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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY A, Jj. Foster left this morning on a Arip to Ilalbrive, Saslc. Howard Dyment of Barrie was in nhc. city, last ..-night. C..F.-Gregory and wife of Nanton, ..arrived in the city last night. Mrs. Atkins of Macleod arrived in -.the city last night. LeRoy Coons iwat to Stavely this Airs. C. Koman and daughter of .Missoula., Mont., arc in tlie city. THURiDAY. 'Mr. G. Ostlund of Stirling was in town -today, L. Bonneil, of 'wijut through to Olgury this niorninsj. Mnand Mrs.- H. A. Deacon, of Brandon, are in the city, T. J. Simons went to Ciaresholm this morning on a business trip. A.vKesler and J. N. of otX'- ling are in tho city A. F. Feathershough of JLeduc, was in. the city last on his ..ivy south. R. W. Header of r.' Burns ;o. till.' W. L. Baker, 'J Carrington, and I. TiUler.-' 'This party and about twenty Jund seekers were taken Ho Warner this morning by the 0. W. Kerr Co. The managers of Knox Church brought in a carload of cattle1 from for local consumption. "Wm. Agnew of Pincher Creek, is in city today on his way south. j R- R. Davidson -to be iv. i rapidlv recovering; at the- Gait Hos- There is a special meeting of the pital. The high winds of yesterday blew down the train order signals at Mac- have, laid aside pluns for then- new church prepared by Architect II. G. Russell voiV Winnipeg as it has been impossible' to get tenders itv a reasonable amount of the sum they have appropriated for the build ing. Architect .0 A. Macdonald of this city is liow preparing 'plans with 'a view to having the tenders fivithin the lit-the disposal of th? managers. Tenders on the building according 'to the new plans will be "School Board.tonight. Judge Winter returned to the city jfrora 'Calgary last night. H. Turner and Jas. Stacey J-P. of Mttgrath were in the city over a ,tcain. -Hev. is holding prayer j at the Baptist-Tabernacle ..every night this week and next. leod and Bo" Island. L. B. Cochrane, of .Medicine Hat, Miss Jean McArthur.oT the Bank of ion Hat, Dominion land agent and one the old timers of 1883 is in the city. Howard Douglas, superintendent of the National Park at Banff, has been called for short time. Those who attended the perform- ance of the Mikado by the Beggar Prince Opera Company last night were well repaid for their trouble for from, beginning to end there was" not a dull moment. The choruses and dances were exceptionally good, and the large crowd which packed the hall' were unanimous in their praises of companj', which is cer- tainly one of the best Lethbridge has appointed superintendent of Domin-i scon for a long time. Plays and com staff returned last aiightj I Lewis llice of Moose Jaw, Sask., panics of this description serve to emphasize the need of the city for a .-after a three months' vacation spent, Qf the.Kailroad. St'udio, is good opera house, with a stage large j. m__- .v UAV 'A' I -x. .at Toronto and other eastern points. C, K. S. -Macdonell scif the C, P. K-; Abridge engineering staff.' leaves to-j I this mormn for Edmonton to -which point j .has been transferred. in the city for a few days. enough for the companies to do jus- Simmons went to Calgary tice to themselves. He-will be the princi- j FRIDAY. pal spc-aker at a Liberal rally there! tonight. The new two-plank sidewalk; on Ba- Road "that is being for -the North Ward, was started .jaiorning. Miss ..Be'atty of Portage La Prairie The- Lethbridge. Brick Terra Cot- !I ta Co. has given notice that it has "the guest- of Miss Bennett, Ash-- St. increased its capital from to H. Hi Calgary, buyer-for Burns -C-o.. is shipping ton car- j'loads of :iat from Lethbridge A. Leitch of CranbrooK B.C., pre-; U) today, of the East Kootenay Luui-! 'ber Co. who has been in town for! "iu city, -liut lately managing the Wind-i -several davs, returned last night. j turned, i Edmonton, is now con- j Jas. Olquist, Island real i estate magmttf. is in the city today. W. A. Anstie of Nelson, B.C., is in the city today. A. Hobkirk of .Cranbrook; B. C., divisional master, mechanic for the C.P.H. -was Jh the city last night. C. F. Moberly and wife of Sweet Grass, Mont., cume in on the south train nighL. formerly of j stanlfey.-Hi Harrop of Magrath re- night from a trip'to Eng- The hose reel and., five hundred feet j ductjng Qwcn-s at oi hose'for tlie North Ward were tak- iSii over to the new build-; ing erected for tnem. A. S. Bowman and H. S. Bowman Arthur Mcrwbum who has shamrocks 'given to- night and Monday. Call and get one at McKelvie McGuire's. F. E. Mason and J. H. Malligau went to Stirling and Warner respec- tively this morning. J. T. McKiiiney. the well-known land man has taken an oflice with H. J. 117 Skeith> room Whitney Block. Miss Gladys Sprague of Medicine Hut is spending a few days this week with her Mend Miss Harrison at the parsonage. Mrs. A. Hood and child, who have been here visiting: her parents lor t past week, returns to her home at Hillcrest tonight. TheChurch of Christ will meet to' break bread on Sunday at 11 a. m. ancl in the evening for Bible study come. W. E. H. Carter, of Toronto, who has been in Lethbridge the past cou- ple of seasons buying wool, was mar ried in toronto last week to Miss Emma Akers. Herald advertiseiiicnts do_ their work quickly. A- man advertised for a position in yesterday's Herald and in half an hour after the paper was on the street, there was an answer in the office. Miss Isabel McBeth, who has been visiting her grandmother. Mrs. Bas- sett. has returned to Miss McBeth was the guest of honor at a dinner party given by Mr. Tom Bassett on Friday Medicine i city a day or two returned to Cal- gary this moraiug. It. W. .Fletcher of Crussy Lake ar- rived in the city last night on his way to Magrath. E.C. Larson and wife of Cardston arrived iu the city last night on their way to Collins, Moat. The bridge contractors laid off the gangs ot two concrete mixers yester- day being1 short of gravel, JJ. M. Mendc-nhuor and Jas. Fox, of Magratii, were in the city last night on- their way south'. Mrs. Arthur Young, of Macleod, who has visiting Mre. F. C. Cooke; returned to Hacieod this morning. A. Hopkirk.i C.l'.R.. assistant mas- ter mechanic of' Cranbrook, B.C., made an official visit to this point last night. J. K. Ardell returned last night a ten -trip to the Okanagan where Iv- was disposing... of some of his fruit lands. J. F. Rodgers has' resigned his pqsi tiou as manager of the Western Transfer Co. to take effect April 1. M, A new post office to be called Ban- -nerman is to be opened up on 22-12- 21, north of Bowville. Isaac Wintori is spoken of as the postmaster. Kenneth McDonald and wife of Gra num. formerly of this city, are in the city today. Mr. McDonald is buying some of Lethbridge's fancy poultry. Jos. late train master on the Crow's Xest was wait- ed upon at Cranbrook by a deputa- tion of conductors and presented with Hat News. John Bold, of Idaho, is in the city today. Mr, Bold has lived in -the American west. for.. 56 years and is now seeing Alberta for the first time He has lived in all, the States but is firmly convinced that none of them compares with Alberta. He is surprised and pleased with, what he has seen on his Our Coleman correspondent -writes-: a gold watch. Inspector D. 3f. Howard, of Coutts who has been in Lethbridge assisting Supt. Wilson while Inspector West incapacitated by his accident, re-j turned to Coutts this morning. Wm. Oliver went, to Calgary this morning to attend the meeting of the Alberta Fairs Association. Major Burnett, the delegate appointed by the Agricultural Society -was unable "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 Eraser PHONE 21 LETHBKLDGE school at Trinity Colleg-': i Sirs. Alex. Campbell of 'Cardston, C. P. R. Auditor Gran- j port Hope, Ont., has her father, air. Alvinston, went C., -whose district cxtcn sjeci home on account of an epidemi-c j through to High River, this morning, -jfrom Spokane, AVash., to Medicine j Qf fcver having 'broken O Rich of Magrath is Hat, is in the city today on official jat thc schooL in t0wil selling home grQwn treeSj shrubs and berry bushes. Wml T. Ainscough of Cardston re- turned last night from Spokane where he was attending the funeral joiBellevue Farm, Chin Coulee, are in Fraser and daughter Mar- to Mr' Oliver, as alternate, going Hthpcitv jorie spent a few days in Lethbridge !instead' at- j the city. The big three thoxisand pound safe surchased for the city's use being hoisted from the fire hull up to the There will be a meeting of the Loth bridge Poultry and Pet Stock Asso- ciation in the Fire Hall on Friday evening at eight o'clock to close up clerk's office. A hole has been businoss in connection with, the! of his daughter, Mrs..Mandle. -cut' in the floor of the council cham- poultry fair_ j Miss Ella Cook was taken serious- ber and the safe is being 'jacked up n ly ill with appendicitis onWednes- on. timbers. 0. P. Lamhoufne, ,of Edmonton, I inspector of lodges for the Knights The city band held its usual prac-, of Pythias dr0pped in on the iocal T ice last evening at the Conservatory j Iast everiitlff in time to attend the of Music. "There was a good meeting. of the local lodge Director Harper briefly out-bn- evcning_ He found the' lodge in fd the the j tlourishing and-left on this .-xtra xv-hich he is expecting I mornlng.s train_ oa irom the Frank Board of Trade ad- thQ Uquor DispeI1Saries Bill being in- vocating the Adoption a sugges-j troduced by Hou> Dr> Courtice.i .Ev- tion .to theih 'by M. Mackenzie, M.P.jory membe; is CXpocted to be his I1. The proposition is to have an of -excursions between the State of Washington and Alberta, i the one to Alberta to take place du- ring the hanrost season and the oth- f.T later. Mr. Mackenzie made the suggestion to tiie Spokane? Chamber Commerce and they agreed that it should be done. The Frank Board Trade thinks the Associated Board .should take it up. A broken fiangc on a. wheel- of the tender of a freight engine caused the train to be hold up at Bow Island last night. It was several hours be- fore the train could be moved of the way and as a consequence the regular did not arrive until 6-55 this morning. IT. Green, tr; day while attending school. Major W. H. Irwin, Clerk of the District Court, is going to Cardston tomorrow for his family, having se- house on Cutuiil Street. C. Matchett the 7 roomed house on London Road, which is nearing com- -pletidn. Joseph Hood of Medicine Hat was sent here yesterday to spend three months in care of the for giving liquor to an interdicted man. v The dispensation for the new Ma- sonic Lodge, Lethbridge Lodge, has been granted by the .Grand Lodge and the lodge will be instituted the latter end of next week. 53enas N. Vaughan of Boise, Idaho, and J. -E. and Win. Fogg of St. An- thony. who are interested Mr. Vaughan in the Waterton Lum- ber Oil Co. aie in the city today on the company's business. John Davis, the young lad from No. 3. who was up before Judg ter for sending an obscene letter through this week. Mr. Frasef is soon to become a citizen of that town and will move his family there in the W. Porter of Pella, N.D., came In last night xfith, a car of effects which j he. will take to his land in I sprinc, he having accepted an im- this district.- L. B. Lossy of Minne- portan-rposition with the'Royal Col- apolis, Minn., has a car of effects lieries Co. who have works near that town. with him also. Another; settler is 'Thomas Wilson of Britain, Mich., who arrived la-st night with a car of t stuff: They were, all billed to Lsth- a considerable load of booze and T bridge, but Mr. Losev went to Avar- started on an exploring expedition i ___ around the city. In the course Last -'.night Duncan McLean got on ner, where his laua is located. his voyage of discovery he wandered) District Deputy. Grand Master C. into V. Vv. McGuirers house but find- E- W. Gardner of Macleod will be in ing the man of the house at home he jthc on Thursday night to ins.ti- quickly left and went to -Mayor Hen- derson's house, where Mrs. Hender- son and two children were alone. The tute the new Masonic Lodge, Leth- bridge U- D. Ali the merubei'5 of tile craft are invited to be present. Ow- daughter has been ill'for some time j to the shortness of time it has 'been impossible 'to issue invitations to the visiting and other brethren in the citv. All are invited. and the excitement upset her over- wrought nerves necessitating the send ing- for the doctor. Constable Gil- lespie and'.Rose in-response toea tel- ephone message took the custody. This morning with C. F. Harris prosecuting Magistrate HumT phries sentenced the explorer to. two months with hard labor at the Bar- racks. MONDAY Mort Priest, organizer for the Or- der of Owls, left for High River this morning where he is going, to organ- ize a nest.. A. 0. Shomakcr of Spring Coulee, (Montreal Herald.) We learn from the Gazette that two signs of an approaching election are the parliamentary grants to our Quebec tercentary celebration and for thc purchase of seed. _grain for the Northwest farmers. This is the most frank confession of what we have yet heard of what we have long suspected that Lauricr landed with Champlain who has been in the Gait hospital i in 1608, and caused seed-time and the for several days returned home this morning. i Frank Sainsbery, A. R- J. brake-] mail, was let out on man- is" Baking a few days holiday to J O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices In the Oliver Rloch, Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath laud, now on tlie market We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. YOU WISH TO BUT .WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge suspended sentence yesterday .or for the after- look over the land he has purchased near Cardston. harvest to fall in the provinces in. 1907. I Lethbridge Markets to make your Will when you are in: pos- 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 Trills free on application. THE TRUSTS AND fil'ARANTEE COMPANY, ITD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Beserve, Public Administrator lor Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetaikiwin Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary, A. G-. ROSS, Manager. lisou Milling Co., is looking after the! J. Bruce Walker, the J. H. Skeith and G-. M. Hatch B. JNV Shaw, formerly with the A. hus j'interests of his firm in the "city this representing the local Board of Trade ior-Lr'immi-iweok- Hc rcPorls an de-j-WCnt to Calgary this morning to see tv v-. jViair. tnt, jut'." m.u 111 i i- n ...i-1! -ration a-ent asking his co-operation m the. flour turned out by the preparations for the city's cs m- "ATt- TC; -4- j. -T. _ _ _ of Immigration at Winnipeg, -written to -ration asking his co-operation r -in the placing of th, great flow of j Mr" s territory com- exhibit at the Dominion Fair.' immigrants from Europe, particular- Southcrn Alberta and. British j The annual meeting of the ,A Immigrant Great Britain Alberta Farmers contractors, and other who want help ranchers i Colunlhia' in ParC of he found Agricultural Fairs Association will tn-cii-ijetter j helc} in Calgary next Wednysday the business summer shotwl write to the commissioner ut at than in the Lethbridge district ami Thursday. At n. special school board meeting! Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Fairfield of the The depar-tmnu is making a j last' night the contract for erecting. Experimental Fann left yesterday on new two-roomed movable school' a holiday trip to Cheyenne and Lar- R. I. Co. succeeds F. C. White'- j Wheat- house as accountant of the Bank of j No. 1 Northern.................. 86 Commerce here. Mr. Shaw has been i No. 2 Northern........-----.... stationed at Nanton. Taber the sixteen ..year old daughter of Mr. Albert Oakland, in taking some med- u i icine Tuesday made a mistake 2 AFPerta took a teaspoonful of carbolic acid, j Medical aid was promptly summoned, j and by prompt action her life was 81 j No. S Northern...............----- 73 Free Press.-Miss 59 No. 5 Northern 42 No. 1 Alberta' Red.............- 84 79 3 Alberta Red............... 71 Alberta Reel 51 No. 5 -determined effort to locate the im-1 me to the coun-I at t'1e of Smith and Courtland i amie, Wyoming and to Fort 'Collins, j saved. streets, wns awarded to J. Norman Colorado. They expect to be away j A to the Herald 2 vvhite thev !No. 1 White The City Wball is assum-! to the i about' two weeks. definite shape several of Lbuilding for tenders winv' One of-the leading promoters of the the city having taken it r'-'niarkably close, there being onlyjoarly closinff inovement is the sub- ing some the fans- of seriously. A. E. Humphries in- iorms Herald that he has thcj rtromise of a championship trophy Si 36 difference betweo.n the highes't an tli. ject of a good joke. other night today says: Lethbridge is arranging rt for space for a district exhibit at the j Dominion Fair. The Board of Trade j of the city has voted for the j No. 1 Rejected Rejected 1 Oats .................per cwt., of medalM from another source. Mem- bers of several likely clubs have sig- and lowest ,d six tenders. Three of i as hc wa, going homc. tho hiffh xvind purposc and k is quitc probabifi that i npr pwt tenders wore not considered as hig and it was gone_ wm go -n thft Kaymond Board j bus'' Dressed j Turkeys...............per lb... in' Ducks ................per Ib... WEATHER BULLETIN -10 13 -24 -14 8 18 20 -12 -16 from Mayor Henderson and of a. set cheque did not accom- Kt that bclievc -n closing and a oo foot fronlage. pany them. The others were Smith Bros, and Wilson, Thos. were all shut, so rather than make himself a martyr to principle and go the Stubbs, and thc successful T TV .nified their intention oi entering the i m, MJ. bare-headed he went into unc ui mu and a six-dub league is likely i dfcr' The building is to be complft- lato.cloRhlg establishments to buy a .led and ready for use by Easter. .atenalizo. A meeting is called; to materialize. A meeting .for Friday evening at eight o'clock; 'Wu; W. Kerr Co. brought in a in the Young Men's Club room to! carload of settlers and landseekers -discuss the matter and arrange some [last night.. In the car were a num- organization. Baseball fans are re- j Ix-r of women, all ftom rcarson, Io- to be present, the members; wa. who have come up to join their possible .teanis more particularly, j husbands and fathers who are farm- The teams most .likely to be formed jinff at Warner. Tn the party were SATURDAY W. C. Simmons, returned are the E.N.W.M.P., C.P.R., Mesdames C. Clerks, Men's Club, Heal iate Men, ami possibly others. 1C. Culler. L. F. Pow- the city last night. from Calgary yesterday afternoon. Call at McGuiro's for a shamrock. II. F. Annable of Taber. was in 4 Formaldehyde Do not delay getting your supply while it can be had. Our stock is fresh, bought direct from the manufac- turer, and guaranteed full strength. -v 4 "How's the day and now's the hour" F. D. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw went to CardsJ.on this morning. I Thos. W. Leask, of Cranbrook, 15. jC., is in tho city today. A. L. Foster, has returned from C. P, ilili. Killcrcst: mine, IliUcrost, Alberta, arrived city this morning from the west and Geese is a guest at the Royal Alexandra, j t.JIG o f "tltc crest Coal Mini up; Company will tici steers he-Id next week. At the conclusion f .ows of this meeting ho will on to New York with .Mrs. and will spend j j Jvo a few weeks travelling through the j cities .of the TTnitod States. Hill j states that the general coal ___per lb.., lb. per lb..... per lb...... per cwt yn-r cwt per cwt per 40 76 70 62 55 50 1.20 82 j so! i isi "l Edmonton, fair.................. 20 Lethbridgc, cloudy Battleford, -clear 4 Swift Current, clear 14 Minnedosa, clear -2 Port Arthur, cloudy Calgary, cloudy.................. 3S Medicine Hat. cloudy 30 Prince Albert, cloudy 10 Regina, clear 1- Winnipeg, 6 -22 Bulletin From Central Office Snow has fallen throughout Mani- toba, eastern Saskatchewan and part of Alberta. The weather has conj tinucd very cold all parts oi the prairie provinces except in Southern Alberta. Minimum temperatures of from ten degrees below to 24- below were recorded. provinces and cold today 'and Wednesday. Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious- weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER CO. LE.THBMDCE. IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE ESTATE of ROBERT JAMES MOORE, Deceased: WEATHER FOR THE WEEK March 10........................... 13 M 14 -19 1G '10 21 i Halbnte, Saskatchewan. i j i rnuil- youc cousins across thc sea! JCcver too lute to mend. industry pi the west is in a flourish-; ing state, but the output of several j of the minvys is jiow lioing reduced per lb. owing to the fact that the season for tlie shipment of coal for consumption i in thc prairie provinces is ovor. None: potatoes per cwt. uii: coni comes to this Turnips per lb. frcamcrv per tlm. So 30 30 90: Croup positively cheeked in 20 minutes. Dr. Snoop's 20 minute Croupe Remedy acts like Magic. No vorciiting, nothing harsh. A simple, safe, pleasant, dependable .'croup syrup. 50c. At Dealers Take notice that by virtue of der dated the 24 th day :of Febraa.rr 1908 madu by Hon. E. L. Wetmore., i Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province oi Saskatchewan, all- creditors arc required to file their j claims against the estate of the salt! Robert James Moore with the Ad- ministrator, R. Hugh Wilson of Creek, Saskatchewan, or with his. j Advocate Arthur Burnett of Maple Creek, accompanied by a statutory j declaration verifying the same and I stating what, if any. securities are held by t.hmn. on or about the 1st I day of May 1903, after which date the administrator shall be at liberty to proceed to tlie distribution of tho assets of tin; estate.and to take cog- nizance only of the claims of which he shall then have-notice. The date i of tin; first: publication of. this notice the 1Hh day of March 1908. l 119-3 ARTHUR BURNETT, Advocate for the Administrator. J. J. Johnston T Prescription Drugfg-ist one or more of our many suitable j articles for mailing to distant friends such as SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BTJ-RiNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. 1 D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists See F. German. Major II. Irwin went to Card- ston on the local this morning. .See Johnston's elegant line of skirts and mantles just opened. Strathcoim has decided to use the government system of telephones. Mr. and Mrs. George Hill of Prince city and little to tlm province most j onions per lb. of it being used Kroe Press. TUEfDAY. Albert, Sask. Inst niffht. arrived in the city in the far per lb. Carrots Per lb. T'plaiui yior ton Joint............. ton so Baldy .Bud- went oist on the south train this morning Croat Falls, i i Mont. i or per lb. 2J to 31 i 1 Mrs. C. K. D. Wood of Ilcgina is Dry flint, skins per Ib. 7} Co 8 visiting HIrs. J, 0. Wilson at the .Bar- (lured hides per lb. 3} to racks. j "Bill" Smith. C.P.U. gardener at j Open Coyote skins 7Z to 1.75 Cranbr-jok, P..C., is spending the day! Cased coyoto skins 1.00 to 2.25 MIXAllD'S IJNTM ISN'T BURNS, ETC. CURES] in tho city. Badger- skins A. .1. McLean, who has foocn in tho Kitt fox 50 to 3.50 25 to .s35 ALBERTA REALTY Go ACRES Choice, smooth prairie, wild or improved, close to railroad 320 Acres and up, good, level land, T miles from sta- tion, per acre. Easy terras w ;