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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY jfrs. Leroy Coons who has been vis iu the city lor a week returned [her home in Stuvely this morning> ittle and Hatch, the Evangelists, ll conduct meetings in Medicine commencing on the 25th, C. .Witwsr of the Good Co. ar- Itd iii the city from Didsbury last Ihtaiwi "will" remain' here penuan- ''X bhos. Under wood, of Calgary, man- fag director of the Diamond Coal came down last night, it being day at the mines. Lbout seventy couples thoroughly [joyed the S-t. Patrick's night dance [Oliver's Hall. The Symphony Or- atra. furnished splendid music. E. directed the affair. The was in liiiu shape. record o; settlers -coming iu jit night shows that John Arnold- had a carload of effocts Walter Sheppard of Medicine Hat was arrested this morning by the 11- The final heats in tho cribbage tour nauient arranged by the Sons of Bog trip to different parts of the United States." j. A. S. Duclos of the North Jobbing and Commission Co. has rc- the members, umd another will bear-jkoine jn Montreal. The gas wdl is down twenty feet in the city's portion of it. The holt- is still being drilled in the sandstone formation. It is understood that the new tiae Butte Wiu >rge Bailey brought two carloads' and N.W.M.P. here on a charge ot obtain j land were played off last night, Bro. ing money under false pretences at [T. A. Underwood winning first prize Cowloy. The warrant for his arrest j 'and Bro. K. Dtivison second. a holiday trip to his contest aroused grent interest among (is its business into South- On, March 30 tho Canadian Pacific Ilailway will put on tho double trans continental service on tho main line It is not likely that the Imperial 'Li- mited will start until about June On the 3oth. the passenger service between Calgary and Strathcona is to be doubled, making two trains a day. At Brandon, Man., on Monday of last week, the death of William Ward father of W. Ward of this city, took place, after a brief illness. Mr. Ward was seventy-four years of ago and un- til two years ago, when he came to Brandon to live with his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Moorfc, was a farmer in Perth County, Ontario. Yesterday afternoon in the Pastor's j study in the Baptist Church, Antha It. Troxier and Eula May Bailey were united in marriage by Itev. Wil- ranged for. Among those- present at thw meeting of the lodge were Bros. Long and Moore, of Medicine Hat; RadciilTe, Winnipeg; Galey, Calgary; and Holberton, Brautford, After the closing of tho lodge the visiting bre- thren., were entertained to supper at at the Hub Cafa. At- a meeting of the council of the Board of Trade, a resolution was TUEfDAY. Mrs. Sydney Jackson is expected back from Ontario tonight, Mr, Williamson of Winnipeg has entared upon his duties as cement in- spector for the new bridge. Three cars of settlers effects from North Dakuta went to Magrath this morning. Miss Agnes O'Hagan is visiting un- til the end of the week with frieids at Medicine Hat. table arranges one the Spokane I Julius Young left this morning on flyers, ''the westbound, to go through here at five in the afternoon. The Lethbridge Brewing Company ern Saskatchewan. It has secured a passed advising that -the bounty on -n erect lead mined in Canada be continued, j warehouse lhere> Presbyterian students will labor at Fred A. Sturkey President of the Nel son Board of Trade, wko is piloting this movement went to Macleod this, morning well pleased with the result the following places in this district this summer: Mountain--View, II. Dick on his way to Gleichen. Reid, Baptist pastor. Aruphus wife, who .came up Lethbridge where he is settling, j up from Michigan, witnessed the cer- emony. The newly married couple1 left this morning for Taber to visit some friends before they, return to their farm near Xanton. District Deputy Supreme Grand President Jackson of the S.O.E.B.S. will be a meeting on Monday lining in the office of the H. Mac-1 fh 'Agency to re-organize the Golf All golfers and w'ould-be golf- are requested to- be present. Jin' accident befell C. H. Evans of Hat last Tuesday afternoon has written the secretary of the he was tossed :by a steer aiid "Pride of Alberta Lodge" intimating stained cerebral injuries which coa- his intention of coming to Lethbridgo ad him to his bed 'for.. some days, on Thursday, April 2nd, for the pur- him. to his bed C. Cooke has given up his con- lict of boarding the men of the Jidge-gaug and J, Guim Sons are liw running the boarding house Umselves. Neidig; of the opera house -the Herald today .that he was pose of conferring the higher degree on the officers and members of the ledge. All members intending to take degrees will please send their names to. the secretary without de- lay. The final Of the Cribbage Tour- nament will be played off after the ding, several more fire exits to the meeting tonight. Ill and patrons oi the bouse need! It be alarmed. Taber tomorrow Mrs. Sickler Ihl.-be int yesterday. j Lake this morning where she W. E. Moore and li. C. Long for a fcw davs- fjedicine Hat were in the city last X. Saucier, of of the Iu- from Lethbridge where ahe has been visiting her sister for the past month Medicine Hat council has decided scavenging must be borne by the citizens. 'Last year the city handled it and it cost 000. On St. Patricks' Day, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Wheeler, of Coaldale. Four years ago on the same date, their little son was born. Patrick and Patricia? This morning Tom Rathwell .had his ankle broken -while working at the A. R. I., lumber yard. A piece of; timber fell on his leg causing thc ac- cident. He was taken to the Gait. Hospital. i Three carloads -of settlers' i went south this morning, one for J. i E. Brown, Stirling; one for Chas.; of Miss Taylor was a good teacher and become Clerk her many friends regret her departure will not Mrs. H.-iF. Miinro, a teacher of much experienee7" has taken charge of Miss of the District Court sever his connection with our local military organization and wili be on hand to help the Taylor's class. The people of Guelph, Ont.. j squadron take on its military tone. at It is satisfactory to know that our home and abroad, are going to have j first major is not leaving us entirely, a grand reunion during the first -week j The golf club was reorganized at a of August. Guelphites from the j meeting held last night when the fol- four corners of the earth will return j lowing officers were elected. Presi- to the Hoyal city to spend the week dent, E. H. Wilson; first Vke-Presi- at the old home. Elaborate prepara-1 dent "W. A. Buchanan; second vice- tfons are being made to give the re- turned- wanderers the time of their lives. .The poetical call to those abroad from those at home was writ- ten by J. D. Higinbotham of this citv.. president, A. W. 1-Iings; secretary-trea surer, A. Barnsley. It is hoped that the links east of Westminster Road be available again this year. If they are they will be put in good shape. It is the intention to hold a tournament on Good Friday. 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 Frdser PHONE 21 LETHBBIDaE O.W. KERR CO. V opened offices in the Oliver Block, Koom 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see tue famous Magratn land, now on the market We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T S McKENZIE, Local Manager. WINTER WHEAT LANDS -CONSULT- The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Now is the Time to mate 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 wills free on application. THE TRUSTS AND 6UARANIEE COMPANY, LTD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetntiiwin Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Aiberta D. W. Marsh. Esq. P- Turner Bone, William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. A. G-. ROSS, Manager. Lethbridge Markets STIRLING SAYINGS i No. 1 Northern 86! No. 2 Northern 81 No. 3 Northern................... 73 Croucher, and one for" Rupert j 4 Northern 59 i Banquet of Relief Game of Plow G. H. Johnston and Miss C Cooksley have rented stores in new Hill Block, Dufferin St. Harry Slater 'and wife of Vancou- .v i -Hujstel. of Warner. Two are "coming yf} 5 Northern the 11P from soutb tonight for Milk j j Alberta Stirling. March annual River and one for Cardston. 42 j banquet of the Relief Society was 84 held on the afternoon of St. Patricks No. 2 Alberta Red 79 j Day. The meeting house was pret- ijjjand. Revenue Department is in the I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Franklin of fclaresholm were in the city Ijught on their way south. Drury and A. B. Campbell arc >Irs. P. L. Naismith has been sum-; spending- the day in the city. east owing to the serious ill- Work commenced at thc gas well mess of her father. yesterday and it will be pushed as 1 Miss L. Sick who is now Ger-j far as possible pending ths arrival of fuany is expected to leave for her the pipe. Football bids fair to be as popular! No. 3 Alberta Red ver, B.C.. nre visiting their broth-' in the city this seasorl as baseball, i No. 4 Alberta Red er-in-law E. J. Kill. 'Last night in'the parlor of the Bal-i No. 5 Alberta Red T. C. Douglas of Calgary formerly j moral hotel a meeting was hold, for i Qats_ of Lethbridge, accompanied by the purpose of organizing a second football club. Ail present expressed a desire to see such a club formed and it decided to organize under the names of the "Lethbridge Rang- Thursday night at; the Bijou .the 71 tiJy decorated and a large crowd as- 51 j sembled to celebrate the anniversary 40 i of the organization of-the society. i On March 28th. the pupils of the school gave a concert which was a THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 32 Lethbrihge, cloudy 43 Minneapolis, clear 32 Port Arthur, clear 56 cloudy Battleford. fair Winnipeg, clear Medicine Hat, snow 28 32 44 12 20 -10 IS G -14 20 0 Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove ail noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER CO. No. 2 White No. 3 White.................... No. 1 Rejected No. '2 Rejected Oats .................per cwt... Barley ...............per cwt... 76 70 62 55 50 1.20 82 Regina. cloudy 30 bulletin From Central OfSce Light snow falls or flurries have occurred. Weather has been mild in Alberta, especially'in southern part, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE ESTATE JAMES MOORE. of ROBERT Deceased: Injffroat success. Among the a pronounced cold has en- features of ithe well rendered program were the following: Several fmc reci- tered from the north and below eero Takt? notice that by virtue of an or- dated the 24 th day of Ihome on March 20th.______ Constable Matheson went to Mac-; programme would have had to be: pjax 15 The Tenderfoot Club had "a most j this morning with Walter Shep-1 abandoned only for the resourceful-; .per bus.... SO temperatures huvc again been pre-13903 made by Hon.'E. L. Wetmore, valcnt in northern Saskatchewan and j Chief Justice of the Supreme Court pupils. Violin duets by Mr. Brown's j throughout Manitoba. j Of the Province of Saskatchewan, all viblirt class, a, drill by tho FOlt THE PAST creditors are required to file their. ilia i claims against the estate of the said just Received FRESH SUPPLY Norman and Mr. Sharratt who took matters into their. a drunk rflhn with a own hands and amused thti people! team and a democrat gave a great j for nearly one hour and ten minutes: exhibition, of reckless driving on Red I until the electric light men could path St. Although the horses raced i give the necessary lights to run the furiously, no damage has been picture machine. Great credit is due ed. to the popular pianist and vocalist. While standing at the door of the! Another firm has opened for busi-' Union Bank at noon today Wm. Al-jness in tho city this week. Messrs j lerdice suddenly fainted and fell strik j Hunt Nicholson. having ing his head on the stone steps. the plumbing, steam and hot water1 Though .stunned for a feu- minutes he! heating from C. W. Gray. Both soon recovered. ''.members of the new firm are men 01" wide experience and will guarantee! first class work. They both arc young men of energy and are pro-: pared to undertake anything in their I line of business. At, present the firm lenjoyable dance last night in Oliver's i Pard- is alleged to have secured {ness of Madame j money under false pretences. "J I Lost a drunk Mr. A. F. G-rady of Macleod has Pdisposed of his hardware business to pMessrs Genge and Renwick who will ptlo business umU-r the ntvme of the Hardware Company. I Thos. Underwood, managing direc- of the Diamond Coal Co. return- led to Calgary this morning. He !says that their electrical apparatus iis being installed, an expert from Ithe Westinghousc firm being at the j-work. The cutter will be completed fin a short time. Turkeys ..............per Jb..... 20 Ducks ................per lb..... 18 .................per tb.....- 18 Chickens per lb....... 1-1- Cattle on "How's the day and now's do Sun Ui C.'nxvs p'.1 Live por cwt Dresst.'J p-rtr cwt Live per cwt Dressed cwt. Dairy por lb.......... 30 Creamery ivr lb.......... 33 Kggs por brigade of sixteen boj's in uniform. a farce entitled "A Sea of Troubles" which added attraction to the even- ing's entertainment. The many beautiful .-songs by the pupils interspersed throughout the 'program reflected great credit on Mr. Brown's musical ability and pains- taking training. The proceeds amounted to ami will help to add more books to the school library which has already over two hundred volumes. The lively game of football on the i square on Saturday afternoon, March ,21st. plainly showed that the Stir- ling boys are learning the game, j Both Raymond and Stirling did their best but tho score resulted Ray- March 17 18 19 20 21 --11. 35 43 13 12 16 Robert James Moore with the Ad- ministrator. R. Hugh Wilson of Maple Creek. Saskatchewan, or with his Advocate Arthur Burnett of Maple Creek, accompanied by a statutory declaration verifying the same and stating what, if any, securities are I Want Money Will sell 14 Sections of 1 to proceed to the distribution of the day of May 1903, the administrator after which' date t libert game for north of tho Presbyterian church oc- Government Standard Bottled and Bulk----- J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist MONDAY There is to bo a night mail service to mail your4 cousins across the sea one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHLVRIUGf-; SOUVENIR BOOK-i between Calgary ,UK! Macleod r, LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF j Crow's Nest points in the future. LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. j w Wliitnoy received todi.v TUCK'S FIKE ART CALENDARS ol- rjps' anfl 0 dandv n IVORY ANU EMBOSSED ,Vom KiriRston. Ont. MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. Turnips lb. Onions por lb. T'arsnip.s per 11) Carrots per U'. J. D. Higinbotham Co. I Towel 1 Harris and Mrs. Harris re- turned last night from nn extended I'plnnd .Joint Given or Dry flint, skins C'.ui-ocl hidt-s pi'r ton per ton morid may expect the return match. If. S. A'iru W'ni thri.mgii (.hi- i'i I on his way to Salt and Utah, i JVfis.s Saddir- Jones loft, town to i spend a few with hi-r father and mother in I Mali. The funners urc getting busj' j of farmers have ordered a thirty i .horse power ploughing engine. good level farm land, four miles south of Woodpecker twelve miles from Taber. at your own price. T he Lethbridge tlerald Letter A assets of the, estate and to take cop- imanee only of claims of which he shall tliftii have notice. The date i of the first publication of this notice is the llth day of March 1003. 119-3 ARTHUR BURNETT, i Ar'ivofttiv for tho Administrator. to to to LIMITED i MINAKTVS LlS'IMrXT and Dispensing Chemists BURNS, KTC. CURES Open Coyote skins 75 to 1 Cased coyote skins Badger skins 1.00 to 2.25safc' 50 to Kin fox 25 to .63 Croup positively checked in 20 minutes. Dr. Shoop's 20 minute Croupe Remedy acts like Magic. No vomiting, nothing harsh, A simple, pleasant, dependable croup 50c. All Dealers I ALBERT ACRES Choice, smooth prairie, wild or improved, close to railroad 320 ami up, good, level land, 1 miles from sta- tion, per acre. Easy terms ;