit 11 .a. m. and 7.30 p. in. will be hold in j the Bijou Theatre. Mr and Mrs. E. B. Hill left on the flyer last night for a months hoK- U' There is a report that Premier Mc- ride of British Columbia may run Victoria against Hon. Wm.Tem- and Penticton. for the House of Commons. E.-Matthews of Macleod has en-! Mrs. O. T. Lathrop and son of gaged with McKeown and Hamilton. Minneapolis, came to Lethbridge with barbers. Three chairs are running steadily at this shop now. James McCaig, Supt. of Edmon- ton Public Schools, who has beenvt- siting in the city, for a short time. went to Raymond th'is morAng. Lanigan of Winnipeg, the assistant a location ior her will in the near future ;enter in- _ u'M I to business here. partnership with his son here. At i present he is president of; the Alber- who is thinking 01 going m- -ia Building Association at Calgary. Wilbert Mackenzie, son of Ed. 'Mac- kenzie, while rounding up horses yes- terday met with art accident that will lay him up for a week or so. "Sis horse stumbled and the boy was -thrown to the ground, the'horse fall- ing on him. No bones were broken. A deal in land whicli tells of the -wonderful advance in values in this 'district, was put through >.the other Agia. and were glad to get ofi refused This. Thftrefore case _ _ refused this. Therefore the case ahead on its merits and still con- tinues. court, Ontario, the occasion being the marriage of their daughter Isa- bella, to Mr. Geo. E. Pentland, Calgary Herald: Word was received j principal of the city schools Medicine Hat. in the city today of the death of Sirs. George P. Bull, in Chicago last j The Q_ w_ Kerr Co_ have convinced Sunday. She was very well known j land seekers that water is within easy access. They have sunk a well Cameron ranch getting an un- in Calgary where she had made her j home since her husband was appoint- j Ull UilC WCUJJIGJ. J. ed chief engineer of the C.P.R. irri-i Hmited suppiy of water at two gation department and also in Leth-j dred and tcn feet_ bridge where they lived previous to I band concert, by the Lethb'idge moving to Calgary. She was only 32 years of age and a little girl is left motherless. Mr. and Mrs. J. aiiu City Baind wiil be given on the this evening at 8 o'clock. A special J j programme will ba rendered includ- Higinbotham j ing some of the latest popular march- then prbced west.'' 'At" Medicine 'Hat 1 t. i -D 'T, m a Iew weeks but Mrs. Higmboth- lar will be met by Prt-luier Euther- iar _ T-r A- i am and the children will reside there Mr-Hlgmboam. will retui Tommv Mitchell, who had his col- and was badly -cut iord and Hon. W. H. acompany them on their journey this province. They will -u and the children will reside there UD KV wire in a runbwajr accident wn J for some time. some days ago is recovering nicely. What are we .going to do about! Ben Baines has accepted a position iiiTULiKil LI11S JJIU J.11CJ VYJ.J..I --------A- .spend a day in Lethbridge and will the Sum weed? Something ought to; xvith the Alberta Grain Co. and goes go west to Frank and Coleman be done riSht Jt ls commgr to stavely at the beginning of the -and on through British Columbia to out hl flower and if allowed to go to month to take charge of their eleva- coast. Returning by the mainjseed .line they will be banq.uetted at Banff, j After a. stay there they will go north -to Edmonton and east by the C. N. win beyond control -next j tor there. Strenuous measures should uej R. N. Shaw. accountant at the E. taken to eradicate it. It is a. source] Bank of Commerce who has been re- of annoyance to ladies as it ruins at Bawlf has returned to his dresses. old duties here. Mr. Shaw likes the J. W. Waddeli will build a store-! north country but does not like it house on Argyle Are..' Itfr. W-iddellj nearly as well as this district, is an expert at mixing imd testing J In September another party of ed- Ernest Walsh, better known as Pat Walsh, is in trouble, and this after- noon appears before Judge Winter on charge 01 embezzling money, the j property of the A. R. I. 'Co. The' coffee business and if thoroughly tn-jern Canada. These are members no te of -pr( Iminary hearing was held this af- ternoon before Inspector West at the Barracks. According to the evidence. of E. H. Wilson, comptroller for the derstancling his profession is a guar-jthe National Editorial Association. antee of success, Mr. Waddeli nevdJThey will be in charge of W. J. not worry about results. j White, of Ottawa, inspector of Caa- 'This was a big day at the police jadian emigration agencies in United court. Three sports got each for r States, who is in charge of the par- "tipping the can" too freelv. of Minnesota editors. Still later JVlAiU vv' j J Jfeils Hogleson, of Stirline. Last De- stranger who claims to be an Aus-; September a party of experienced "member there was a balance of tralian put up a lively scrap but i practical farmers from Scotland will This he paid to Walsh but did j was forced into the coop by three or: tour Canada. These are members ot A. R. I land Co., the company sold some years ago to one not get any receipt. The accused ad- mits retaining the money expecting lo repay it- the next month out" of four sPite of his strenuous the Scottish Agricultural Societies, objections. He did not care for) who have been selected to tour Ca- such close confinement and' freely I nada this fall. The T.ragis-i Martin Woolf. the Grand Master prosecuting and L. -defending Walsh. The government yesterday started -work on the installation of both a money he expected from home but jstatcd his inclinations, iailed" to do so. The embezzlement i tra-te and Chief of Police met their Booster of Cardston came in on the brought to light only a few days Waterloo in the obstreperous Mrs. j local last evening to meet the Min- C F P Convbeare, K. C., is Maloney or Mary seem-j nesota editors so as to get in a few Johnstone is' ed to forget her was words for Cardston. He says I ported as an undesirable some two; that the crops are looking fine, the months ago. She wanted to do all; winter whent being perfect. Harvest the talking except when asked some- ing will be in full swing in about be; ten The spring wheat has been ud I suffering somewhat for lack of rain but a Tine rain fell the other day and put it in good shape. One more shower will guarantee a bumper crop of spring grain. SATURDAY C. F. P. Conybeare left Thursday night to attend Knights of Pythias Supreme Lodge ai Boston. Mr. Elfncr, the electrician, has sold Let Us Fill Your PRESCRIPTION We devote a great deal of time and care to our prescription department, continually adding the newest drugs and endea- voring in every way to meet the requirements of the doctor. Never do we take the liberty of changing or sub- stituting, and this 'more than anything else explains why our prescription trade is constantly growing. Every prescription is put up by a graduate in pharmacy and is absolute- ly correct and the drugs absolutely pure. Thirik it over and let us have your next prescrip- tion. J. J. Johnston Presrription Druggist -QUALITY I I I thing she did 'not care to tell, was arrested for being drunk disorderly. FRIDAY W. L. Walsh, od Walsh Mc- Carthy, Calgary, is in the city on business. Mrs. JJaloney was assessed and costs. Ole Shelton was asked to "leave our midst." Rev. Wm. Reid, pastor of the Ba-p- tist Tabernacle has returned from a holiday spent in B. C. and Innisfail. Wm. Hough got a month at the Barracks for being drunk and derly and resisting arrest yesterday. "How's the day and now's the hour" to mail youn cousins across the sea one or more' of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBRIUGE BOOK- LETS, PIIOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BU-PjNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. 1 D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists McKenzie and Roy, the stock of fixtures to Messrs. who are moving today. The first car of steel for the new the C.P.H. system with Mr. Macln- school is being unloaded today. The tances. He is making the tour of Iron Works will put a gang of men on the steel work immediately. Fred Sanderson, M. A., assistant general manager of the Canada Life and Mr. one of the ofli- objects to thc city lowering the cials of the same company, both of grade in front of his residence on Toronto, in company with Darker, of Calgary, the general agent brought up t to thc grade previously for Alberta were in the city this week. Thtfv had driven over the country from Calgary to Cardston .nnd then to Lethbridge and wore de- lighted with the country and pros- pects. Our correspondent at Iron Springs reports that thc spring wheat there is fine, the height being from 3 feet 6 inches to 4 feet 8 inches and it never looked better. Dr. Campbel has moved inito the house formerly occupied by H. M. union next week. A tent belonging to a couple of Mrs. Fred Hick returned last night from an extended visit with friends in the East. She was acompanied by her mother, Mrs. Wright, who will visit her for a time. Eev. A. H. Ranton, the well-known Toronto evangelist, who conducted meetings here about two years ago, was married" recently to Mrs. Jean Harrison of Strathroy. A special train went to Sweet j Mont., this morning to bring Mrs. C. F. Moberly wife of the American Customs officer to the hospital, she havis" been talrsri seriously ill. Dr. McNally went down the train. Mr. and Mrs." J._ W- Martin and son, of Medicine Hat, are, in the city on their way home from" Edmonton, where Mr. Martin has been engaged in connection with government bus- iness for some time News. Mr. C. B. Reilly, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. H. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. >.E. Hart Nichols, and Mrs. Moody are leav- ing today for a motor trip through Southern Alberta and will visit Leth- bridge and Albertan. Miss Ada L. Foster, of Minnea- cle A. L. Foster, left this morning on a visit to her sister at Kenmare, N. D.. before returning home. A quiet house wedding was auleuiii- ized at the home of. the bride's fath- er. R. H. Blow. 310 Seventh Avenue west, Calgary, on Wednesday. The bride was Miss Elizabeth the groom Mr. Frank Wrigley, L.A. B.. organist of Knox Church, Cal- gary. TUESDAY trate Humphries' bad favor by being brought before him on a charge of vagrancy. He could show that he had earned in the last three months so the magistrate decided' he would make him work some way or other, so he assessed him and costs or three months in jail. The police received word that a certain character recently releas- ed from jail where he had been in durance vile for stealing a rooster, had gone to his wife's home, but not his as they are not congenial spirits, had raised a racket, turned her out of her house, drunk all her whiskey j and finally knocked her down. When they went to investigate, the woman in question did not wish to lay any information and aS. it was her quar- "S. re! the police out of fa- mily quarrels. THE 0. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make (M tfce Pvrdaser Hafe tie best of Lands Sell to Libert! Terns Rooms II and 12 Make SNM Sales M Crtj Pajnmt Biy ii Large Tracts at Uw Prices Sell Aijrtkwf frm 160 Acres ip Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands THE WEATHER Edmonton, rain.......25 i4 Lethbridge clear 88 Medicine Hat, clear 90 Regina, fair 73 Calgary, clear 78 Winnipeg, clear 78 fine'and decid- edly warm. Local thunder storms during the night and on Wednesday. Saskatchewan mostly fair and warm. Local thunder stonufc. Alberta, showers and local thunder storms but mostly fair. FOR THE PAST WEEK July 21 89 2-2 ...'.................93 '23 93 24 90 25.................. 88 30- 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 Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 80 No. 2 Northern.........-....... 77 No. 3 Northern 70 No. 4 Northern............ 62 No. 1 Alberta Red............ 77 No. 2 Alberta Red 74 No. 3 Alberta Red 67 No. 2 White.................. 70 per bus. 45 Barley per bus 50 Flax per bus......... 80 Cattle on the Steers Ib.......... 3X Cows per Ib......... 3 Live............ per cwt....... Dresed per cwt. 11 Fowl per Ib. ....12X Live per-cwt..... Dressed............per cwt.....11 Dairy........... per Ib........ 20 Creamery per Ib......... 27 Eggs........... per doz. per cwt Old Potatoes Cabbage per, Ib. .4 Onions per Ib Hay: Newt- Upland, per ton Blue Joint per ton 12 Timothy per ton 14 Hides Green per Ib 3 to 3% Dry Flint skins per ib "X to 3 Cured Hides., per Ib 4 to 4% Kendpred Tallow: No. 1 3% No. 2 2X ALBERTA REALTY Co j Q I I (rood Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge this year would be fifty per cent. greater than ever before as the young trees planted during the past few years are bearing fruit. The'officials are going west to trie Kooteney, Spokane, and the coast, leaving this afternoon on the local. SEEDING SEEMS TO BE GENERAL BEST CROPS EVE SEEN (From Tuesday's Daily.) It seems that winter wheat seeding is pretty general in. this district. On the 23rd, C. B. -Daniel commenced seeding acres to winter wheat. Next year have acres in grain, different kinds, where this year he had 1.400 acres, an increase in acreage of 900 acres.. A. L- Foster has already seeded 200 acres to winter wheat. P. Naismith is seeding on his farm 'to the south of the city. STANDING OF SOUTHERN AL- BERTA BASEBALL LEAGUE Canton Claresholm Stavely Granum Won. Lost P.O. 9 0 1000 5 4: 555 3 5 375 0 3 000 DEFEATED ARGONAUTS Henley, July Magdalen College crew defeated the Argonauts of Toronto in the fourth oa'red race today. In the Entire Country Were in the Card- ston District NOTICE W. H. Young returned from his sur veying camp south of Pincher Creek to attend to some business in con nection with that work. Seven carloads of cattle including one hundred and forty-three head, were shipped to Winnipeg yesterday from Cardston by D. Balcovski. Miss Somerville ot" Toronto and Miss Hallo way of Vancouver are the guests of the Misses Hardie. A dance j is being given in their honor this ev- ening. Mr. and Mrs. R. Ormond have re- turned from their wedding trip to Winnipeg and Portage- la Prairie and yesterday with her mother, Frank" Bickerdike of Montreal, for- but now private secretary to W. R. Maclnnes, freight traffic man- ager of the C.P.R., was in the city a few hours today renewing acquain- nes. The troubles over trie street grad- ing havo commenced. M. Barford A. Burdect St., as he had his property dctermined by the council. His law- yer will ask the council to pay the amapes done his property. Camoose Taylor got into Magis- Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. L, H. FOWLER CO. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA (From Tuesday's Daily.) The Herald asked W. R. Maclnnes Montreal, general freight traf- fic manager of the C. P. R. and W. B. Lanigan of Winni- peg, the assistant general freight traf fie manager, when they were in the city this morning in the course of their regular trip of the system, if they had anything of interest to tell us. Mr. Lanigan said that all he knew was that crops were very good' and freight business very bad, but managed to tell the reporter some- thing more than that. The officials have been travelling through the west for over a week and say that they never saw it (look better all over but their trip to Cardston this morning with Manager Xaismith of the A. R. I. Co. show ed them the best crops they have yet seen. Mr. Lanigan says saw anything better. Every preparation Is being made to handle the bumper crop but, of course they will riot be able to move it all at' once. And if the people do as usual, they will want to move grain, coal, lumber and merchandise, all at thc same time. "Has there been any appreciable increase in elevator they were asked and in reply stated that thc agitation for government owncu elevators has prevented private !nai- viduals from building more elevators arid the result is that there is very few more elevators this year. The terminal elevator capacity nas never yet been tested, so Targe and (.-rlicicnt is the service, the transit service .ic- ing the most rapid in the world. The line between Winnipeg nnd Fort Wil- liam is nearly all double tracked. Mr. Maclnnes remarked that the output of fruit in British Columbia CITY THE MARKET Will open up for Business on Saturday, August 1st Next Farmers, Market Gardeners and others are invited to send in their produce, etc., for sale. A charge of 5 per cent, commission will be levied on all sales. Splendid stock yards for the reception of cat- tle are being erected and will be ready for business on the opening date. A spacious market hall has been fitted wth stalls for retailers at mod- erate rates. A weigh bridge will be erected for use on the market ground. The City Council trust that the farmers and all who have produce or cattle for sale will take advantage of the market which has been pro- vided for their benefit and do all in. their power to establish in the, city an institution of this character which will mean so much to Lethhridge if properly supported. All produce, etc., sent'in, should be in the market before 9 o'clock am. at which hour the sale commences. Any other information will be gladly furnished by WADDiNGTON 8c GIBBON We can supply you promptly Fresli Meat Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid to Farmers for CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY, etc. P. BURNS CO. LETHJBKIDGE, ALTA, R ROYAL NORTH WEST POLICE Market Masters. Office in Market. Tenders for Hay SEALED TENDERS marked "Ten- ders for Hay" will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Wednis- day the 5th of August, 1908, at'the. Barracks, Lethbridge for the supply and delivery of good green hay sub- ject to the usual conditions as to stacking and measurement. The following quantities are re- quired tons, baled, blue i joint mixed. tons, baled blue joint mix- .ed. F. 0. B. Coutts. Writing on tons, loose, up- land, in stack or as required. Pendant tons loose up- land in stack or as required. Wild tons loose upland, as required. Medicine tons baled blue joint required. tons, loose upland, as re- quired. tons, baled upland, as "re- quired. tons loose upland, as required. Delivery to commence on 15th Au- gust, 1903. The hay to be green and well cur- ed and subject to inspection and re- jection as delivered. 512 cubic feet will be allowed to the ton in stack. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank for 5 per cent, of the total amount tendered for, this amount to be for- feited if not completed according to contract. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. No newspaper will be paid for in- serting this without proper author- ity. JAS. 0. WILSON, Superintendent. Commanding R. N. W. M. Police at Lethbridge. 332 Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria. LOST One brown horse branded j j on left thigh. Also one bay horse brand cd I I on left thigh. Suitable reward for information regarding same or return to Alex. Thorburne, Sundial. w39-l STRAYED To premisos of undersigned first xveek iu July one bay horse branded U on left shoulder, weight about 950 ibs., white spot on forehead. can have same by paying expenses. Oscar Nelson, Black Spring Ridge, Section 10-13-22. 38-6 ;