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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY R. V. Barnes came from Drinkwa- "ter, Sask., to act as reliefman while the Bank of Commerce stall will in turn hare their annual vacation, A. C. Flujoerfelt, of Vancouver, H. X1. Galer, of Spokane and G. L. Fra- A. J. Elfner of Calgary has opened up. in the electrical contracting Bus- iness in the Ott Block. Mr. Elfner up to the present has been foreman for the North West Electric Co. of Calgary which does some of the 'argest jobs in that city. Mr, Elfner has put in a complete stock of elec- tric fixtures, telephones, batteries, etc and is now ready for business. H. A. Mullins of Winnipeg, purchas of Coleman are in the city today and' went'ouf to the Royal mines. ecl 925 head catUe belouging Mrs. W. C. Ives, her little daughter the Knight Sugar Co. They are. -and Miss Mulholland went to Mac- leod yesterday on a visit. Andrew Laidlaxv, a former proprie- to had strayed a good while previously. They proceeded to take it with them, when a Galician came upon 'them saying that the colt was his aud ob- jecting strenuously to "its being re- moved. Mr. Young persisted in his efforts to take his colt. The Galician went'in the house and got' a gun, and several of his his assistance. countrymen came to In the mix-up in tor of the Gait Reformer, but now was in citv Tiie work on Ttie C.P.l'i. depot is undergoing spring cleaning. The ceiling and Avails are being whitened and tinted. The Ironworks received another car machinery from Toronto this mor- ning. They are now running with a -full staff and are filling orders as ra- ,pidly as possible. Mrs. A. M. Roy and the Misses M. -and Edythe Roy arrived home on he shipped on June 11 and fs, via cupy 55 stock cars and Mr. to realize about, per the gas well will in all probability be resumed at once. The car of pipe has been here for. some time but a shipment o_f tools sent at the same time got divid'ed and a part of them were lost occasioning a delay. These tools are expected daily and work will resume upon their ar- rival. The ladies of the North Ward met which Mr. Young got badly hammer-' ed to get away to hide his gun. Young Jr., went to notify the police and the Galician forthwith attempt- ed, to get away to -hid his gun. Mr. Young wanted the police to see him with the gun so as to have a case against him but the foreigners were too many for him. Late last even- ing the Galician was arrested. FRIDAY Dr. P. M. Campbell has purchased H. M. Parry's residence oa Cre.bb St. Piucher Creek and Cowley have been having a lot of rain, too niuch some farmers say. j this evening's local from Calgary {at tbejiouie of Mrs. Samuel Jones, -where they have been visiting since Fiiday, the guests of Mrs. Wm. Ne- David M. Rogers, barrister, of Vic- toria, B.C., is in the city. He has Tseen living at the B. C. capital for years. He .is a native of Peter- boro, Out., and a son of Lieut.-Col. H. C. Rogers, postmaster of that -city. William Durkin, a prosperous far- mer of Spring Coulee, and Miss Ger- tie Gates of Lethbridge were united in wedlock by the Rev. Mr. Harrison the Methodist parsonage last -might. The young couple will live on :Mr.' Durkin's farm at Spring Coulee. Amongst the passengers on the C., T.R. Empress of Ireland, from Mon- treal for Liverpool, sailing from the Sr., yesterday afternoon and organ- ized a Ladies Aid Society in connec- tion with the Westminster Church. The following officers -were elected: president, Mrs. Samuel Jones, s'r.; vice-president, Mrs. Boulton; secreta- ry, Mrs. J. M. Keding; treasurer, Mrs. Sam Jones, jr. Clarence Rogers, son of George Ro- gers, of Lethbridge, won two medals in the sports of the Upper Canada College, Toronto, on Friday last. He took the 100-yard race in 11 3-5 sec- onds; the high jump in-4 ft. 4 ins.; and in the hurdle race he was a tie and when it was run off the second time he lost by two inches. This is very ..good considering there are 160 boys in the institution and that he had to compete with boys -older and Thos. Stubbs has the contract for placing an iron covering n the old Hudson Bay store. N. T. McLeod returned this morn- ing from a trip to B.C. He reports business good in the Koote- nays. Mrs. W. Rex Virtue and family left last night for Moosomin, to j visit her former home. Mr. Virtue went as, far as Medicine Hat, return- ing tonight. Miss Nicholson of Calgary is spend- ing a few days in. the city with her brother, H. Nicholson, of the Herald, while on her way to her home in To- 6 Dominion Exhibition CALGARY, ALBERTA June 29th to July 9th, 1908 in Prizes expended in New Buildings Improvements in Purses Strobei's Air Ship, The Novelios Great Trained other high-class attractions ,91st Iowa State Band Rough Hiding by real Cow Boys Indian, Squaw and Reduced points in Canada. Your opportunity to see the great West Writfi for to 'E! RICHARDSON, Manager THE STORE OF QUALITY.' port on Friday, will be th iargei- than ZBishop of Qu'Appelle, the Rev. J. and other dignitaries an en route to the Pan-Anglican Congress in London Lambeth conference. The Herald had a pleasant cal from Mr. Humphries of Delhi, N.Y. ho has been making a short visi with, his brother, A. E. Humphries his way from spending tore months with his mother and brother nn Mr. Humphries has at the foot of the Catskills iin New .York .state, for thirty years. is am ardent Republican and a warm admirer. of Governor Hughes, -with whom he enjoys a personal ac- quaintance. t The .governor used to teach school at his home town and studied law there. for a year. Mr. Humphries leaves for the East to- -night. j THURSDAY D. E. Hunter .has gone to. Dayton, on.a'trip for-a couple of weeks Ralph- Wickharn has arrived from .'Harford, England, where he has been visiting. Mrs. A. M. Ritchie has -returned a year's visit to her home in .England. Fred Hick and family left yester- to spend some weeks at Belle- ville, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Magrath and family have returned from Ottawa The 0. W. Iverr Co. car of landseek -ers went to Milk River on this mor- .ning's train. A. Hoy leaves tonight for Spokane to resume his duties as conductor on Northern Pacific Railroad. The brewery will finish malting this The company have njaltod up- wards of 400 tons of Parley since last -fall. are talking of holding a .public meet- ing before the voting on on June 8th. It is argued that the rate- payers of that part of the city should vote together either for or against the by-laws. Those opposed say they have no objection to the money be- ing spent as the by-laws propose but that five or ten thousand more should have been added for sidewalks and water service in the North Ward. Constable Gillespie had some fun with the fake priests last night. Af- ter a diligent search he finally found them at the C. P. E. station and with considerable persuasion of various sorts got them over to the Mounted Police Barracks to interview Wilson. Owing to the fact that-they had been by a citizen-of "the- t.hpro 1T> the> jy which they could be dealt with. They .were otdered out of town and were last seen early this Ea OUA.I., VA T> __ il and L. B. Duncan have formed a part- nership known as the New Dayton SU D D E D EATH S Life is uncertain, and sudden deaths frequently occtir. Make your will and appoint this Company your executor, as it is a specialist in all tha duties pertaining to office. You will thus have an experienced executor, as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetutkiwin Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. _ A. Gr. EOSS, Manager. Mr. and 30rs. E. J. Hill. J. H. JMcKinnon of Dulutb. has decid ed to become one of our citizens-after a visit to the city a month ago. ED; a residence on Bompn.s to the city last St. and returned night. There was a ploughing bee at Jas. Sandham's homestead north of the city yesterday. Sir. Sandham, it will be remembered met with an accident several years ago and is still incap- acitated. Several of his neighbors gathered yesterday and ploughed up a lot of land. Those who displayed Sam Young, a rancher living a few miles from the city and his son had an exciting time yesterday out at No. 3. They were returning home when they saw a colt belonging to them that "Row's tiie day and ROW'S the hour" to mail across the sea or more oT our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists this way were Bert Turner, Geo. Wood, Stock and Bates, Duncan Nor- man, Milton WTard and L." I. Tuff. Mr. Sandham expressed his heartfelt thanks to his friends for their gener- ous act. SATURDAY F. W. Downer returned from a trip to Maple Creek last night. T. H. Kane died last Thursday morning at the Kane ranch, west of McEwen's postoflke, near Nanton. Donald Gillies, latu of the Edmon- jton Bulletin, has taken on the man- agement of the Pincher Creek Echo. Mrs. P. E. Metherall of Weyburn, Sask., arrived on the Flyer last night to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. A. Hamilton. Mrs. Wrm. Niven and Miss Viva re- H. G, Whitton and wife of Winni- peg, were entertained yesterday at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. G.. A. Stevens of the Bijou. Fred Gow has commenced the er- ection of a modern cottage on the north.east corner of Hedpath and Bartlett Sts. The Misses Publow who have been visiting in the city since Friday night returned to Calgary this morn- ing ou the local. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny ootu. i-Iiig a, geu eral store at New Dayton, a few mile south from Stirling, where a largi number of settlers have been locating this year. A carload of their stock ar rived here this morning. The officers of the Lethbridge Base ball Club met last night to select the team to meet Macleod and Pincher Creek when they play here tomorrow and Thursday evenings. The -team will be as follows: Brandow, c. Clark and Prince, p.; Nicholson, lb. 2b.; Houk, 3b.; Barber or Da- and vies, s.s.; Gallivan, l.f.; Hennuber o turned to Calgary this morning, hav- ing spent a few days in the city vi- siting Mrs. Davies, Bonipas St. At the Supreme Court yesterday Justice Scott dismissed the charge against Davies, but warned th'e ac- I cused not to do such i.hings ,__ more. Sirs. J. T. Ilings, who left the'-city to return to England a few days ago sailed from New York on the Arabic yesterday. Mr. Ilings w.ill follow soon. A car of settler's' effects went family went to Calgary this morning and will in future reside there, Cal- gary being Mr. Kenny's headquarters as Inspector of Customs offices. Mrs. (Rev.) T. B. Beynon of Vir- den, Man., visited her Mrs. G. H. Johnston, .from Friday until last night when she left for her home. Yesterday afternoon the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer J; McCaig, died of pneumonia after be- ing ill only since Saturday after- noon. The child was four months old. Here goes for another egg story. W. T. McCaug-herty who lives eight Pulley, c.f.; Kenny, r.L This is str0ng aggregation and will inaki the visitors go some to win. Lethbridge Markets o. 1 Northern 90 No. 2 Northern 86 No. 3 Northern 80 4 Northern 72 1 Alberta Red........................ 87 3. 2 Alberta. Red..................... 84 No. 3 Alberta Red 77 2 White SO Oats per bus............. 45 miles west of the city has a leghorn iBarley per bus. hen that holds the record for size of eggs up to date. She laid one egg 7J inches in circumference and anoth- er S inches in circumference length- wise and 7 inches the other way. Great Falls Tribune: F. W. Webster has returned from a visit to his cat- tle ranch on Milk River in Alberta, and he reports that range conditions from Great Falls north throughout Montana, and Alberta are as good or _ j better than they wore at this time last year. There has been plenty of rain north of. the line, and stock men are anticipating a prosperous season. The games for the Bennett Trophy, representing the Provincial Associa- tion Football Championship are be- ing arranged. Six club's have cntor- cd, Caledonians, St. Flax per bus. Steers per Cows per ,b lb through from Su.uk Rapids, Minn., Paul's Club of Edmonton, City of to Warner for J. A. Jochem, who is j Strathcona, Bankhead, Young Men's settling at that point. He has Club of Macleod, and tho Lethbridge bought in the general store business Rangers. The Calgary Caledonians, of Thompson Bros. A Rev. A. SI. Gordon of Knox church chnmpions of Canada, and holders of the People's Shield arc debarred. Live per cwt...... Dressed per cwt....... Live.................. per cwt Dressed per cwt....... 12 Dn.iry Ih. Creamery per lb.......... 35 Eggs.................. per doz.......... 25 Potatoes per cwt....... 90 Upland per ton Blue Joint per ton rOcu or frown per lb. The case of John U. couver, against John Bell of Van- M. Oldham, real estate agent of Lethbridge, was tried before Mr.' Justice Scott last evening on the arrival of the 'Calgary local. This action arose out of a sale of land to one Hunter last year. Bell turned the purchaser over to Oldham to complete the sale, on the understanding- that Bell should re- ceive a commission when the deal was through. Hunter wanted terms, and was given them by Oldham, who now claims that the commission is payable when Hunter completes his payments. Bell claims that the com- mission was payable immediately on the sale. The amount in dispute is After hearing the evidence His Lordship, reserved judgment. INVITED TO WINNIPEG June Dr. Eber pastor of the Bathurst street Methodist church, has accepted a call to Grace Church, Winnipeg. It. is understood that Dr. Crummy's salary in connection with the new appoint- ment will amount to per year and parsonage. His stipend at Bath- hurst street is a year and par- sonage. Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove weeds from wheat and flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER all noxious oats, barley, LETHBRIDGE. CO. ALBERTA WANTED Position as lady's companion on ranch. Apply Box E., Herald 27-0 LOST Lost, near Little Bow River, one buckskin pony, branded LS right shoulder and reversed F over Y on. left shoulder. Reward Address J. Silcox, Brooks Station, Alta. 31-4 WANTED TEAMS OR STEAM OUTFIT to break half section or more. Apply W. H. Pawson, Coaldale. ONE HORSES FOR SALE HUNDRED HEAD OF THE WEATHER FOE THE PAST WEEK May 26 49 28 30 June 1 51 73 74. 42 42 34 4.3 44 41 48 HORSES from 900 to 1200 Ibs. Ap- ply to Mrs. John Graham, Little Bow. Alta. Sundial, 31-4 Minard's Liniment Co., have used Limited, your MIN- ARD'S LINIMENT in my family and also in my stables for years and con- sider it the best medicine obtainable. -L WUliS Ui.J t ROCHAV, Proprietor Koxton Pond Hotel and Livery Stables. Dry flint skins Cured hides per lb. per lb. 2J to 3 7 to 7J 3 to 3J Rendered No. 1 No. 2 ALBERTA REALTY Co r w j Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge ;