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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY T_ English, of Grassy Lake, was for trial this morning by ;Supt. iWilson on the charge of taking !Jrom the body of a dead In- uiian. .M. R. -Cooper, C. It; Tatc and R. "W. Wallace returned yesterday from Cra-nbrobk yfaere they were taking part, in, the D..O.K.K...- a Knights of Pythias ceremony." 2Drs. White and Brusells of Jhe Do- minion Veterinary Department who .have been up in Cardston for some came 'to the city last night and to Macteod this morning where 5i.s.y seme ..line in connec- tion with, the work of the depart- jment. A.. E. Easton and wife returned last night from a trip to the Coast. IMr. Boston visited all the principal cities, Victoria, -Vancouver, Seattle, '.and Tacoma and he reports business dull at'these places. Many peo- ple are out of work. FRIDAY. Magistrate Humphries fined a, cou- ple ol drunks a dollar and costs each this morning. The R.X.W.M.P. took Aseroft to Edmonton this morning where ho will work for the country for the- days jn the city. next five years in the penitentiary Delbert and E. J. Mclvenzie, sons of T. S. McKenzie of the 0. W. Kerr spend a few days with J. A. Virtue. Mr. and Sirs. F, T. Da vies and Ht- daughter returned this morning iroin a two-months' trip'to the east. E. K. Lowe, foreman of the llackie Ranch returned to the ranch this morning after spending a couple of Sirs. F. J. Redmond will receive for the first time in her new home, Cutbill street, next Tuesday, March Co., arrived from Minneapolis this 13rd, and afterwards on the first Wed Some names and facing the concrete initials are de- pedestals of the new bridge. Information has been given the Mounted Police and should anything of this kind occur again the -culprits will be run in and severely punished. Last night in" the Baptist Taber- nacle Mrs. Dominion, organ- izer of the W. C. T. TJ. for Alberta 4and' Saskatchewan, addressed a small gathering of .temperance people on temperance work in general. In the course, of her remarks she contradic- ted the press reports of the interview the women suffragists of Strath- cona with the Alberta- Government, which was-orderly and satisfactorily conducted in every way. The chief musical number of the meeting, was a well rendered solo by Miss B. K. Harrison; "Win, Oliver is building ah enclosed lumber yard on. Smith Street, a block soutg of his present yard. He is erecting three hundred, and fifty aeet of shed on three sides of the yard, In. which he will be able to pile an. even million feet of lumber 3Lt is MT. Oliver's intention to keep -his stock all under cover away from -the wind, sun and rain, that_all his lumber will be dry lumber. The-east side of the yard is reserved'for posts lath and shingles, while a lime shed will bo .erected in the centre. chasers of lumber can drive into the yard and load their sheltered wind'which, often1 makes the lumber'a difficult matter. The sheds in the present yard -will be kept for j lumber, THURSDAY. A new Minott, near Tab- will be opened on March-15th, morning. The Primary Departments" of the Public Schools will assemble atr 9 O'clock in the mornings "instead of 9.30. commencing Monday. Geo. W. Green, manager of El- lison Milling returned to Ray- mond last'night after making his re- gular visit to the mills here. The Ellison Milling Co. shipped two cars of the "Swan" brand of flour to Hong Kong today. Also one car of wheat to Moosomin. Yes our %vheat is being sent to 'one of the best d istricts in Saskatchewan. 'Miss Annie Niven represented The Herald at the Masquerade ball on Wednesday night. She was garbed in a gown in which Daily Herald pages were the most conspicuous fea tures. The Macleod Advance says: Mr. Mil ton L. Scott .and wife who have been spending a month In. California, and along the Coast, returned to Macleod on Monday morning and went to their home at Ortbn. A young lady weing another off on the Calgary local this morning took over long in sayinf her adieux and attempted to get off the train after it had started. She got off but -not very gracefully as she fell heavily on the platform and narrowly, escaped a serious accident. Edmonton Bulletin: Malcolm Mac- of Macleod, who has been prevented by his .own and his nesday of each month. Mrs. L. P. Snydcr and family, who have been located here four months, leave oa Friday morning for Torbn- where Mr. Shyder is connected with the Bank of Nova Scotia. Miss Price who has been supplying for Miss McArthur stenographer the Bank of Commerce returned Calgarj- to resume her, position in on the Bank of Commerce staff in that city. The morning topic at Wesley church tomorrow will be Friendship." 'The Value of In the even- wife's illness earlier in tkf from taking his seat arrived in monton yesterday, and took part in discussion on the Compensation Act last night. The C.P.R. intend doing a lot of work on. the track between Leth- bridgc and Coleridge. Roadmaster Oleson will have spent on ballasting tho track to bring it up to standard and will put: in. new ties. Last year new eighty pound steel was laid over the whole line :rorn this city to Dunmore. The terminus at Coleridge is rapidly tie- ing completed. Edmonton Bulletin: Mark; editor of the Frank Frank, was in the city and ap- peared before the municipal commit- The concrete 'buttments for .the C. jR.R.. "bridge, on. the easi hill have completed. E. Bennett and F. S. Roe, home ssteaders, in the north country, re- turned to Alexander, N. JDak., this morning, .The "Calgary. ;Board of; Trade is dis -Bussing-the important matter of the establishment of a hospital for con- sumptives in Western Canada. .W. p. Rogers of the Trites-Wood Michell.-B.C-, a-ccompaniedV by Mrs. Rogers and family arrived in the city last ni'ght. 'Tighem in St. Patrick's Church. The ice on the' river is getting thin 5n spots. Yesterday A. M. Beasley -of the Windsor Hotel, while down around the bridge work, went through the ice. In spate of the re- -cerit" warm weather .he found the wa- cold. Joseph Ascroft, who was found on Tuesday oi incest and kin- charges, was up for sentence "this .morning. Judge Winter gave him five years in the penitentiary. .Real estate is moving somewh.it these days. During the past weeL; one-of the real estate men sold ten tee of the legislature in support of petitioned for. by the municipality of Frank. Permi's- iion to issue .debentures for provide for the establishment Oi a municipal lighting plant is asked. Frank is not an incorporated town, and consequently has., not the power to issue debentures except by spe- cial legislation. Frank has also pe- titioned the establishment at Frank of the Pincher Creek District Court headquarters. Both requests were favorably considered. It is likely that this Spring the C- P. R. will operate a local passenger ing Rev. Mr. Rochester, Lord's Day Alliance, will preach. Sittings' free. always welcome. Miss Tilney; returned last night from a trip to. Toronto, Buffalo, and other eastern cities where she got all the latest stylesv in millinery, which she will._use iii preparing" the spring stock for L. J. McLeay. A. Hopkirk, formerly trainmaster at 'this point has been made district master, mechanic with headquarters at Cranbrook. J. A. .Kennedy, assist- ant trainmastei ol Macleod, has been filling the position. The trainmaster's office has -been transferred to Medi- cine Eat. the change to take place on Monday. The Turnin Furniture Co. report that they have met with splendid re- sults from the great sacrifice sale. Goods priced, and advertised, always bring This is a great money saving oportunity. lake advantage of it before their sale closes tonight. at ten o'clock. 'Everybody will find a welcome at" the Baptist Tabernacle tomorrow at 11 a. m., 3 p. m., and 7.30 p. m. Rev. Wm. Reid .preaches..both fOre- noon and evening and teaches the Bible class in the afternoon. At the evening service .will sing a chorus and' a quartette' party wall sing "There's a Stranger at the Door." The forenoon subject will be "Revival and the evening subject; "Christ's Call to All seats free and unappropriated." MONDAY Humphries and Supt. Joe Oswald and Proctor of Calgary, -district train between Gran brook and Medicine Hat and from Oanbrook to Medicine Hat. These trains'wil Ipasa through Lethbridge in the day time, the westbound about 11 o'clock in the morning, and the eastbound about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Jfo definite announcement has been made of this fact, but The Herald secured its in- formation from a very good source. It is also understood that the Spo- kane flyers will be running again about the first of April. SATURDAY- Wm. Lamb who" has been visiting at Kingston, Ont., and other points returned this morning'. Jos. Oswald was remanded by Ma- gistrate Humphries until three o'- clock this afternoon. The 0. W. Ken- Co. took a dozen land seekers to and Milk Ri- Magistrate Wilson fined costs this morning for his assault on John Tudor last .week. Plans for the building in Nor-th .Ward for the hose reel show a" very creditable structure, eighteen by six teen. It will be erected at once. D. Hi Elton, of Cardston, Presi- dent of the Alberta Press Associa- tion left for Toronto last night to attend the convention of the Domin- ion '.Press Association. One hundred and sixty-four entries were made at the Lethbridge Land Office during February. In the same TUESDAY. Mrs. B. H. VanSpankereu was' tak- en to the hospital this morning, where it is thought an operation for appendicitis will be necessary. The time for receiving tenders on two-room movable school has been extended to Tuesday, March 11, at 5 o'clock. J. C. Brown's warehouse in which he will handle International Harvest- er Co. machinery is being rapidly built. Tae barber shops, c'ommencing March .15, will close every evening, except .Saturday at 7 o'clock. On Saturday nights they will close at 11 o'clock. J- passenger agent for the C.P.R., and R, G. McNeillio, of Winnipeg, chief clerk to general passenger agent C. E. McPherson; were in .the city last night. The immigration authorities intend to deport Alexander Radcliffe when he gets out of the Barracks. He left a wife and five children, including twins a month old, when he left Scotland, last August. He has nev- er sent any money home since com- ing1 here. F. M. Melin, Walker and F. W, Sarvis, members; of the Alberta Live Stock Co., owning acres of. land at Milk are m the city .today and go sbuih to see their holdings in the morning. They are Minnesota men and have great faith in the future of Western Canada. The laud of the company, at least a proportion, be farme-l ;his year. A has been plac- ed in charge- company have put quite a. lot of live' stock on the pro- perty. .One of those events which means so much in human lives was cele- brated-in the Methodist Parsonage on Monday March 2nd, when John- Swanson, Esq., and Hel- en Meeelenahan, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by the Rev. J. M. Harrison, pastor of Wesley Church. Mr. Swanson only came to about eight months ago and although he left the -old land, Swe- den, some thirty-five years ago, and has travelled over much of the ''.Unit- ed States he failed to nnd a congen- ial companion until'he settled on our fertile plains of Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson will make their home A'lbion Ridge. B. C. JUDGES CRITICIZED month last year there were seventy- three. R'. W. Fletcher of Calgary, of the Inland Revenue Department, was in the city on Saturday, getting sup- plies of syrup and tanned salmon to be tested as to its purity. Jas. Coggins, of Lacombe, passed through the city today with his fam- ily which he is bringing from Helena, Mont. Rev. J. M. Rochester, associate secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, who preached in the city twice yes- terday, went to Taber last night. A sneak thief wormed his way in- to the J. Brown Co. Ltd. store last night and rifled the till of two dol- lars. The Greek Catholic Church recent- ly purchased by the -Methodist Church has been moved to its new site on Westminster Road. Rev. A. M. Lytle, at present at- tending Wesley College, Winnipeg, has been appointed to take charge of this fte Methodist work, in Xorth Ward The Gun Club are to Coaldalc when college closes, irailding sites and a house. Buyers after lots upon which to build. J. T. English, charged with robbing Indian's body, was released this morning, bail having been given by He.s.srs: A. L. Foster and D'avid King. He comes up for trial in the' District Court next week. The secretary of the Board of Trad has received a froin :J. E. Proctor, C. P. R. district pas- senger agent, regarding the complaint of the Board on account of alleged, against" Lethbri-ige settlers' rates. He says that "Set- tlers' rates are quoted 'to" and from the same as otlu-r places. their ball after Lent. on the first Friday Two carloads of settlers live stock came in for Warner and Milk river yesterday. The movement of settlers stock and effects continue quite act- ive. A carload of thoroughbred horses arrived in the city 'this morning from Spok-i-ne for Evans McCullvan, of Magrath. The car contained four thoroughbred stallions. Mrs. Jar vis of tho Mackie has been spending some days in the city and returned this morning. Wm. Virtue and little daughter went to ilaclcod this morning to iaw's The Greatest Cleaner of the Bay 25c a Box J. T. Johnston Prescription Drwrgist thp ten" fcSIU iEUUI to mail your, cousins across the sea one or more of our many "suitable articles for rnailrng to distant friends I such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVOKY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED auiily and Dispensing Chemists W. H. Irwin, of Gardston, recently appointed iclerk of the District Court arrives in the city on Saturday to assume the duties of his office. A Chinaman fell into the river on Friday. The bridge gang looked on but made the Celestial get out with- out any help. The Niinton News says: M. 11. Complin returned Tuesday from On- tario, w here he spent the winter, most of the time at London, his for- mer home1. Although there has been no official statement as Herald is in a position to announce that the Alberta government has selected the Presby- terian church site for the new court house. This morning, apparently with no cause for so doing, a team ot horses standing in front of. the Irrigation Hall made a bolt. They made straight for Goodman's store but turned aside in the ditch where one of them fell down. They 'were finally stopped with no harm clone except an irrigation gate they demolished. Meanwhile the ownei of the team was in blissful ignorance of the occurrence. For Remarks About NataJ Act- Lively Discussion Sri ifie Legislature Victoria Feb. of live- liest scenes on record in ,the House followed the reading of trfe decision of. Judge CleUlsnt on the Natal Act, saying :that: it -tfa? a hopeless appeal, and a mistake to feiv'e attempted to enforce it, and that- appeal sug- gested a doubt where no ckrabt exist- ed, and particularly on a matiet that was apt to inflame the Japs. Jti-dge Clement added that as parliament iad constitutionally expressed the -will of the .'Canadian people upon the matter, the Natal act smacks strongly of dis- loyalty. Justice Irving had said there was no hurry, as only a few politi- cians were interested. The House discussed __both state- ments. The premier and the attor- ney general declared it was highly improper for the judges to impute such motives to members of the legis- lature. The attorney-general declared Judge Irving's remark was a reflect- ionon the whole House, which 'had unanimously passed the act. After referring to a number of complaints against the judges, Attorney-General Bowser aded that it was his duty to protect the judiciary, but the actions of some of the judges was making the FREE SCHOOL BOOKS (Canadian Courier.) Premier Rutherford announces that the. pupils of the public schools of Alberta are to be provided with free readers. Saskatchewan, is to follow the same line as Alberta and Mani- toba. In the older part of Canada no province has got" so -far as this, though 'several larger'cities have uo- dertaken the task of free text books in public schools. The west has per- haps greater need for such a system because its new struggling settlers bear a larger proportion to the whole population Nevertheless there are-higher reason in the minds of who are behind this movement in tho west. Chief among these reasons is that of economy. When school readers are sold by the publisher to the wiiGujSuier, by the -wii.OittSM.io? to tiie retailer and by the retailor to the parent, the cost 01 a set of readers will run from to On- tario just now is getting a cheaper set but these are ah out-of-date job lot which would otherwise have gone to the junk-shop. By purchas- ing direct from the publisher a pro- vincial government should be able to save at least one-half of this amount say 50 to 75 cents per family annu- ally. For families this means an annual saving of at least fifty thousand dollars. There are other reasons. The new- comer to wait for a. book. The poor child has an. equal chance with its more fortunate neighbor. In- vidual comparisons are eliminated and self respect preserved. The scho lars are better equipped, the teacher is master of the situation and school progress .is accelerated. Tha reasons are so important and convincing that it is a matter of surprise 'that the provinces of older Canada have not long ago adopted reader system for public schools. The subject is being ser- iously considered in both Ontario and Brunswick and the reform may come in these two within the two years. If it does. Nova Scotia and Quebec must fall in line. In the United States the free text book system -is being carried even beyond the public, schools. Of course, there are reasons again- st "such. a system. Some people pre- childreu only fer to. have their new books, lest they contract dis- ease from a volume which has been used by another. Experience has proven -that -this danger is practical- ly iioYi-existent. Again, some people prefer that their. children should" and preserve thfir school readers for sentimental reasons. But these and other objections can easily be met by-allowing a parent who so desires to purchase the books wllidi ,Ws chil- dren are -to use. The reasons in t'af or of the system vastly outweigh the few stodv obiections. THE STORE OF QUALITY: SEEDS! SEEDS! 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 Eraser PHONE il LETHBRIDGE O. W. KERR CO. bavfc optned officee )0 the v Oliver Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market We hare a if w choice eectioiw in Warner district, T. S. McKENZlE, Local Manager. Croup positively checked in 20 minutes. Dr. Shoop's 20 minute Croupe Remedy acts like Magic. No vomiting, nothing harsh. A simple, safe, syrup. pleasantj 50c. At dependable croup "Dealers course exceedingly difficut. should confine themselves to their constitutional duties, and not offer gratutious remarks of a political inge. In his view, Judge Clement exceed- ed his duties when he atributed such motives to the elected representa- tives of the people, and the sooner -the bench understands that the legisla- ture is of a higher authority than the courts, the greater respect Hhe people wil lhave for them ancl their judg- ments. The, Socialists went further, and proposed a resolution to be introduc- condemning the tend- ency of the judiciary to use their po- ;itions of. influence in an attempt to Bolster up the. fortunes of any poli- ical party. A lively clash followed, the Leberals riders.; declaring that the -whole cene was a concocted farce between 1- and the Socialist "That is a deliberate a-i'-iti d the latter. Although request- ed by the Speaker to withdraw the r-'nanv, .he refused until the Liberal leader would withdraw his. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS HATCH Lthiridge Distrlcl The choicest tefc in parts COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge TACKS BOY'S TONGUE TO CHAIR Assistant Matron in Ohio Home Ad- mits Great Brutality Canal Dover, 0., Feb. order wj Sccurs a coniession of the theft oi a pencil from Sampson Fowler, 7 years old, Assistant Matron Clara Sterling of- the County Children's home, confessed to nave driven a tack through the end of the boy's tongue. The case was reported- to Humane Officer Jackson by R. W. Chapman, !in: employee at the home, and the former caused the arrest of the wo- man on the charge of cruelty. She was taken before Mayor Defen- bacher of New Philadelphia, and af- TO BE BURIED JN WINNIPEG Ottawa, March remains of Judge Killiam were removed this af- ternoon from Puuisell House to private car which proceeded to Winnipeg accompanied by Mrs. Kil- liam and the late chairman's private secretary. Mr. Richardson. Among those who followed the re- nmins to the station were Sir Wil- frid Laurier, Chief Justice Fltrpat- ricfc and Court Judges' ancl staff of the railway commission; Hon. Parent and Robert Reid; the transcontinental railway commission and many others. The C. P. R. represented by Charles Drinkwater and-. A. R. Crcclar.an and the G. T. P.: by R. S. Logun, ter' confessing was: punished with a light fine. The matter has been brought to the attention of the board of directors of the institution and the girl probably will be dismissed. In her confession, Miss Sterling, who is only 24 years old, declared the child had stolen a pencil and re- fused to admit that he was'guilty or show any remorse for the act. The woman, agenred. at his stubbornness, forced the boy to place his tongue on the back of a chair, and then, with the. aid of a hammer, she drove the tack completely through his tongue and into the wood of the chair. This brutality, she admitted, committed on Saturday and was kept secret until today, when it was notic- ed by other attendants at the house that the boy could not eat because ol the" condition of his tongue. When the disclosure of this mis- treatment of the patients at the in- stitution the board of. directors de- cided to make a thorough investiga- tion of the other charges which have been made from time-to time.against the teachers and nurses, it being claimed that others of the children were beaten horribly by the instruc- tors in their efforts at maintaining discipline. There arc about 100 children at the from Tuscarawa, Muskingumj Coshoc- ton and Carroll counties. The boy was sent to the home from Uhrichs- ville. Hortense Nugent, the head of the in- stitution now touring California. Pain can be quickly stopped. A 25 cent box of Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets will kill any everywhere in 20 minutes Besiidcs they are thoroughly safe. Painful periods with women, neuralgia, quickly cease after one tablet. At All Dealers Now is the Time to make your Will when you are in poi- session of all your faculties A Trust Company is the most competent executor under a Will, giving continuous service which is impossible with an individual executor. Make a will and appoint this Company your executor. Write for little booklets about wills free on application. THE TRUSTS AND fiUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Eeserve, Public Administrator ior Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetatkiwin Judicial Districts Advisory, Board for Alberta D. W. Marah, Esq. P. Turner Bone, William Pearce. Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 86 No. 2 Northern SI No. 3 Northern........................... 73 No. 4 Northern 59 No. 5 Northern........................... 42 No. 1 Alberta Red..................... 84 No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta Red 71 No. 4 Alberta Red .....1............... 51 5 Alberta Red ............40 1 White 76 2 White 70 3 White 62 No. No. No. No. No. 1 Rejected y. 55 No. 2 Rejected 50 Oats per cwt 1-20 Barley per cwt- 82 Flax per bus. SO Dressed Turkeys per Ib 20 Ducks per lb. Geese .........per lb. Chickens ..'.............per lb. Cattle on the Steers per lb. Cows per lb..... Live per cwt. Dressed...........'. per cwt. Sheep: Liva per cwt. Dressed per cwt. Butter: per lb. reanicry pc-r lb. per doz IS IS 12-J- -3 THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear 10 -2 Pricce Albert, cloudy 14 Regina, cloudy..................16 -2 Winnipeg-, snowing, IS 10 Calgary, fair...... 12 -10 Minnedosa, snowing- 20 6 Port Arthur, clear 28 -5 Lethbridge, cloudy............ 15 -2 Bulletin From Central Office Light snow falls have occurred irv nearly all districts of the prairie pro vinces. It has been quite cold in northern Alberta and parts of Sas- katchewan where temperatures have bceti several degrees below zero.' In. other parts the weather has been mo- derately cold. cold weather ancl light local snow falls. WEATHER OF THE PAST WEEK February" 25 26 27 28 29 March 2 61 50 46 58 29 -16 13 6 3 -3 SSJ Potatoes Turnips Sll per cwt. p.cr lb- 90 3 H- Onions ............per lb. Parsnips Carrots per lb, Upland............... per ton......... Blue .Juini............ per ton SiiJ I ALBERTA REALTY Co ACRES Choice, smooth prairie, wild or improved, close to railroad 320 Acres ancl up, good, level land, 7 miles from sta- tion, per acre. Easy terms w I ;