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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNEIDAY t TF. H. Malcom has resigned as man of the Western Canneries ut Me- dicine Hat. R. S. of -the Bank Mootrwul at Mugrath, returned to the Garden City this morning. .J. W, McNicolfMeft this morning 10 make his monthly round of the -LCnterpriso' Lumber Co.'a brunches. H. O'Connor of Burdettc, merch- ant-, postmaster, etc., was m he city yesterday on a business trip. Arthur llarnsley, returned this from -tea weeks' trip to home in Southport, Lancashire, W. J. Nelson left, last night for a .month's trip to the East to visit old home, Fergus. Ont., and oth- er .Ontario points. Peter Rowland got obstreperous in the post office yesterday using a cur- conviction under Liquor Ordinance ww set down for the ilia, and spoons are being sold at Wrights and that of Geo. Houk 'CoA sale, for the regular of the Dis- trict Court on the 23rd. 'C. Barrett returned this morn- ing to 'Bckman, N. He is not leaving the "barren frost blighted prairies of Canada" of which the American papers talk because he is disgusted with the coubtry. He- is going to spend a few weeks with his family and friends to tell them of the "glories of this sunny Alberta, lie says that he has lived forty-four years in Dakota and Minnesota before coming to Lethbridge, and after spending his first winter here, he says he never saw a more .delightful climate or a finer country. He owns two sections of land a few miles north of the city and a finer lay-out he would not wish to see. Sunny Southern Alberta is the best he has seen yet and he is here to stay. FRIDAY. Three cars of settlers effects came rent of language such as is not used in thig mOrtliDS for Spring Coulee. in sermons and prayers. The Magis- trate cooled him off to the extent of "dollars and costs. ev. j. M. Harrison, of Wesley Church went to Culgary this morn- ing to- a-ttenci tbc convention of the j Temperance and Moral Reform j L- of Alberta being held in that city tonight and tomorrow. Artie O'Dea, captain of the Leth- professional ball team last has been signed as playing [manager of the Brandon, Man., teum I-wHich has got a place in -the reorgan League. lie has gone in search" of players. The High Ttiver Times says: B. E. and daughter left Satur- ii-! W. A. Gordon and wife of Medicine Hat arrived in the city last night to take up their residence here. C. I. Wyman passed through the city on her way from Westhope, N. D., to her "home in Magrath. Hatch coons nave a paxty of eight land seekers looking over the country today. A gentleman who has just returned from the east s'ays that the snowfall so far this winter in Montreal reach- Over worth of knives, forks. C. T. Mawden jr., and. J. H. Pill- ing of Cardston were in the city yes- terduy, Mrs. Geo. Rogers and 'Miss Dora cs foet. .day tor Winnipeg and Galesburg, 1> j of Montreal office Jinois, where they will visit friends. month-s hoiidays Thompson will be absent about Montreal. .'month and during that time will T Ido his duty in furthering the inter- Mrs. W. W. Xeclands, who has-been visiting her home at Ottawa for tb.e past six weeks is expected back to- night. J. I returned last night 'from a short vi- sit to Victoria, B. C. Miss Ida Green returned last night from a fure mouths' visit to Kalispel, Mbnt. Judge Winter returned to Calgary this morning to spend the week end at home. He returns Monday. J. E. '.Ardell -leaves tonight for the Okanogun Valley to dispose of r fruit farm he has there. He will be away about ten days. Mrs. Frank Colpman, and two chil- dren and Miss L. Colpman returned last night after a six months' visit to the Coast. Hev. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Church left this morning for Macleod where he will preach special- anniver- sary sermons tomorrow. Serpt, Egan of the R.N.W.M.P. force went to Red Deer this morning to evidence on a cattle-stealing case, on Monday. The Church of Christ will meet to break" 'bread on Sunday morning "at 11 a. m. in thp Union Hall. All made welcome. Pickart's Hand Painted China go- ing at 25 percent. off at Wright's stock taking sale... Jn the absence of the pastor, the services at -Wesley Church will taken tomorrow by S. S. Peat in the morning and O. D. Austin in the evening. quantities of spirituous beverages- As the bottles were emptied they Starnes, teller in 'the Bank icra leaves for a at his home in S, McKenzie and' three children came to 'the city from Min- lests of Southern Alberta. The very iast night, to join her hus- winter and the excellent j ajice of winter wheat at the present I juncture and the sleek, well-fed eon- Ixlition. of rajige cattle are themes fthat he can dwell upon. Another local was added, lost night I to the already long list of unions in J Lethbridge. A meeting of the paint- etc., was held in the Arlington Hotel, for the purpose of organizing. Thos." S. Dis- trict Organizer, for the American Fe- deration of Labor was in the chair, ten members -were obligated into Brotherhood of Painters, Decor- tors, and faperhangers of America, rhc following officers were elected: I "President, -7. Cuilis; Vice-President, W. Pepper; Scc.-Treas., J. Deseran- band here. Mrs. Moliue of High Elver, re- turned home this morning after visit- ing her aunt; Mrs. AVm. Ingram, of Grabb St. The 0. W. Kerr Co..'s .first excur- sion for this season arrived this morning. "A special car of land seek ers made up the party. WEI. Oliver is moving the new ma- chinery for planing mill to the fac- tory. This morning five teams horses 'were used in hauling'; the boil- er from the station. is your time to buy that new- watch. G et it- new. and save twenty- five percent, at Wright's sale. es from 75c. .to. Tne McKeown-Hick Hardware Co. have received the first shipment of the- new Saskalta range to reach the They were "purchased direct from the factory and judging from .the furore the range is causing -in the world it should -prove -one of the most popular stoves an the market. ".A most delightful Stag Party, which Mr. -C. F. P. Conybeare the host, was tbc social event last Monday evening. Bridge was played and the prize winner was Mr. Starnes Owing to the crowded state of our columns a full .account of this en- joyable affair as -well as some other social items are held over until Mon- at was Patton Grier. an interdicted person i day. was found guilty at Leavings of J breaking interdiction and was fined MONDAY coart. 'and costs. This is an unusual the first in Alberta. Miss AVinfield, an expert corsetiere, will give demonstrations of the celc- On Thursday, March 3th. at 20 j brated P. D, French Corsets, at the (Argyll Av.. to Mr. and Mrs. Frank j Ben tley Co.. commencing tomorrow. THURSDAY. I Waddmgton, a.daughter. 'Six cars of settlers effects went'to AVarner today over the south line via i All ladies in vi ted Fred Thompson of 'Gurncy-Filden Go. of Hamilton was hi the city yes- terday. He got orders for a carload of hardware oiid 5ays that- business is the best in Lethbridge of any place in the west. J. Robertson, M.F.F., Xanton, .is -A. candidate for the Senate of the University of Alberta. 'Dr. .Kennedy of Macleod "is the T auinee of the university graduates of Southern Alberta for -the Senate of___ University, of Alberta.- He is an jCO9tumes and scenery. Prices as .us- able man and would make a splendid -and. 10 cents, j representative of this body. He j L_ Dolan. a well known railroad -should receive loyal and undivided j contraot.or. who was roadmaster for j support. jthe C.P.R. at-Frank at the time of Information is wanted of Isaac j-the great slide and who was also su- Extra attractions at the Bijou, to-' 'night and tomorrow night March 6 I and 7, "Monte .Christo. in five acts, great French drama, with grand 'Mr. "and'Mrs. F. D. Miller returned 'to Calgary this morning. Buy your next pair of shoes from. F. German. A, fine large electric sign is being placed "on the Lethbridge Hotel. II. E. Hyde of Pincher .Creek is in the 'city. Station-agent H. F. Yeney. of mond, was in the city OVor Stifiaay. Otto Meier of Michel, B. C., is among the city's visitors today. J. F. Hamilton went toiRayinond this morning-. Mate of Cranbrook, B. C-, formerly of this city, arrived las-t 4o soeud. s, i'fiv? Wm. Sadowski arrived home .last night after spending the past ,two .weeks-.-at Winnipeg. were used: as weapons'by the containers of the liquid refreshment. The result, bruised heads, woun hearts, -aud a case before Supt. Wil- son this afternoon. During the last few days a well- known railroad contractor has .been in the city making this his headquar- ters while figuring on the contract for grading the new main liiie from this city to Macleod. It is under- stood that the making of the road- bed is to start in a very short time and that the outlay for this work will amount-.to about a quarter of a million dollars as there arc several heavy cuts to be made. TUEiDAY. E. J. King Of Granum was an at- rival on yesterday's local. Mr. and Mrs. J. F." Hamilton ,ut Burdette are in the city for the day. D. S. Beach" of Cardsum was in the city over night. "VV. Ji Armstrong, the Nanton horse man is in the city. A. J. McLean the Veil known ranch er, returned from the "East last night Arthur Fletcher, of Magrath, went through this morning with a car of elTects to. Grassy Lake. B. Waugh Jeft for this morning to lake.a position in that city. License Inspector Hdtchkiss came in from Taber last' night and went to Nanton this morning.. C. J. XJote, of Claresholm, proprie- tor of the Wilton Hotel, was in the city yesterday. J. Halstead, of Calgary, C. P. B- assistant general freight agent is in the city today. Miss Joslyn of the Central School staff has resigned her position owing to continued There will not be a meeting of the Choral Club at the Methodist Church, tonight. Miss "Wmfieiu, corset is giving a demonstration of P- D- French Corsets at the Bentley Co. W. R. Depew who has been running A. L. Foster's elevator at Cardston, came in with his family last night to take up their residence here. F. St. C- -Farran, C. P. B.- bridge engineer, went to Macleod this mom- ing to. see about tie construction, of over the Old Man Biver. Four of the real old fashioned grandfather .clocks have been received by Waddington C-ibben at the auc- tion mart. The large boiler being installed by Wm. 'Oliver, at his planing mill was supplied by the Lethbridge Iron. Works Co., being a home production. B, V, Gibbons, reports the sale four lots "through an" ad. in the Daily Herald. Advertising pays, cspecially in a live, up-to-date, well-read pa- per. "W. T. Aiiiscough of Cardston came in last night to catch the train for having been sum- moned there on account of the death of his daughter. A. 0. and L. A. Shomaker of Spring Coulee came in to the city last- night, the latter going to the Gait Hospital to have an operation performed on his leg whicH, .has troubling him for some time. f-HMitiiiiiiiiiMm OarfirstSpriug Opening OP MILLINERY NOVELTIES COMMENCES Mar. 12 Everybody cordially invited. Oar stock of Millinery J i Goods comprises, every 1 I thing that will be in de- mand during spring season C. A. COOKSLEYjj rod Bank 0f Montreal Building THE STOIE OF OUAUTY" SEEDS! SEEDS! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzle's Manitoba Grown Nelson Frdser PHONE 21 LETHBHIDGE NEWS FROM WARNER Seven Immigrant Cars Arrive In Social Events "Warner, March 7. James Eigby went to Whiskey Gap this week. Seven immigrant cars arrived this week. Warner is booming., Rev. Mr. Cooper is guest of Geo. B. Snapp.' A dance was given in Warner Hall on Monday night. A large crowd at- tended and had an. enjoyable time- Mrs. F. S. Leffingvell entertained a few of the young people Thursday evening. Those in attendance report a most enjoyable time. Refreshments were served at an appropriate hour. Mr.' Keef and family arrived on. Saturday from Franklin, Minn. Mr, Keef has purchased the Lind house and it will be' remodelled in a short time1. F. S. Leffingwell went to Great Falls, Mont., Tuesday. Claud Snapp went to Deer Lodge, Mont., Tuesday. He will attend college in that city. Sixteen- land men were at Hotel Warner on Saturday. Lethbridge Markets VTheair- No. 1 Northern 86 No. 2 Northern 8! 6. W. KERR CD. i- opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter. Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now market We have-also few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. IF Y00 WISH TO BUT ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District.. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge i Griffiths .who was reported to have perintendent of construction of the! Cotter of Montreal arrived in the city last night and is the guest i left Cascade. Mont., for Lethbridge Crow's Nest Branch, died at Winni- xwo.years ago. A shai-e of a deceas- aunt's property awaits him when! "Great Irish Night" March 17-th at he reports to Racine, attach [the Bijou Theatre competition for his signature to some papers. the best Irish song. jigs, or reels 'Pipes Halliday and Jos. Petske got j (ladies or _ Prizes will into'an altercation in the Dallas Ho- j be given. Names to be given in at hies bar this morning. Considerable i the box office not later than Monday, have a carj laud of Mrs. J. WT. McNicoll. T. Taylor of-the .International Har vester Co. went to -Calgary .this mor- The 'Edmonton Bulletin- says: jVIissj Duncan; who has, been .visiting her sister, Mrs. T. F. S. Jackson, some time, leaves on Saturday for Lethbridge, where she friends for some time. Bev. W. A. Lewis, B. pastor of the MeihOdist :Church at Macleod is resigning his charge at the close of Ko. 3 Northern 'a No. 4 Northern 59 No. 5 Northern 42 No. 1 Alberta Red 84 No. 2 Alberta Red............... 79 No. Red............... 71 No. 51 No. 5 Alberta Red 40 1 '3VTiite V76" 2 70 3 White 62 1 Rejected 55 2 Rejected 50 No. cwt... JBarley ...........V.- ..per cwt.. from Iowa chiefly, in today. Today j J. E. Mulligan, ol -the Mason Land the conference year to become super- CT i _.-, A i rt i Co. took a party of landseekcrs to Stirling this morning. Berg- Ellingson; manager the Ma- igrath Trading is in' his ijlass was broken. Halliday laid in-; the 10th. ['.formation against the other for as-j The 0- W. Kerr Co. The case will up to'-i load of twenty-seven !a number of them arc out looking 'v Application -tor letters of adiuims- ,1 Supermten't BroWnlcy and trammas ,-tration of the estate of .John Bogers j ovcr township-eleven, range twenty- j M -Q{ -B, C., .of Lethbridge who died onc- and the wholti outfit I wcre in the city yesterday. -JG, 1907, is being made by jto Warncr tomorrow morning. Next j last niccht Alice Maria Bavi, of Leth. wook.a'carload of women and child- F. 0- .etumed last rnght {Flax................. Dressed Turkeys Ducks .Geese.............. irrtendent of the Industrial School at j chickens Cattle on changed his resi-; ..per bus... ...per lb.... ...per lb... ..'.per ib..T, ...per 1.20 8ff Tuller has TCn' lll] Abridge. The value of the estate is j Iplaced at consisting of to at Wa and horses and cattle SATURDAY 750. three-day trip to Pincher j. Pearson, are com fl'om a .nicr. Creek. c Miss McBeth, who has been ,-visib- ing at Medicine Kat for the past two B. Jacobs of Maple Crock is in weeks returned last night. jrrs. A. 31. Heppler of A Dominion order office is, The contributions to the Lord's IMliance on Sunday amounted to I which was contributed at Iv'nbx Church-in the morning and S31 f .at Weslej-in'the evening. j; D. Hig I Frank Bullock has' returned from store, inbotham is desirous of having the j North Dakota. W. H. .Beard, manager of [--coiHributioos paid to him as soon as C. J. Cote of Claresholm is in the jion Bank, Cardston, spent I the. city. Sir. and Cardston, Frank B Express Co. money being opened by the ing to end. the .possible, that the whole amount may city. be forwarded to headquarters at once. At the -District Court this morn- ing the caso of Hex vs. -I. T. Eng- lish -was postponed .-until the loth, to the illness of the accused, doctor's certificate to that effect being produced in The dis- of 'the appeal of A. 'Hoy ag- of days .in the city. i'this morning. Macleod is putting1 He south dence to 410 Coutts Street, four i doors north of thfi stand pipe. A grand ball will be given in Ol- iver's Hall, on St. Patrick's 'night, .March 17. Symphony C-Vchestra, consisting of nine pieces will fuiiiish! the music. General Manager Bury, has also is- sued a flat denial -to the story, about the C-.TP-H. changing its plans in re- gard to .Coleridge. He says the ar- ticle was absolutely without. founda- potatoes tion and" a fabrication, from beginn.- 'Turnips Onions Parsnips Carrots Livtf Dressed Live Dairy........ Creamery were in the city yesterday, j company "at-J. G. Robertson's book j At a potiltry ineeting in Edmonton Hon. .T: Finlay, minister of agri- culti.irc, announced that the provin- gove'rnmcnt had decided to cstab- lish at', once a provincial' poultry Blue Hay: Upland .per ..lb, per per ...-per cwt per cwt. per lb. per lb. per doz. per .cwt. per lb. per lb. per lb. "per'Vlb. .per ton per ton So ss to your -Will Now is the Time faculties A Trust Company fe fhe most competent executor ffiulef a Will giving continuous service which is impossible with an individual executor. Make a will and appoint this Smpany your executor. Write for little booklets about free on THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Ke'serve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetafkrmn Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta 0. W. Marsh, Esq. P- Turner Bone, William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. 52 55 34 14 Edmonton, cloudy Lethbridge, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Calgary, fair .52 Medicine Hat, cloudy 56 Swift Cuirdfik cloudy......40 Minnedosa; cloudy on Port Arthur, snow............. Bulletin From Central OfBce" In Alberta the weather has beeu -34 36 12 8 34 33 34 Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER COr LETH BRIDGE. r NOTICE TO CREDITORS UN THE ESTATE of ROBERT very mild.- Maximum temperatures JAMES MOORE, Deceased: of.over 50 degrees were recorded. 30 35 30 90 Temperatures have risen somewhat in, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and it is becoming mild in these provinces and mild today and on Wednesday. THE WEEK'S WEATHER Take notice that by virtue of an, or- der dated 24 th day of.February 1SOS made by Hon. E. L. Wetmore, Clue? Justice of the Supreme Gourt of the "Province of creditors are required to file their claims against the estate of-the said Robert James Moore with the The Weather March '3................ S10 S12 J. "Roberts of in the dav in 'the citv. t r i R. W. Pilling returned to Cardston j this morning. Ivean went south to Great Falls morning. I eiTY I DIRECTORY "How's the day and now's the hour" j breeding station -with the object of A high court of the "Independent supplying the farmers with i Order of Foresters for Alberta will 'breeding stock and eggs at reasoii- j be organized at Calgary in April. j able, prices. j AV. C. .Bowles; suc-1 Licens'c Inspector Hotchkiss has j B. "Laiiiiigan as general l freight agent-of the Central Divisi ?h j of C.P.K. at. Winnipeg. i Rev. A. .left tins morn- I ing 'to- attend ,the .regu- Inspector been in Taber for _thi> past couple of j days'and'-'whii'fi' there has clcajiod the, denizens of the Taber river-bot-, torn. Helen Howard and Jfarion Lyle proprietresses of the. two cs- lar ineetirigi; of' the Synod! tablishmCnts 'shook the dustr. of. Taber FOR C A T T7 1: 25c eacK _ J. J. Johnston Presrriptioo Home 'Mission Committee. lie ex- j from their feet foi I poets' to'return They were fmod A lad named John. Davies com costs and had thoir supply of l.n rna.il vnur. rrttisins n.cross the sea.I __ I' i mi tied for triai 'ov jMagistratc num- confiscated. one or more of our many suitable 4.U., The Herald ha? articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR BOOJC- Tl A "OTTVC! LETHBRIDGE VICINOTY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BU-KNT LEATHER -SpUYENIRS. j. D. Higinbotham 4 Co. LIMITED amily and Dispensing CnamJsts phries oir Saturday night on the charge of sending through the mail. obscene letters parts unknown, fifty- dollars and definite informa- Winnipeg Wheat Markets Closing Cash Prfces No. 1 '.Northern............ No. -2 NprtKern No. 3 NORTH WARD BOOMING w-hich however, is not authori- tative, that the Canadian Pacific is The Venture Metre to be installed j contemplating' a gveatly improved lo- in the pumping station by the city T cal passenger service along the Crows to register the exact amount of wa- ter pumped to the-' city has arrived and will be put in place forthwith. Last night tb ere -was an ful time at the home of a Slav at No. 3, the occnsion being the chris- tening of the Booze plentiful and the spiritual sig- Ncst line. There is .to day train between Cranbrook and ]tfcdi- ciiic the latter place about eight o'clock in the evening in time to connect with the eastbound transcontinental 'and leaving that place shortly after the arrival of the westbound reaching Lethbridge .about No. 6 Feed 1..... Feed 2 No. 2 White No. 3 White 102 72. 52 461-4 4G 42 Rejected C. P. R. "381-4 Rejected C, N. R.............373-4 At .............................1051-4 in 20 minute mflcancc of the rite was drowned noon. Croup positively checked minutes. Dr. Snoop's.. 20 Croupe Remedy acts like Magic. No vomiting, nothing harsh. A simple, pleasant, dependable croup syrup. At All Dealers i ministrator, R. Hugh Wilson oi Maple "f j Creek. Saskatchewan, or with his j Advocate "Arthur. Burnett of Maple Creek, accompanied by a statutory i declaration verifying the same and stating what, if any, securities are by tliem. on or about the 1st day' of after which date the administrator shall be liberty i to proceed ;to the distribution of the A genrloman taking a stroll around North Ward last Saturday afternoon was amazed to see the number of new buildings erected there. He thereupon- counted them and found that there were no less than twenty- eight buildings that had been built within the last four or five weeks. assets of- the. estate and -to'take cog- nisance only of the claims of which he shall then have notice. The date of the first publication of this notice is the 1.1th clay of March .1908. 19-3 ARTHUR Advocate for the Administrator. ALBERTA REALTY Co ACRES smooth prairie, wild or improved, close to railroad 320 Acres and good, level land, 7 miles from sta- tion, per acre. Easy terms i ;