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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY John Taylor, of Girvin. Sask., has 1 taken a position with the Hick and Hardware Co. John Brown, a well known charac- [ter was fined a dollar and costs by [Magistrate Humphries for imbibing [too freely. Dr. O. D. Weeks of Cardston start- led for his home yesterday with but to when he will get I faint ideas as fthere. M.P.P left last 1 night Hat. He is. hold- ling a series of meetings south and f-east of the Hat. Quarantine on the home of A. L- [poster was lifted today, the little ocher daughter of the house having recov- ered from scarletina. The Dominion building is being ov- erhauled and changed. The whole of brook and has- much improved in health. Monday night there occurred what looks liko an attempt at burglarizing the A. Macdonald Co. store. About 1.30 a. m. as Constable Cribb was making his .rounds with extra pre- caution, as the electric lights were out, he noticed that there was a pack ing case stacked up against the back window of the store which was brok- en. Sergt. Egan and Gus Neidig were nearby at the time. Gus went for Mr. Simpson, manager of the store. He with'Egan and Cribb' went into the store and examined the pre- mises but found nothing missiiig. A sack of flour, under the window show-' ed footprints and an old 'FRir-AY Miss M. Baynton, of St. Mary's, containing a. hobo to outfit consisting of a small piece of looking glass, some bachelor buttons were found, could THURSDAY the upper storey will be devoted the land offices and the lower to the customs. J. Rochon is installing a large mo- tor to furnish the power for making ice cream. This-power will run the largest freezer made. Mr. Rochon says he can now day. Edras J. Gardiner was Monday ar- raigned before Judge Winter on the of defacing brands and steal- ing cattle. He was given time to secure legal advice as to which court lie would be tried by. Miss Martin, teacher of the Lon- don (Eng.) County Council School, was a visitor at the city school yes- terday. Miss Martin is .taking a va- -cation in Canada visiting the schools and is greatly pleased with the school .system the schools and the teachers. ,R. formerly of Hamil- Ont., has purchased the under- taking business of B. C. Moore and >-ill add a fine funeral car and other rigs.to the present equipment. As .soon as a suitable location has been purchased one of the finest undertak- ing parlors in the West will be .erect- ed and a white funeral car will then be added which will give Lethbridge equipped parlors in Gordon Wilson, the newly elected Conservative M.P.P. for North Went- worth, is a brother of Superintendent Wilson of the R.N.W.M.P. Thos Allerdice brother of Wm, Al- lerdice arrived on this morning's train from .Manchester, Eng. Mr. Al- lerdice will reside in the city.' Rev. G. W. Sicafoose, of Spokane, preached on Sunday last at the Huntsville School. Mr. Sicafoose is the father of Mrs. W. W. Pierson of Iron Springs. A. Forster, manager of the Medi- cine Hat planing mill, and. Miss G. Kennedy were married at the 'Hat last night and came up to the city this morning where they are spending their honeymoon. Mrs. J. M. McCracken and her four children came in on this morning's train from Ireland to join her hus- band here. Mr. McCracken is manag- er, of the department of the Hudson's Bay Co. A. Easton is preparing to build a 25 x 55 brick worshop at the rear of his shop. The plans are to later build a two storey block-on the pro- perty, the "workshop being construct- ed so that'it will carry another sto- rey. Ont., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. McKenzie, Bompas St. Miss Maggie Guest, who has been spending a low months in the city, returned last night to her home in Manitoba. This morning in the police court, H. C. Menge of Taber was fined and costs for soliciting real estate in the city without a license. Gordon, Ironsides and Fares of Win- nipeg this morning shipped eighteen carloads of cattle to Winnipeg. The shipment included three huuiirt-u, anu six head wore bought from the Knight Sugar Co. G. L. Fraser of Coleman, mine su- perintendent for the International Coal Coke Company, is in the city in connection with the Royal Collier- ies mines, north of the city. W. C. -Simmons, M.P-P-, came from yesterday morning and rove out 'to Josephsburg district .ere he holds meetings. He was ac- ompanied by Hon. W. T. Finlay, ames Rae and James dicine Hat .News. Thos. Cave and Blain Tremble of Vesthope, N. D-, were fn the city yes ,erday and went to Banff this morn- ng- Dominion Exhibition CALGARY, ALBERTA June 29th to July 9th, 1908 in Prizes expended in Busings Improvements in Purses A m 'j StrobePs Air -Ship, The lovelies Great Trained Animal Show, and other high-class attractions 91st Highlander's Band Iowa State Band _ Rough Hiding by real Cow .boys Indian, Souaw and Travois Races Reduced 'Fares from all points in Canada, lour opportunity to see the last great West Write for descriptive pamphlet to E. L. RICHAKDSON, Manager THE STORE OF QUALITY. SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what want earlY and ___-. UU11 L UC u o'f the best the country. Archie A. 'McDonald of Glencoe, In- verness, Cape Breton, writes enquir- ing .as to the whereabouts of John A. McDonald, a blacksmith, who left Cape Breton in 1890, and'after, work ing two. years in New Glasgow, -came west, was last heard from in 1S95. He is about thirty-eight years age. John Thompson of Maple Creek, tSask., was caught emerging from a freight car yesterday morning. He put up a tale of. working for Cazier Bros., having a wife and six children and was allowed to go by Mag- ;rnoon he was found lying in a lane drunk ;and hauled up again. This was too for him "O mister, twice in one -day too much. Let me go." He was left over until this morning and as- Messed and costs or fourteen days. P: English, and S. A. Trew of Pet- Ontario, have been, in the city tor several'weeks and intend -to go north in a few days to locate .on some land they purchased in the Bow ville district. Mr. English has also -purchased a lot in the North Ward. He is very much, impressed with Al- berta. He came out from England in 1849 and settled in the township Asphodel in the County of Peter- and later farmed in the town- ship of and the township of Emily, but has been living retired .in Peterboro for four years. Yesterday the death of Mrs. Thomp son, wife of W. J. Thompson of the Milling Co. staff of this city, occurred. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson -came from Orillia, Oht.F something over a year ago on account of Mrs. "Thompson's health. After spending few months in Kamloops, B. C., came to Lethbridge where Mr. Thompson has been working for the Taylor Milling Co. ever since. Mr. 'Thompson accompanied the body last night to Orillia for burial. The body -was embalmed and the funeral con- ducted by R. G. Addison, funeral di- rector, v The Cranbrook Herald says: Friends in Cranbrook who have heard from Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Atcheson have been informed that Mr. Atche- Much credit is due to the. manage- ment of the Lethbridge Iron Works for their assistance in. getting the pumps working last Tuesday. Being expert mechanics '-it did not take them long to right matters after they appeared on the scene. Railway men of the Crow's Nest line- have received word that as a re- sult of the recent meeting of the joint Grievance Committee oi the O. R.C. and B. of RTr. with the C. P R., the conditions for the men have been bettered in- so far that double heading from Maclecd. east and west will be discontinued. George Thompson, an employee o Janse Bros. MacDonnell, contractors today laid camplaint .tha someone had gone to the paymaste and drew his cheque for Th unknown party afterwards forge Thompson's name to endorse the cheque and got the money at th bank. A fellow answering the des cription given by the paymaster an the clerk is supposed to hav left town ,ast night. That the Women's Missionary So ciety of Wesley Church is prosperin was demonstrated at the convehtio helcl at- Medicine Hat last week when they won the banner given to the So- ciety having the greatest increases in membership and givings during the year. Since the They expect to return in a few days and buy some land in this coun ,ry which looks good to hem. T. S. Jackson, timekeeper for the C.P.R. shops has been transferred to the new shops at Crow'-s Nest and s succeeded here by H. of Mon- treal. Inspector Young of Montreal is here getting.Mr. Allan started in iis office. ___ A. Tilley of Stratford, Ont., is in the city awaiting the arrival of his brother-in-law, D. L. Darroch from Calgary. They will make a trip tlirough the country north of bridge viewing some land they have in that district. W. Hinck, alias Langston, one of those creatures who makes his living by the profits of prostitution was yesterday fined fifty dollars and costs or six months in jail on a vagrancy charge. In delivering sentence Magis- trate Humphries gave the fellow a severe roast for being in such a bus- less. A new C. P. R. time-table goes into effect on Sunday, June 14. The only change announced that concerns Lethbridge is that the Calgary loca leaves here at one o'clock in the after noon reaching 'Calgary at 8.30 with a stop at High Kiver for supper. Then is no announcement concerning tb local between Medicine Hat and Cran brook, which was this city a daylight service. The city police and Janse Bros, are having a good deal of trouble and an- noyance by having men sent to the city by an employment agency in gary with the idea that they can .get a job" on the railway grading work that Janse Bros, are doing across the river. They never gave the agency authority to hire men for them and as they land here strapped, thoy are a source of trouble to the police. A second meeting of the Women's Relief Society was held last evening at the home of Mrs. Chirers. The advisability Of starting an employ- SATURDAY D E. Hunter, of Dayton, 0., and 0. C. Hunter of Chicago, 111., arriv- ed from the east last night. The funeral of a Chinaman named Yee Yung took place yesterday. The The new constable has an excellent record and "his appointment will give general satisfaction. At the auction sale of the property of Lawrence N. McEwen, held at noon today, Elias Adams bought the pro- e r. _ deceased was ill only a few days and Perv-> Iy came up from Taber for treatment. Mrs. R. A. Wright leaves tonight 'Or Sarnia, Ont., having received news of the serious illness of her fa- Mrs.. Wright expects to spend thcre ,as her as far as about three months at her home. Mr. Wright will the Hat. Last night Chief Gillespie on re- ceiving word from Chief English of Calgary arrested a .inan named Albert Forsyth, generally known as Rip, on charge of stealing a horse and buggy at Calgary on May 23. Tomorrow's services in the Baptist Church will be 'held at the usual hours, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The Pastor of the, Church-, Rev. Wm. Reid will preach. Evening subject "Buried by fear" Everybody is welcome to services. Hymn books and for all. seats The High River "Times says: Mr. Gilbert, from out east of High River has carried away the honors by pro- ducing the largest hen egg ever oeen in this locality. The egg is perfect in shape and measures x 7 inches and may be seen at the Times office. Mr. Gilbert certainly holds "a vaster egg than has The announcements- are out for the wedding of Ed. Jarvis of the Hud- son's Bay Co. staff and Miss Maud Davis, head dressmaker, with. the. same The be performed at Knbx 'Church next Monday evening. The Clerks' Union will attend. young people are very popular in the city and have the sincere good wishes of. their many friends. The time for the .Calgary local Tias been changed so as to leave here at one o'clock in the .afternoon, return- ing at five minutes past five. The other trains run on the same time- No's 5 and 6 have had their numbers changed to No.'s 21 and 22 respec- tively. Building permits have been taken On Saturday morning Constable of the R.N.W.M.P- went to with a man named Ferrans, from No- 3, to put him in the i.lunatic.. The engine of No. 21, west bound Crow's Nest regular, got off the track again this morning on a bad piece of track at St. Mary's delaying the local and the Flyer still longer. W. B." Rose of the Immigration De- partment Winnipeg, arrived this mor- ning .to take charge of'one Archie Blake whose sentence at the Barracks expired this morning. H-e is to be deported as an undesirable citizen. Yesterday while R. W. Dowd 01 Taber was driving from Lethbridge to that town he dropped from his pocket a large envelope containing se veral thousand dollars' worth of mortgages and other papers. A far- mer driving after nim says' he saw the paper on the road a mile east of Coaldale but paid no attention to it. A rider came along afterward and is the only person known to have pass- ed that way. The envelope could not be found. local society cat Bureau under the auspices of to anyone The papers are 01 no use but Mr: Dowd. although out during the past few days for the V. Cropley, UllS nOilQr katchewan and Alberta they are to be congratulated. The banner was made in the mission schools of Japan and it goes without saying that the material and workmanship is 01" the best. Last evening in his room at the Arlington Hotel, David Barclay met with a slight accident which howe-v- er, might have been worse. John Graham was in the room fixing a -22 rifle that a poor shape, the rifle and in his efforts to dislodge it. it went off, the bullet passing through the muscles under Barclay's right shoulder as he lay on the bed. It is only a flesh wound and Dave says it will not keep him from ap- pearing at the smoker in the Labor Hall on Saturday. 'C. J. Gibbon of Goldbourne Valley, near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is in the city visiting his brother J. friend had returned A shell was lodged conceit ior society has leased a small ranch six B. Gibbon, while on-his way to Scot- miles from the city of Los Angeles land to visit his old home. Accom- panying him is Mr. David Ewart, a retired farmer, now living retired in Melbourne. He is eighty-two years of age and is well known as the old- est Clydesdale breeder in Australia and has the honor of taking from Scotland the best horse that ever crossed the equator. He intends vis- iting his 'home in Scotland, and will to Melbourne by the eastern which there are trees bearing or- anges, lemons, figs, grape vines and black raspberry bushes. Mr. Atchi- has started with two hundred chickens and a cow, has also purchas a horse and buggy for convenience in going back and forth from the city They have a comfortable cottage of four rooms and Mr. Atchison will de- vote the summer to outdoor work. He has gained nearly twenty-five pounds in weight since leaving Cran- the ladies themselves undertaking the sale of tickets, etc. A few mem- bers were admitted and as the socie- tv is undenominational, it was decid- ed to ask any who are interested and willing to help in the work to send word to Mrs. Ingram, the secretary, and they will be notified when the next meeting is to be held. This year will again prove beyond the slightest misgivings that straw- berries can be grown in this district to the best advantage- The outlook for a record crop is very bright. The fruit has formed on the plants and is developing rapidly. This year the Fairfield farm will have a large crop from their young plants. The Dairy Produce Co. have contracted to han- dle these and expect to fill a large lumber of orders which of course w-ill e placed with them. Last year a erry grown on the Whitney farm was so large that it could not be orced into a quart toiiowing v. the society was discussed, but lack dwem A Macdonaid Co., of funds being a hindrance to any further work, it was decided to first ask the Choral Club to repeat their brick store and offices Pub- lic School Board, brick school 000; Paul Audet, frame dwelling S6UU; W. J. vviliiams, concrete block residence on London Road, Reports come to the city of the state of affairs with the railways in Montana, a result of the floods. It is said that the Great Northern rail- way is keeping twenty-five thousand people at different points in the state where they are stuck. There are sev- eral thousand at Cutbank, east of Shelby. a good deal to him. TUESDAY A. L. Foster is in Cardston. The A; R. I. train-for Coutts leaves this afternoon at two o'clock G. W. Heathershaw and wiie o: Magrath are -in the city for the day Prof. H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln the apostle of dry farming will address a meeting in the Fire Hall on Friday, June 19, at 2 p.m. Winter wheat is heading out fin< all over the country. The warm wea ther is bringing the grain along fast H. Macbeth went to Raymond this morning on a business trip. T. B. R. .Henderson of Edmonton chief provincial weed inspector, ar rived in the city last night and wen out to Cardston this morning. The Rangers go to Macieod day to play off the tie game playecl here on Saturday. No doubt the boys wiU be in better playing form and will come off victors. The Macieod Chronicle says: Death claimed another old timer in this dis- trict in the person of Ignatz Wach- ter, on Mondajr afternoon last, at his ranch On the Old Man's river. For many years since the early eighties Mr. Wachter has been a prominent pioneer in this district and his death causes another gap in the ranks of the old old-timers. sappointed. "We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Eraser PHONE 21 LETHBKIDGE THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make Good to the Parduser HITC the Vest of Lands Sell on liberal Terms Hand Make SOM Sales oi Boy in Larfe Tracts at Uw Prices Sell Anything from 160 Acres mi Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat lands IP YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER, WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the EStnbridge District. HATCH COONS, OUver Block, Lethbridge FRIDAY BRING PICTURES HOME When figuring on your holiday don't forget a Kodak. It adds to. your pleasure while away and after your return. Prices Si, 38. and return route. J. js Johnston Prescription Druggist. -QUALITY QUARTERS- "How's the day and ROW'S the hour" to mail youra cousins across the sea many suitable friends one or more of our articles for mailing t such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOK LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALESTDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIR'S. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Clwinitta sealer This without district destroying the fruit. can produce strawberries equal to any in B. C. or any other place. Xo doubt P. V. Collins' prediction will materialize and in a few years the fruit raisins industry will be re- ceiving attention in this locality. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. S095 of the Ancient Order of Foresters, held a special meeting last evening or the purpose of welcoming Bro. Fred G. Butt, High Court tative, into this city again. Bro. Butt has been engaged for the past year in planting new branches of the order, in the different towns and cit- There will be a special choir prac- tice tomorrow evening at 8.30 of the Knox Choir. A full attendance re- quested. The lady who left an umbrella in Wresley Church one day last week can get the same by calling at the Par- sonage. Isaac Hale and candidates for a MacleOd 'council. place today. Jos. Hicks vacancy In the WHY TRUST COMPANIES EXIST When a trust'company is the estate always receives efficient administration this is one ni the reasons why it is necessary-to have trust companies, iney offer and although poising many, other advantagTfover an individual in this position of trust, the com- pensafoon'allowed them is no greater. TBE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto.) __ Capital: Subscribed, Paid Up Reserve, Public Administrator for Calgary, Lethbridge and Wetaikiwin Judicial Official Assignee for Lethbridge and Macieod Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq., William Pearce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, West, Calgary. _A_. G. ROSS. Manager. Macieod Districts. Judicial Districts. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER of the Estate of Nicholus Enderly, late of the North West Quarter of Section 16, Township 16, Range 22, West of the 4th Meri- dian, near Reid Hill Post Office, in the Province of Alberta, deceased: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claim or de- mands against the late Nicholus End- erly who died on or about the 1-st day of March 1908 near Reid Hill in the The election takes j Proving of Alberta, are required on or before the 14th day of July 1908, to Wheat- No. 1 Northern 80 2 Northern 76 3 Northern 70 4 Northern 1 Alberta Red 7.7 2 Alberta Red 74 So- 3 Alberta Red 67 NTo. 2 White 70 Oats ............f- per bus............. 45 Barley Per Dus............. Mr. Allan Kennedy, son nedy, Macieod, has been succes; of Dr Ken send by post prepaid to THE TRUSTS uccestful in AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIM- entitlpd to the degree of M.D. The freinds here will regret to learn sv ITED, at Calgary, in the Province Of Alberta, Administrators of the estate I of the said Nicholus Enderly or to Scotland of Mrs. Gil- deliver to the undersigned solicitor ior ies of the West, successful in this and has been very work. The insur- ance bra.nch which isjbascd upon the percent, reserve basis, as provid- ed by the Dominion Government with power to dssuc, straight, pay life, or term policies, with and cash va- lues, commends itself to the young men, especially, and many are being added to its membership. A class of about twenty-five candidates will be initiated on Tuesday evening next. Mr. Butt is a guest at the Dallas Ho- tel and -will be pleased to meet any old country Forester or any citizen who desires information regarding the society.. of the death in mour, mother or 31. H.. Gilmour, for- merly of the Bank of Commerce here, but now of Cranbrook. Mr, Gil- mour is returning to Scotland. David Ewart of Melbourne, Austra-l lia and C. J. Gibbon of near Melbourne, who have been visit- ing the latter's brother, J. B. Gib- bon, left this morning to resume UiCir trip to visit their old homes in Scot- land. A new blacksmith shop will be op- ened in the city soon. Messrs. Wil- son and Mcsscr will commence the er- ection of. a shop near Adams', lumber yard this week. Both the gentlemen are first class mechanics and will turn out nothing but first class work. They will make a specialty of horse shoeing and all kinds 01 repair work. Some changes in the police force are billed to take place at once. Consta- bles Fitzgerald and Fletcher have re- signed, their resignations taking ef- fect forthwith. Ex-Constable Silliker, who resigned from the force, several months ago will be appointed to one the said Company their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims in writing and a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities if any held by them and such statement shall be verified bj Statutory Declaration of the. claiman or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 14th clay of July, 1903, the said Th Trusts and Guarantee Company, Lim ited, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which it shall then have had notice, and that the said The Trusts and Guar- antee Company, Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Calgary, this 26th day of Flax Steers Cows per ,b.: per 85 4 3 Live per cwt Dressed per cwt. Live Per cwt Dressed'.................. per cwt. Dairy per lb. Creamery per lb. Eggs Per doz- Potatoes Per cw Upland per ton Blue Joint per ton Green or frozen per lb. 12 30 35 25 90 WANTED Position as lady's companion oa ranch. Apply Box E., Herald Office, 27-0 LOST hay horse, weight branded 8 on left shoulder, star on forehead and part of upper lip whiter with a halter on, lost about twe weeks- o, on Northwest quarter of Section 21-12-23. A reward of'i John, Laine, Elinor, Alta. 32-4 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 HORSES FOR SALE ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HORSES from 900 1200 Ibs. Ap- ply to Mrs. John- Graham, Sundial, Little Bow, Alta. 31-4 Dry flint skins per lb. ri hidos per lb. to 3 7 to 7i 3 to Rendered No. 1 No. 2 May, 1908. 31-4 The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, A. G. Ross, Manager. W. C. Simmons, If kitchen floors are painted with boiled linseed oil they are cleaned very easily. LOST On road between Lethbridge and iCoaldale, a large envelope containing valuable papers. R. W. Doud, own- er's "name on papers. Finder will be rewarded by leaving them at the Her- ald Office. 157-1-p LOST 1 Darl; mare branded JF left shoulder, in foal; 1 dark brown mare branded right thigh, in foal: 1 light sorrel mare brand- ed JQ left shoulder. S15 reward return to L. E. Townsend, Stirling 158-4-2 iw 1 I 2 ALBERTA REALTY Co Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge W of the vacancies by Chief Gillespie. Solicitor for the said Company ;