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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK WEDNESDAY K. J. Collings, official court stenog left for Macleod and Frank ,his morning. Miss Berkiushaw, who has been the lest of Miss Dixie Wilson, returns ,o Calgary on the afternoon's train. Mrs. F. L. Hammond is coniing from elson, B. C., on tonight's train to 'isit her purc-uts. Major and 'Mrs. lurnett. Corporal Harper took the man For- tyth, known as Rip to Calgary this .orning. He is wanted for stealing horse and buggy. The first mail fox- many days came a from the south early this moving, 'he Great Falls papers from June 5 15 came all in a bunch, being held [t Coutts. E. Qarmichael of Strathcona ar- ived in the city last night to take he position of night operator at the ip-town office to take the place of operator McGlllvary who goes to Cal fary. Mr. Carmichael is a baseball layer and has already signed with he Railway club. C. B. Bowman, secretary of the >ublic School Board has received rom Senator 'DeVeber a full set of oins from the new Canadian mint to ie used in the laying of the corner- tone of the new Central Tke oins are daintily arranged in eat her case. Vincent, of Spokane, brought a car if horses here for the races. While inloading them a shunting engine truck the car and threw the horses Ii a heap at one end of the car and bveral were hurt. A claim was made the C. "P. R. and while damages !re being adjusted, the railroad is keeping the horses at Whitney's liyery Monday Mrs. W. A. Hamilton Deceived a telegram announcing the lath of her father, Mr. Thomas Mo- at his home, Dunedin, Ontario. Cr. Metheral, who was one of the pi- leers of Western Ontario, has Gal- lays been hale and hearty. Last Christmas all the children joined parents in celebrating their gol- weddmg. Since that time Mr. letheral has been gradually failing SI that the end was not unexpected. funeral takes place today, his ix sons bearing the body to the iThe Manitoba University Matricu- Atioh examination reports show that lisses Edna and Etta Henderson. aughters of Mayor Henderson, have Seen successful again. The former bok high'standing in Part I Matri- ulation with first class honors in Algebra, Geometry artel F-nir- ish Grammar. Miss Etta took her 3art II with equally high standing. The Herald extends congratulations. Siiss Etta will attend university this all, while Miss Edna will spend an- ther year at Havargal College, Win- ipeg. Yesterday afternoon the sad death f Mrs. Charles E. Furman, of Taber, ook place-in this city. Mrs. Furman ad Been ailing for several months laving been in the city for medical reatment. The deceased was only wenty-eight years .of age and leaves i husband and baby boy to mourn ier loss. She was formerly Miss Mary inowden, of Raymond. The funeral held last night from the residence )f Mr. Furman's mother, Round St.; md the body was shipped to Taber interment. P. L. Naismith, general manager of he A. H. I. Co. got back from Milk liver this morning after spending the tiost strenuous week he has had for nany years. He had with him a gang if fifty men and during the week a Teat amount of work was accomplish- d. --They had with them a C.P.R. (team pile-driver and spent three days impairing small bridges and culverts, jetting 'to the Milk River, where the jridge had gone out. During the next ew days they built six hundred feet pile trestle and six hundred feet )f new dump. The river at bigh water fourteen hundred feet wide and 3ne thousand feet of dump that had never been touched b-y the river since fc was built in 1889, was covered and he greater portion washed away. The tiver is still six feet deep and has down but two feet to date. THURSDAY The Epworth League of Wesley Church will hold a strawberry social on the parsonage lawn on Monday evening, June 29th. L. P. Tuff brought into the city his morning a sample of fall wheat >artly in head, measuring 3 feet 8 in- ches. Pincher Creek baseball team will be acre tomorrow night to play the lo- :al team in the Crow's Nest pass League series. Pincher plays in Mac- leod today. Fast ball is being play- led in the Crow League games and the ALL FOR Razor Strop.......SI.00 Shaving Brush......75 Lather Mug........35 AH for while they last game tomorrow will likely be a strong fight. T. J. O'Brien of Raymond was in the city last night. Robt. Ibey of Cardston came in on tho local last evening. Plans are now being prepared for the public school building-at Coal- dale. It will cost The public ball at the Bijou last night was certainly a hummer. Ideal music, ideal floor, together with the beautiful evening went to make up one of the most enjoyable evenings ever spent at the Bijou, about fifty couples being present. We also note the installing of two electric fans which is decidedly a great improve- es. Mr. Stevens is'certainly to be congratulated on the way he carries on his improvements for the benefit of the general public in his place of amusement. Come out and see for yourself the improvement these fans the different entertain- ments held in this hall and decide for yourself. A rousing meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters was held last night when 15 new members -vere in- itiated into the Order, by Bro. F. G. Butt, assisted by Bro. Scruton. The seating capacity of the hall was to- tally inadequate for., the occasion nr.d had to be supplemented with benches. The nomination and election of offic- ers resulted in the reelection of. fi'-.l the eld staff which was by Bro. Butt. Another big buncd-are to be initiated next week, the result oi the work, of Bro. Butt and hearty co- operation of members of the Crdo--. Proceedings were enlivened by sever- al songs and commendatory short speeches. This is the, strongest order in the city and the intention is to bring the membership up to two hun- dred during the present year. To- night a social meeting will be held in the Labor Hall when all A.- 0. jV members are invited to be present. FRIDAY Gus Neidig has provided three ex- its from Oliver Hall and-he can emp- ty the hall of a big crowd in 30 sec- onds. Miss Lucile Eckstorm who has been attending school in Seattle, Wash., returned home for the holidays this morning. Miss Both well. Ont., who has been visiting her sister Mrs. W. L. McKenzie for a couple of weeks left for Vancouver this morning. Twenty-one cars containing 341 head of cattle came in over the A. R. I. line from Raymond yesterday They were for H. A.- MuJlins of Win- nipeg from the Knight Sugar Co., Raymond. Detective Egan leaves tonight on tne jb'iyer to .Jco.u. BapUslg Francheneuve, the horse thief recent- ly recaptured in Washington, to Sto. ney Mountain Penitentiary, from which place the prisoner escaped over two years ago. Mr. Geo. Heathershaw was called away hastily yesterday on receipt of a telegram stating that his mother was dangerously ill. Mrs. Heather- rhaw accompanied him to Lethbridge where he took the train for Des Pioneer. Lieutenant-Governor G. H. V. Bui- yea of Edmonton Arrived in the city last night and this morning went out to THa-incnd Citv with, Sunt-_ Wilson of the R.N.W.M.F. and two parties who are interested with the lieuten- ant-governor in the Black Diamond mine. Macleod Advance: A site for the new school to be erected in the Wal- tondale district has been obtained. We believe the donor is one of the Hollanders located in about the cen- tre of that district. The contract to build the school house has been let to a Macleod contractor and work will be commenced at once. Mr. Austin Mercer has a fine sample of Rye (grass) in his rest- aurant window. It stands a little over four feet and was taken from Mr. Johnson's field. Of course Aus- tin would not exhibit any other kind of rye even though it might possess the requisites of making a man feel four feet up in the Pi- oneer. Jas. Ashcroft returned this morn- ing from a trip to Lacombe and Cal- gary. While at the latter place he took a look over the exhibition grounds, which are fast nearing com- pletion. Mr, Ashcroft says the Sou- thern Alberta exhibit is well worth seeing and states that the exhibit of Clydesdales of J. A. Turner of Cal- gary will be hard to beat. The city has purchased a team for tho Works and Property Committee's work from C. S. Borup. Miss Flossie O'Hagan night for a two holiday trip to Calgary, Edmonton and Banff. "How's the day ant) now's the hour J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY to mail yQUE cousins across the sea one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such aa LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARbS OF LETHBRTDGK AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND E1IBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BUBNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists Chas. Lewis has sold the Queen's Hotel at Calgary to D. Broodhead, of Brandon, Man. C. Matchott has commenced the er- ection of a brick cottage 'on Bartlytt St. next the residence of W. Jordan. t The 0. W. Kerr Co. have a car of land seekers in Warner today. They have a special engine to take the car down. Hiss Owen has joined A. McDonald Co.'s stall during the building sale. This sale is well patronized and is proving a money saver. ..The score at the Gun Club shoot yesterday was: Class A: J. C. Liv- ingston 19, Oliver 18, L. N. Mc- Ewen IT, H. Withers 14; Class B: A. B. Stafford IS E. U. 10. Mrs. B. A. Stringham, who under- went a very delicate operation at the Gait hospital, expects to be ablo to return to her home in Taber on Sun- day morning. A. A. Thacker, of New Lexington, Ohio, was in the city today. lie goes south to Cardston tomorrow with 0. D. Weeks to visit tlw Card- ston district. is greatly taken with what he has seen in this dis- trict. A quiet wedding was solemnized at Church last Monday evening when Job Reid of this city and Miss Lilian Hutton of Medicine Hat were united in wedlock by Rev. A. M. Gor- don. Only a few of the immediate friends were present. The young cou- ple spent their honeymoon at Banff and returned this morning and are receiving the good wishes of their large circle of "friends. They will take up their residence in the city. The Lethbridge Brewing Aifft'.Ur? Co. have given a handsome cup as the championship trophy of the Crow's Xest Pass Baseball League. It is sterling silver, gold lined oa an ebony base, supported on eivher side by smaller silver baseball To the Lethbridge fan they look like .Clark in his familiar pitching atti- tude and Barber ready to knock a three-bagger. The whole cup Ja pro- bably the ianest ever given in South- ern Alberta. It is on exhibit-Ion at the Dallas Hotel. The cup is for annual .competition but the club win- ning it for two years in succession will have permanent ownershio. There was a good crowd at "Wesley Church last night when the Choral Club gave their concert for the bene- fit of the" Lethbridge Relief Society. This programme was thoroughly en- joyed as evidenced by the hearty en- cores given each number. Among the soloists whose numbers were so much appreciated were Mr. Ely, Miss Har- die, -Miss Smith, Mr. Kilner, Mr- Fle- ming, Mr. McQuarrie and others. The ladies feel deeply gratified to Mr.' Cunningham and his Chnra.l ?cr the programme from which the finan- cial 'proceeds were so satisfactory, ston' this morning to meet Commis- SATURDAY F. S treat'of Montreal has taken a position with Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. The Orangemen of Alberta will cel- ebrate this year at Strathcona. Manual training will be introduced into the Edmonton Schools. unions have been insti- tuted at Hosmer and Cranb'rook. R. H. Standerwich formerly of Cal- gary was ordained into the ministry of the Baptist Church at Nanton; Miss Nellie M. Laycock of Ray- mond was in the city last night on her way east for holidays. F. B. Rolfson is the architect for the new school to be erected at Coal dale. Dr. Hugh Watt, of Fort Steele, a well known old 'timer in the Kooten- ays, is going to locate at Kaslo, B. C. Hon. Jos. Martin announces that he will contest Vancouver, for the House of Commons as an independ- ent. Clint McDonald has sold out his business in Cranbrook and is back in Lethbridge again and will likely re- main here. Leonard Green of the Ellison MiU- ing Co., the new catcher of the Rail- way team, met with an accident yes- terday when he fell off a ladder at the mill and broke a rib- A party of Ontario farmers from Huron Cnt., purchased acres of railway land from the C. P. R. east of Gleichen. They are breaking up which they will sow to fall wheat. The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited, as Public Administrator for the Wetaskiwin Judicial District has been appointed Administrator of the estate of the late John Lowe who lived near Evarts, Alta. Stafford Base Ball Club de- feated the North Ward Junior Base Ball Club by a. score of 20 to 15. The winning; team was as follows: J. Oswald c.. G. Seaman p., G. Sweda lb., W. Oswald 2b., J. Spigar 3b., P. Spigar s.s., G. Chumick l.f.. A. Beceda, r.f. Chief Gillespie is today warning the restaurant koepors against selling goods on Sunday that :iro not consumed on the premises. It is alleged that children going to day school spend their collection mo- ney in these places. Tho hrtrsn owner Vincont who claim- ed that his horses were injured while in a crir in the C.P.R. yards at Cal- gary and refused to pay freight on thorn, took them south Thursday. After veterinary inspection it was found that the injuries wore invisible. ITe therefore paid the freight in or- der to got his horses out of the city] Dominion Exhibition CALGARY, ALBERTA June 29th to July 9th, 1908 in Prizes expended m New Buildings Improvements in Purses StrobePa Air Ship, Novellos Great Trained Animal Show, and other high-class attractions 9Ist Highlander's Band Iowa State Band "Rough Kiding by real Cow Boys Indian, Squaw and Travois Races Fares from all points in Canada. Your opportunity to aea the laat great West Write for descriptive pamphlet to E. L. RICHAKDSON, Manager p H. W. Laird, a well known Regiiia wholesaler and Conservative candi- date at the last elections in Saskat- chewan is in the city. He is an old newspaper man and used to publish the Sentinel Star at Cobourg, Ont. Being janitor of the Central School is evidently considered a very desir- able position judging from the num- ber of applicants there were for the position. At a special meeting of the School Board last night, the mem- bers had for their consideration no fewer than seventy-five applications. The selection finally was reduced to two men, and of these George Stafford was the lucky man. He will enter upon his duties on -July 1st. The charges of graft laid by J. B. Rudd of Bellevue against the license commissioners of District 6 have fall- en through. Mrs. Rudd who is the real proprietress of the Northern Ho- tel, Believue, was refused a license because of the lack of population. She had a census taken and declares that there are over the. required mim ber. In the investigation she said that she did not intend Laying a charge of graft but was unable to understand why the license was -not granted unless there was something crooked. The charge was withdrawn with what practically amounted to an. apology to the commissioners. A. C. Kemmis of Pincher Creek repre- sented the Rudds. MONDAY Miss Spriggitt, daughter of Mr. Spriggitt, manager of the 76 ranch at Crane Lake, came in on the Soo Spokane and was taken to the hos- pital on Tuesday suffering from ap- pendicitis. She is under the care of Dr. Creek Signal. .R.N.W.M.P. Commissioner Perry and Inspector Burnett of Regina re- turned from Cardston Saturday night and left for Maple Creek this morn- ing. They purchased seven horses at Cardston. A. J. McLean was summoned to Delhi, Minnesota; last week through the death 'of his father. The late Mr. McLean was a native of Aidboro Elgin County, Ont., and.had been liv- ing with a married daughter at Delhi. There is a gentleman living near Macleod whose name the Herald was unable to learn who has been farming there for 25 years. He freighted the first binder ever used in tins country from Winnipeg. He set it up on his farm at a cost of SSOO. In the twen ty-five years he has had good crops every year but one and -that was by no means a failure. The gasoline -hoisting engine at the C.P.R. coal chute broke 'down this morning. The loader refused to load the tenders for the same price by hand as he got for doing it with the hoist and hence the engines are not being loaded. If terms are not arranged, the C.P.R. will load with section hands until the break is re- paired. There was a great scurrying around among the Chinese restaurant keep- ers yesterday. On Saturday Chief Gillespie had them all warned ag- ainst selling stuff on Sunday that was not consumed on the premises. Yesterday Constable Kroning saw a kid coming out of one of the places with a package of candy which he acknowledged buying in that place. The constable took the boy to the' station to swear his information. The Chief hustled up the street and saw I his Chinkship hiking up the street at a rate of one hundred yards in nine seconds to tell the other fellows. In a few minutes, one could not a match in a Chinese place. They were closed, tight. H. W. Laird and C. S. Stokes, de- legates to the Boards of Trade con- vention at Medicine Hat were am- ongst the several Regina Visitors to the city on Saturday. They spoke enthusiastically of the prospects of the city and district, and although Lethbridge lacks much of the city ap- pearance boasted of by Regina, they were unanimous in predicting a great future for this city. Mr, Laird is i head of the large wholesale house' which bears his name, having a j branch in Calgary, and doing tho largest business in safes, etc., in the two Hu is ii; tho city In connection with his interests in the Roynl Collieries, an'' intends visiting Lethbridge frequently in the Mr, Laird went on sit on the flyer On Sunday morning while Mr. Stokes re- mains in the city a days In con- nection with some large business deals. TUESDAY Mrs. G. L. Vrooman leaves tonight for Ontario where she will spend most of the summer. Mrs. Fitzmaurice oi Milk River, who has been spending a few days in the city returned this morning. The Iron Works are excavating for the foundation for the big steel ham- mer they are installing. The hammer weighs about eighty-five hundred pounds. The new fire hall will not be built by day labor but by contract. Day labor will only be employed in tear- ing down the walls of the present structure. Jennie Brannan of LetiCbridge un- derwent an operation for appendicitis a few weeks ago under Drs. Mewburn and and is doing well. Building permits have been issued as follows: J. C. Brown, dwelling, Argyle Ave., B. M. Jones, addition to dwelling on Dufierin St., Constable "Chuck" Wray has been transferred to Coutts and left for that point this morning. His removal is a serious loss to the Y. M. C. base- ball club for whom he played first base. In. Messrs. Hatch and Coon's win- dow is a sample of illuminated work in Fourteenth Century Italian style of script., the work of W. Brooks, oi the city. The effect is very artistic and Mr. Brooks' exhibition will be a surprise to the citizens. Take a look at it. Last night August "Jacob, a home- steader living sixty miles north of st a. accen. He had purchased a team of young horses which he intended taking home today and in caring far them one of them crowded him against the stall with sufficient force to dislocate his wrist. He was plucky enough, al- though suffering a great deal to walk down, town where Dr. Tuller attended to the wrist, NOTICE TO r HOMESTEADERS Applications will be received en iiid 2.fter MONDAY, June 29, to Homestead the avail- able even Sections of the East Half, Township S, Range 12 W. 4th M. J.W.STAFFORD Agent Dominion Lands THE STORE OF QUALITY. SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early-.and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson Fraser PHONE 21 SOUTHARD BLOCK Make Good to the Purchaser Have the best of Lands Sell on Liberal Terms Rooms II and 12 Make Some Sales on Crop Payment Bay in Large Tracts at Low Prices Sell Anything from 160 Acres op Lands around Warner, Milk Kiver, Stirling, Kaymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and JSTanton Tiers for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands IF YOU "WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lettibridge m T 1 A VT.TT. fv su Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will 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.) Subscribed, Paid Up and Reserve, Public Administrator for Calgary, Macleod Uethbridge and Wetaskiwin Judicial Districts. Official Assignee for Lethbridge and Macleod Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq., Wffliiffl Pearce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER of the Estate of Nicholus Enderly, late of the North West Quarier of Section 16, Tovrnship 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 1st day of March 190S near Reid Hill in the Province of Alberta, are required' on or before the 14th day of July 1908, to send by post prepaid to THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIM- ITED, at Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, Administrators of the estate of the said Nicholus Enderly or to deliver to the undersigned solicitor for thft 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 by Statutory Declaration of the claimant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 14th day of July, 1908, the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Lim- ited, will proceed to distribute tho assets of the said deceased amongst j 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 it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Calgary, this 26th of May, 1908. 31-4 The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, A. G. Ross, Manager. W. C. Simmons, Solicitor for the said Company. Lethbridge Markets Wheat- No. 1 Northern 80 No. 2 Northern......................... No. 3 Northern 70 No. 4: Northern 62 No., 1 Alberta Red 7.7 No. 2 Alberta Red 74 No. 3 Alberta Red 67 No. 2 White 70 Oats per bus............. 45 Barley per bus............. 50 Flax per bus............. SO Cattle on the Steers per ,b....... 4 Cows per lb.......... 3 Live per cwt Dressed per cwt....... Foul per lb............. 16 Live per cwt Dressed per cwt....... 12 Dairy per lb....... 20 Creamery............... per lb....... 27 Eggs per doz.......... 30 Potatoes ...............per cwt....... 1.00 Upland per ton Blue Joint per ton Green per lb. 3 to 3i Dry flint skins per lb. to 8 Cured hides per lb. to 4 Rendered No. 1 Si No. 2 2i LOST bay horse, weight branded 8 on left shoulder, star on forehead and part of upper lip white, with a halter on, lost about twe ago, on Northwest quarter of Section 21-12-23. A reward of 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. Siicox, Brooks Station, Alta. 31-4 HORSES FOR SALE ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HORSES from 900 to 1200 Ibs. Ap- ply to Mrs. John Graham, Sundial, Little Bow, Alta. 31-4 STRAYED One bay roan mare, 8 years.old, branded heavy with foal, also one sorrel yearling, small rope round neck. Both gentle and quiet. reward for information leading to recovery to Lee Wilson, Elinor P.O. LOST I 1 Dark brown mare branded JP left shoulder, in foal; Idark brown mare branded right thigh, in foal: 1 light sorrel mare brand- ed left shoulder, reward return to L. E. Townsend, Stirling 15S-4-2 WH ALBERTA REALTY Co i T7! C! 1 well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridcro j ;