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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Cardston Budget is indispensable in the camp, and for ail impromptu meals. Add a little BO VRiL to your canned meats ana soups ar. the note Cardston. May weather country being so good and so far su-j clerk is evidently no respecter of hoi- perior for farming purposes than' idays and again was exemplified that where they came from. i the "best laid plans of mice, and i K- C. Lee, wife and, grandson, ar-' are often spoilt by ruin not rived here from Coalfax, Wisconsin, I wanted. and has gone on a visit to his eldest! Extensive preparations were made Daughter near Grassy Lake. Mr. Lee; at Aetna, six miles south of Card- a-i through the American war I ston. and the holiday was to be made aml medal constantly on a joy forever in the minds and hearts 'his C0at' Iooks and hearty. of the people invitations states that this is his first visit; had been sent out to Kimball, Tay- to is delighted with the1 lorvflte.'. Woblford and' Caxdston, and without doubt our neighbors would Tile band congregated! have given all a royal good time but at provided with iu-i for the disturbing: weather. struments preceded to the residence! May the next occasion prove more thejiewly married couple, Mr. and successful through the absence of the :virs- 5utton- Serenading for' n _ weather's frowns and tears.' about half au hour> plaving popular Fay Fat c and appropriate tunes. The band' comprised a number of local ladies1' and gentlemen. During the time Mr. j Suiton appeared accompanied by his' bride and gracefully ackucwieci----'' CANVASSING FOII VOTES (Toronto Saturday Night.) tie trials of the gislmiv Taber Talk Tuber, May 'y of the weather the the heavy Taber from whence he was conveyed to Lethbridg M t" 1 v iiVVV v A ft Jhit J.X f ,Tak. in i" lmi downpour oij ruin yesterday evening W. M. P.. Constables Fisher and to Gray, R. N. M. P, were also dv Oi tne Ulen whn inm-ht .u., !t...... i....... by Sergt. Egan, R. N. and n o v R i L are nutritious and toothsome. the uieu who foughf in the have held icontests iu the curly days. Among I was postponed. .tho annuls of old politicians there! {used to be a cherished nuecdote ofj i lion. George Brown's hi the opera house campaign and team Mr. Gus. Xeidig and wife returned to Lethbridge this evening Flyer. tailed from Lethbridge with a waggon for his arrest, but Gard- been arrested by I Corporal Mason about an hour before i j their arrival. PRE-EMPTION AREA CUT DOWN One o, in Hie district was a prosperous Highland after the Scotch farmer who Uved i and picnic bent. '.steered north east about .y morning on plea- The crowd tea '.he keenest rict and a of weight -in AT LEAV] TT The village eight miles west of this point has been noted for its ITav Dsy celebration during a number years past. ulous Prices for Guinness Farm Souvenirs ommumty, and had a residence of Mr. White who kindly j placed his habitation at their dispo- jSal. Although the morning looked of This local holiday has no fixed time so long- as it occurs in May. Friday last was the day. se- lected'and it was ideal as to the" wea- ther conditions the compliments paid him and Mrs. I Milton. cigars Before the band departed j La Porte. Ind., Mav 30 were liberally distributed. given for the happy Mrs. Belle Guiness yesterday" anon for George Brown. The latter was canvassing with Hon. Archibald McKellar and j matter of policy, the latter decided jtnat they should stay over night in T i the old Highlander's abode. When auc-iw'as Cached the i cloudy, and the sun was partly aid I by the clouds, no thoughts of a this I a rather unusual thing this town, namely Corporal Mason, Constables Fisher, Gray and Mathe- 1 S011' three are expecttd to c leave for Lethbridge tomorrow unless iheir orders are countermanded. A. Van Orman left for Lethbridge this evening. Mr. H. F. Annable left for Leth- ;non sale of the personal property that it consisted of an u dainpened their ardour. A good deal of maneuvering was notic- the start as to the occupancy seats but eventually everv- bridge yesterday evening. Mr. J. McCarthy Prince Ruperr, on a v Mrs. B. W. Wright. arrived Ottawa. May 2'J.-Tho Hon. Frank Oliver, minister nf the House today introduced a bill'en- fromjtitled. act to cOusofidaV amend certain acts' respecting the the conuc tto n song, and chorus- Several gnap t0 SUCh ortant pie ending with cheers for the the the Th hours. ball zer between both t than five hundred rigs were the farm. so many visitors present, especially alter its remov? in irom Canteton. that the hall was ra- sunshine is'znuch r 'T bjr ther otherwise a van- wat-r had and and it was not fair to the country Or the members that such a bill should f.6 late, ht- be introduced so The minister, in explaining tho bill, camps 'of ue, primroses in full bloom. The 'jaien having drawn off the 't-was very much investors were out in the countrv iu-i he of last the same as f- A number party up afta', hope of puttin undressing- and enjoying a hearty repast. provided conversation io uu to .games w.ere startcd until the Lhe first indulged being The good disposed of, zence. game of lacrosse classes in respect to the pre- ianners are busy getting the still 'in the bill, but wotball being] seed in before the 10th of June. After area of their application had bee 1 m succeeded by a the recent rain, oats and wheat Koughly thW laches vs. gentle- wel up., also the seeds in the kitchen apply to a strio of day djd not see as large audience Youn? Ladies Association mem-' Coroner Mack last night filed itold him an-1 wouid be re as usual, due to the fact that agood'.bers th'eir session. A mo-uest report oa one of the'of Highland" Wnit many were just finishing cropping programme was rendered and ldentified bodies- He is to aD ___ t ito Oil The opening meeting at ICUa.m J considering the weather there was a termine cause of death hough -ach; beauties of nature. There bein as thatjbell to call in the district Saturday was occupied !iarge atlendanee.- The chief that reports. Pres. Thos. Duce gave the! tran5acted was the re-oreanization oiJed by Persons to conditions of the Stake as "a whole th? association- Miss Lizzie Wilcox. knoini- showing that all wards and organiz-Ias, Ward was honor- ations showed life and progress? Kim l ably released wnh a hearty vote of ball. Leavitt and Cardston wards "er long and faithful la- man was murder- the coroner un- cost hiai his election. Thus 4i_. iLU Lo reussemuie thejamous Reform leader of Charl-6 und AN UNUSUAL SUIT I Put .a bold face on it. hurriedly dressed and with a mad dash j under the bedclothes. a Belle appeared at was sufficient notice Tea being dis- 'Bob started to Jwasb. up the plates and dishes but f tiic U Hill- ty was on the west of a line drawn from on happened last night. We re- j the international iram from mentioning names, but it Cal boundary through gary to the north appears that after an interesting event em Of the province "and on wh Catholic Priest had been reorganized since the last I The cew TOre Brought Against conference in February. j mously sustained as follows: Super- Claresholm AVard was represented! ilrs- Elizabeth Low, by Elder Grow of the Pine r Principal of the branch. j Oardstou School; 1st Assistant: Mrs. that capacity owing to the novel method adopted by him in hav- i r-n _ i mm in nav- Roman f Lambton they at-j ing the cups full of water and plung- trioute tO thft SflrriA C.__.L_, man a of the Montez Harris (wife of D. E. Harris! 2nd Assistant: Krs. Rhoda Miss Blanche Olsonwas re- President B. H. Pirst Council of Seventy, delivered i very instructive discourse, following' Tain the report of the 121st Quorum Pres. Jas. P. Loxv, who gave the en-1 REAL rollment as 62, members on missions! .Mr' Jas- H. Ellison. 12, and who also were reouired gives promise of being 'of al most unprecedented interest is pend- the same Highland Scotch j ing the cloth into them with the" re- mosx remarkable utterance.! suit that the water squirted out., re- of features as well TT >i I, T f uu.y h, UUU ttL1 Victoria, May An action of I. lllustrates the Gaelic mode of 'quiring the drying at tUnS8- Th hPr f a num-f-he east by a line drawn from the ber of friends were celebrating it into I international .boundarv- northward the smail hours of the Moose Jaw and PrincT morning. connection therewith being now in preparation for in i iof Gait. At was as delph. the vet-] About 5 o'clock in the .1. Youn-j commenced to fall and as there was election the Con- no sign of it a had horse and rig which was to have con- veyed two of the parties home was tied to a fence but when the owner was preparing to go home he found that his horse had beeen removed irom the rig and yoked to a waggon' some distance away and the rig re- moved in another direction, a great delay in finding them, but the Al- of bert to the northern boundary Saskatchewan. This would leave ap- proximately one-half of each of the provinces free from the pre-emption provisions Of the measure. on missions liOiue cjiiiings i stated four more j this yea: for the mis-: V1CU- -L'uce. nis nome- quart-r near the old site Aetn, recently pur- home- of the sionary work abroad. Pres. Roberts beautifully illustrat- ed our growth toward perfection by eompariag it to the horizon-when we reach the supposed point where earth and sky meet, low another circular expanse opens to view and ney on and on, ever overcoming the weakness" of man nature. As each new Dairy -beine: the S W j Sec 34-1-25. i Mr. Duce is removing to Beazer where he follow his chos- tive being a' prominent digni-. the Catholic church jminds of the Gaelic folk, in the Pacific northwest. The state- jmai! Toronto ment of claim, if the case proceeds i brouSllt there to purpose, but enough! All tinkers in the] arrived safely home though thorough- events of a very happy of the day The barbed wire fences -.iain are still in gooa part. in the A gentle-jly drenched, yet cheerful. One and i. and a standin we jour- line of dairy farming. Last week's closing hours lie of more land near Beazer Jeppson Bun Strong soM their lhe is said to Air AF F given at the confess! -ur. ji. jb. jjeazer. who _ .the S.-j.t'ins upon the lines indicated by the.1 settlements in behalf of the 'Con- friends of the plaintiff, will involve no fservative menace of dan- E. M. MACDONALD FOR THE CABINET Ottawa, May Ottawa Free saw the Of the deric defendant. candidate, to the Mr. to the hu-1 vantage' The basis be advice of the wife, 'he line of tbe df her point was reached, embraced more Tf -f" is "of the I his the true and beautiful. ano our nro oeing the south half I oi section 6 Tp. 2 Range 26, West 0J the 4tn ileridian self pleasant common Scottish blood. Arnong-st those comprising were 3Irs. Coombs. Mrs. i S. olc and tried to make McLeod. Primrose. Beck by alluding to theirj Callum. W. McLeod. Eitchie, Ulessrs. Kev. J. K. Munro. Vickery, replied the old man. plcCalium, Sid Blye, Owens. Mr. A. "Ol power to have the, 1 replaced class of fencing. counci1 might- also spend a little some I c y the j the cabinet will be taken b" r obnoxious wires jdonald, of Pictou. On the'authority of Liberal members from Nova wth plain f gress was or shall be eternal.. At the afternoon session the time K-as chiefly occupied by Apostle Geo. Sferlousfy "Is it v---. .LUUU. r A 4.T "Well, see you that it iss what Charlie' Pearson. i 7 m having the crossings to the! enter the cabinet feel so pad, than any .lad calling Bob Anderson, Williams Coombs'' 'P0t and the south side of the track J _ ms interests. It is. said that there, herself a Scotchman could Pe found! Hill, R. G. McFadden "and With and ashes a3' no precedent m Canadian juris-1 to propose a tinkler for jll l? almost impossible to cross tbe tia the paper denies the report that Premier Murray of Kova Scotia will prudence for such legal proceedings, i His main topic people better, a fuller mniniUim-e principles of truth, was true repentance. The Sunday as usual devo work. Stake showed the work in this Stake a, very favorable ccodition. Pros. spoke of the duty of Children to parents. God's "Honor thy father and thy mother bv due to i Dr. Stackpnole "tu-ndcd ---1 ed her removal to the hospital. How-" I ever, his condition was deem-d' tend Manitoba Grand Lodge in Prairie Town At. HEN HATCHES BpOOD OF SNAKES Gets Her Neck Wrung for Not Having The soil all round this district A large number of settlers are ar riving. Amongst the latest arrivin (this evening) are some who come for the purpose of acquinn More Disr.riminat' i the .favorable prosuects i.hnt accounts for the great tobe u'-m gaVe such Additional. -adMce a, hw wider MnAriin_ er experience 1. Delegates will b -lodges throughout FOSTER DENIES CHARGE road after a. rain without being ankle T deep .in mud. That The board of trade having so warm- have taken up the question of freights rati-s at some recent meetings should were doing and should Commons Hon. Mr. Foster it- up. The Seliaiiw Ivline is expect- i-eation to the fact that on VvVdne-dav ea io start work m a short time.. The Sir Frederick Eorden had stated in He Made Persona! Profit Use of Other People's Coin Omemt The lady h ahva.vs to conpliKr wVt-h--: Hinman the home of 3 the children, "H the can bestow. no matter what the characters of the parents might be. There was scarcely standing room at the afternoon session, some 557 persons being present by actual -he time was occupied by liichards who took up the j Tha- is life today when he pulled GlQd- The setting hen off the nest that she had! the prairie J2adc !n th.e of a 5traw stackJD; Provinces, aU of which are included irom i in Manitoba domain. E Hocklev somc lime and began to susPeci'i -n -r that sh.; was siuing on a D. ixeeppon. C. Ruella. When he lifted her instead of a brood Omemee, X.D.: R. Vv. a Holc-lte; K. C. Sec and state- of Edmonton, will preside as reigning Besides the grand had noticed the fowl sitting there i T J- U- Cnamfrey, A. R. Fraser, F. V. Mends officers several notable persons irom vor states will be here to address the are Con- B. J. Sallinger, of Apostle of chickens he found snakes, eleven little black bunch each about seven inches long and all; to the unfavorable condition wriggling furiously. jof the weather the different Wise promptly despatched the snak-1and baseball matches arranged for es and wrung the hen's neck. WiseJ had to be postponed, said he had no use for a hen that- u ee.ling lorward to better times as soon 'ment was and whollv nn Hobt T C h CSty' ra" arC Brought true. It was the first tin a Lm Eobt. T. cahall. Omemee, a par with that by th. ber of the'had had the teC States in delivery of coal at to make it on the floor of the peg and the eastern provinces. j House and he'called upon Sir Fred- erick to prove it or retract. Sir Frederick in reply read for half an hour from speech of Mr. Ayles- WINNIPEG DEBENTURES Winnipeg, May citv of Winnipeg debentures to the amount! j of which have been for' of the findings of th commission. e insurance will be placed on the Lon- land, are C. J. Krame, Velva, i Foster insisted on prnof or rc- the hands of tho Bank traction and this Sir Frederick ed and the matter closed for On the motion time to go into supnly of a Fowler continued a bonus of storage plant at St. John, G. J. perform- Haddi- Brown, of Mrs. The: ceremony ed by J. R. Munro. of I Knox church at the residence of Mr G. J. L Cowboy Quartette FOR GOVERNOR J. Loom is. Mr. C. H. Grav acted 'n u .s man nnd Miss Pearl Loomisi.5 Mayor as bridesmaid. Only the VVhirlwind Campaign With friend .s were present which included j Mr. and Mrs. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. j Kearns. The wedding pn-seiits were numerous and costly. The r.-ceived the hearty congratu-j ber of the lations of tlnar many, friends. New Settlers Amongst other settlers that arrived here today were W. S. McRae. Kloid- sports to raise ftrnds to send to jthc Quf-bec Battlefields association. j There will be a big parade, in which jthe visiting Knights of Pythias will I have a place. Tuesday Omaha. Mny -29.-Jamos G. Dahl-' happy {man, Omaha's cowboy Mayor, mem-1 national Democratic corn- visitors will entertained at the Elks' Club, jnesday the convention will be brought- Cum jto a close. That afternoon the.dele- bo given a drive through I city, and surrounding country. jThn grand lodge will mei-t for busi- Nfw Rochelle, N. Y., May was learned today that to escape the; biiti which has been put on Sunday baseball in New Rochelle team will (North Dakota; M." ting the dobf'ntures on the market.' W. S. McRae, Elvidram. s Gardner was recently ac- at Lethbridge, on a charge of DROPPED DEAD Fredc-ricton, N. B., May the debate on Baunki_OIj the question of Sir Frederick Borden's doubt whether, connection with a bonus for each; for a cold of the de-! N. B. city is to A. Y. McLean followed in support expenses rf put- of Sir Frederick and the talk was continued by Messrs. Porter and Len- nox, the latter moving an amendment to the effect that the house is of the opinion that the ministers of the SundaJr county the j cattle killing, was rearrested today'attending a theatrical not connected with go to Fort j br Corporal R. N. W. M. P., last evening Walter McFarlane, of the! a.n insurance or company seeking ei- ian, C. J. Krame, M. Rengask, Vel- va, N. D.; Peter Brandon, Hankinson N. D.. thr, latter had a car o' implements, furniture and six hors. and trusted political ni William J. announced to- that he is a candidate for the Democratic norninntion for Governor of Nebraska and that immedintelv af- at 10 o'clock. and It is eided to take" r-.-fuge on the Govern- ment, property, when they learned from'the Rev. Thomas P. McLough- ajat his ranch on Chin Coulee on an-' McFarlane" Thompson manufacturers JIther woalth or from LEAVING FOR THE COAST Cranbrbok, May Sundav es. large number teams were en- gaged to day by applicants for land and many tracts were covered. Many of 'the arrivals purpose filing applica- tions for homesteads in addition to State. uiii-iy ciays" campaign in purchasing have stated The cowboy quartet which campaigned with the Mayor in the city during his fight for the Mayor- alty, will accompany him and sing wherever the candidate makes an address. If he gets the nomination he will be-j Br. F. E. King will leave for Vancou- ver, where he will practice his pro- fession as a dentist in the future. Dr. Xing has been in for some live years and during that time has built up a large practice. Dr. F. E. King is a brother to Dr. J. H. King, who represents this riding in the provincial house, and M. B. Mills, Limited. soldiers there, i charge of cattle stealing and'dropped dead from heart disease." He! ol which they are id that the ball players de- defacing brands. He was brought to' was 70 years of amentlraent was scut-pled by Sir Wilfrid who stated that in view of the emphatic declaration of Sir Fred- erick that he had no stock in the company in question, he was bound ______________________ _____________ to accriPt jt- was contin- vel approves of Sunday ing and would no doubt sustain the officers of the fort if the Sheriff 1 lm- a known Catholic priest of should try In m.ike game. Health in every cup of COWAN'S ued by Mr. Foster at 13.15 a. EMMERSON AGAIN Moncton, N. B., May H. R. Ernmerson, M. P., will bo West- moreland's choice as Liberal candi- date to contest this constituency in the Dominion government elections. The conyention will be held on Mon- day next. Jf JtCTION Very nutritious and very digestible. Give it to your children and drink it yourself. COWAN Cimit.d, TORONTO a ORDERS IN COUNCIL _Ottawa, May order in coun- cil has been passed declaring no animal imported for the improvement of stock shall be admitted free into Canada unless the importer is a Brit- ish subject and produces a certificate of record of pedigree. Proclamation will be issued today repealing, the Scott act in Inverness county. ;