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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WIDNEIDAY Mrs. Gluts. Leonard and family to Taber yesterday, J. M. Oldhuin has bought" a tract laud in the Couldale district and intends working it next year. Two cars of settlers' effects went 'through this morning from Shelley, Idaho, for Clarcsholm. THURSDAY M. A. Olirke, of IteUant; is in the city for few days. He been farming in the Kanton dis- trict. Roint-o Schumacher, the Rambler automobile expert is in the cay look- the Humbler autos m the gory in tlia city nigkt. They were greatly pleased with the business conditions and prospects in this district. Pipes Ilalliday was, sont up "yes- terday to serve months at tho too sick to be MONDAY A. Southard Warner this morning iu his auto. Dave Winkler leaves tonight for Vancouver, where he will play on the Maple Leaf team. wil build two ,brick howees on >lrs. J. J. Furman and family re- turned htst night from a .visit Raymond. The movement of settlers with and Mrs, W. F. McDonald, ot: Edmonton hospital. His offence was'vagrancy, Centrf] School this morning af- Dr. Wilson, of ,Leamington, Ont., ter several week's illness. of is visit arrived in the city lost night to imrchavd ihe Jots at the north: 3rrs' rit her brother and sister, R. V. and j east -corner of Ashmead ing her Mrs- Donnan, i Coutts St., near the Central School. Miss Jfelie Stewart of Innistoil; who has been visiting her at Ctrd- sfonJor the past two weeks uras the guest of Mrs. Keynolds last night. Eev. W. H. Coard, L. L. D., of Re- gina, will supply for Rev. J. S, Chiv- ers for three months Dr. Miss Gibbons. went he on all lines from tho States very heavy. A, H. McKeown has purchased C. Leonard's residence on Westminster Road. Mrs.. McKeona arrives from Calgary today. Mrs. A. !M1 Grace and ''Master Bd- Hvarrt returned to Medicine Hat yes- terday after visiting her mother Mrs. Wall'ace since Easter. G. J. riunsch, general manager of ihe Citizens Lumber "Co.. is in the -city today. His company has pur- chased the lumber yard at Milk Ri-' yer from M. Lock. Hayr has-the contract for b-v the j streets and It is understood .will jat the ranch to The Trainer's Daughter resident. A, Ives made' Donnan of Carmengay, Mysterious Armour at the Uijou to-1tile sale- tto the other day to corne all. if you! J- Brown, jr.. tif the .r. Brown Co. ai'tetl-sorae of his lands. arrived will remain here, the me man." Chureh- i The. Jessop Hopkins grading outfit night. Come one. come all. if voul J- Brown, jr.. ViliW, Uli city to report on the city power prob i! IJ__ .S is now, locate on lem and other matters, is expected OhiQj arrived. OQ Saturday night in the evening of to arrive tonight. Ravf-n of the JR.X.w. ]and tailoring depart- DaytOQ in a few days. Mullin, the C.P.Ii. telegraph oper- the 2nd. On the 4th, the city secre- force Helena this morn tbe. "Union Bank staff here, and ln connection with the "Hippo" tber of Dr. J. s. Stewart, has proceedings. The is principal the- Pincher called for ten o'clock Saturday mor- Creek public scnools. He has been n'lnS- itttending the Xormal School at Cal-! The A. R. I. ticket office w ator charged with manslaughter' s through the accident at Brocket last December comes up for trial Mrs. fE. Xeff of Hat, spent y in the 'city, the guest of Mr. 5 at Macleod. A' 'morning she left- for a visit m This leod, and C. C. 3fcCaul, K.C., Ed-j monton, -nill conduct the defense. i Madeod.-Mac- leod aaresholm Mr. and Mrs. Minklc. of Calgary, sary-, .thronged with passengers this morn- Joe Bush of Coutts is in the- city the number of tickets being sold today on his back from the Old [being cX record breaker. Both the County whore he has been -for sev- j Cardston and Great Falls ti months. Whilf there he consult- j were crowded, with the resultj Homestead Inspector Adam Link Messrs. McGuire wil) move into the store U. week. The i them b "j ed the c spent Sundaj- with, the latter's bro- received a ietier saying it was shipped. He phoned up the station agent to ask him to rush it along only to be told that it was already in the yard. A mighty Slav last night got a heavy cargo of booze on board and found drunk on Baroness Eoad by the night police. Constables Ctibb SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN FIELJ) Select what you want early arid don't be disappointed. Werhave Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Ca, and MeKenzie's Manitoba Grown" Nelson Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBHTDGE ther, Mr. F. J. McKeown. the early part c ;tore now occupied bv enlarged and with them this morning. The JTernie Ledger intimates that health is very much improv-I left this morning to make a trip to aad h3 is looking fine. Macleod, .Pincher Creek, and Cowley j will be made 30 feet deeper by 25 there "may be a by-election, in and Gillespie tried to land i the cells but he strenuously objected, kicking1 the constables most, vigorous- ly. After vain, attempts to get him going, they got a wheelbarrow and that that Boss' K" C" The people of Lethbridge bothered to a greater or less extent the. occurrence of frequent periods of darkness for a few seconds while the lights were on. To ..overcome this trouble the company is install- to complete the distribution of the government seed grain, having- alrea- dy completed the eastern, end of his district. He says that there was no necessity for bringing any-seed grain to his district at all, except for the! On May loth it will be occu- u" P" to the '.mg an instrument called the scyn- formers that wanted a chance of! -croscope which will prevent the lights} seed. Jrom out when the power is A plow outfit run bv a gasoline en- being- put on and off to work thejgine was shipped to Milk River this pumps at the city waterworks sia-jweek and will, be used in breaking ;tlOB- f i there. A writ has been issued against the i A survej- party of eleven will be pied by a Chinaman who will carry an extensive line of Chinese and Jap- anese silks. The prospective occu- pant conies from Macleod where he has a large store. SATURDAY -A. M. Grogan, of Ellis Grogao, week I Cab British Columbia. a rope and finally wheeled him up to the cells. This morning he was too_ drunk to come up for the usual i trial. THE 0. W. KESR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II and 12 Make G0od to ifce Pvcbser Have the best of Lands Sell OD Liberal Terns Make Soiie Sales Crip ttymat Bv k Lirfe Tracts at Uw Prices Sell 160 Acres Lands around Warner, Milk'River7 Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton" for Best Spring and Winte Coul Mining Co. of Taber the sent out by Slessrs. Hamilton Young next week. Kr. by. thu-ty-two employees under of the Mechanics' TJpn .Art i be in charge. The party will, -ciaimmg wages In and will to the amount ofjseveral townships south-west of Pin- the event of their, ictter Creek and may be gone until recovering judgment and the money not beina: paid they ask usual j Another new iirm are opening ..remedy that the interests of the Com- pany in- Lhe land comprising the mining property together with all -buildings, machinery, plant, ctu., be i-old to satisfy their claims. The Wooli'n has closed its factory for a time Presi- Froc-man told the Herald that _ up for business this week... The Win. Head Plumbing and Heating Co., Ltd., have established a branch here and expect to be ready for business tomorrow. They are located-in the new Hill Block. J. Brads-haw will be manager-of this branch. The com pany have the city .looking for customers. He Macleod last night. Fred and George Wilkins of Toron- to spent yesterday in'the city with Dr. O. J. while on their way to the Coast. Geo. H. Raley went to Calgary Cult, morning. Veek he will write on the preliminary Dominiofa Land-Surveyor, examinations there. At the" forenoon service in the Bap- tist Church -the Rev. G J. C. AVhite B. will preach. Everybody will be made welcome at these services. 'The many fr xiends of Miss Jean j Duncan will be glad to hear that she has returned to the west. She is the j guest of her brother-in-law, A. J. Me I Edmonton, fair 68 THE WEATHER Lean at the- C Y ranch at present. Mrs. A. M. Eitchie who has been on an extended visit to England -will sail for Canada on May 15th. Mrs. Robertson, formerly of J. W. Kean Co. staff, has taken a posi-' tion in the dry goods department of the Hudson's Bay Co. store. j John Hollo, who .-has been working n the 'Lethbridge .Iron Works for the past four :this week, on a trip "home tcTScotland-and will be about' three months. Calgary, cloudy 68 Lethbridge, cloudy 70 Medicine Hat, fair Battleford, clear 58 Hegina, fair 58 Winnipeg, clear.................... 52 Port Arthur, 43 From Central Office light showers of rain have occurred in northern portions of Al- "berta andiSaskatchpwan 36 42 4.7 .44 30 40 26 36 IF YOU BtJT V" f'; WINTER WHEAT LANDS j HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge .HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, iethbridge Carl A. Smith and wife went Jas. Bobbs.V the" IvelUk'nown .Taber hotehnan, was -the city, on Satur- day night. He reports business im- proving at- Taber, and' all the mines be" operating right Spring Coulee this morning. Mr. Smith came in yesterday to meet Mrs. Smith who came up from" the are expected to to away. south. battle of Cut" 'took place on reputation for doing Tnrinv this action _M as due to_ the failure class- ;vork se- the wool supply. The company has CUrc many of the large, contracts, manufactured all the wool it had onjThey will find plenty of business at and is forced to close for branch as the city is growing six weeks until another .supply rapidly and will'continue to do can secured. The factory has been running to its full capacity all win-i ter, making- over fifly yjoi_ 1 FRIDAY Elizabeth Fraser anniversary of .the Knife Creek, which Saturday, May 2, 18S5, and raged from 5 a. m 'to 12.30 p. m. A man named Dyer was brought in from Taber by Corporal Mason on a during- the of blankets season. who S'r p his many yc-ais of se-vit Canada, and j I Falls has taken a position in A tailoring department. of Medicine Hait is of Great charge of horse stealing. He ther, generally ,throughout -the prairie b'een fine and -warm.' Alberta und .Saskatchewan fair anc warm with a few scatter- ed chiefly on Wednesday. 1 For Past Week Apiil" cc 30 May 1 2 J 4 67 56 29 35 29 23 37 70 37 Southard'.1 Alex. 3 his Preliminary hearing on at Taber. F. W. Downer has taken out build- the directorship has_u_-_ _.. i mig- Of in r hisi (one of .several to join A. Permits for three cottages valued taffon -the tailoring department. eacli-to be built on the jvljce" D- Campbell of Indian "Head has th-s item i accepted a position in A. Southard's with force, will be 'iVom a London society At depai-tment. -Andrew's, Westminster, 'A: E. Easton purposes ei-ecting roarriage took place last month'bride addition corner of. Cutbill and Redpath Sts., E. A. Cunningham has taken out a -a permit for a addition to this sidence. to his store a right Invitations, have been sent out for a rumor around the wil1 4 o'clock and will :the -of JTr. Percy Hamilton French, R.E., away. .vouirger son of Major General Sir- There 'Oeo'. French, K. M. G., and Miss (that hotel is soon to be mu rasa'Rider, daughter 'of -Mr. and 1 Thursday next, at .Mrs. John Khlcr, of Clarence Lodge, -Miss Edith Hosaine has joined the Good Co.'k staff and will serve The drug stores will not keep open delicious ice ream that the -sifter .hours to sell other than drugs i always has on hand, if the clerks' union can .help it, Xast! Tt is 'night thc-nvwas a full meat; the union when the .early closing mat j solicitor and legislative tei- discussed. The union is tak- Grand Trunk Pacific ing strong objection to the ac-; of .The council in exempting the the wedding of William McNab and ier. The wedding will in. the Baptist .Church on Stafford Bros, will erect at once ;X ,two "reported Gallihcr accepted the position of- western on Round St. on the lots re- cently purchased from E. T. Saun- dcrs. There will be two stores on s and stationers provisions' of the bylaw.' from the j The whole! of the the ground floor i above. Leth-i Rev. A. A. Lyttle and office suites arrived in the whole union was appointed a delega-i tion to wait on the council next Mon 10th day of April, 1908. 30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha 18 all persons Jiaving any claims against 18 the Estate..of William.. Barnes, late 14 of. Lethbridge, in the Judicial dis- rict of Lethbridge, deceased and who died on or about the 5th day of De- cember, 1907, are required on- or be- fore the 21st day of May, 1908, to send by post prepaid to the under- signed solicitor for the said 'adminis- tratrix, their names and addresses and full particulars of their claim or account and the nature of the secur- ities (if any) held by them duly veri- fied by Statutory Declaration of the claimant or his Agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said 21st day of May, 1908, the said Elizabeth Barnes, administratrix, will be at liberty to distribute the as- sets of the said deceased having re- only te the claims of which she shall then have notice. 30 Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxiour weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, crast seed, etc. H. FOWLER CO. LtTHBMDCE. I Want Money-1 Will sell Sections of good level farm land, four miles south of Woodpecker twelve miles from Taber, at your own price. The Lethbridge Herald Letter A African Geese Eggs for setting 50c piece. Jas. Palmer, Sec. 7, T. 8 R. 0. P.O. Box 563, Lethbridge. 24-4 SOUVENIR BOOK- J I J- J. Johnston J Prescription Druggist LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BU-HNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists ers. J. and their new store in The North. Ward can well support a! the brewery business of this kind. It has incrcas M'-H- ed considerably in population durimj I T two the past few months. Xo Th6' firm will, do a big business. y 01 cement blocks.! C. M. Turner, of M< Shaiv hn'S arrfvecT High] cial manager for the Imperial Insur-' 'r to tne position of account-' ton per ton Upland (Blue Joint Green or frozen per Ib. Dry flint skins per Ib. Cured hides ......per Ib Rendered No. 1............................ FOR SALE SEVEN IMPORTED CLYDESDALE Dated at Lethbridge this llth day _.TALLIONS, full at quality, weight of April, 1903.- 24-4 W. C. SIMMONS, Solicitor for the Administratrix. i to 25. 7 to 3 to 34 WANTED Position as lady's companion on rnnch. Apply Box Herald Office. 27-0 nd breeding; aged from one year, to six years, and sired by such noted sites ".'as. Royal Harmion and Bainson. Prospective buyers driven from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CAEGILL, Peigan Creek Horse Ranch. Via Seven Persons, Alta. at the Canadian -Bank of Com- omitting a .grocery ance Co. is in the city. Mr. Turner j is a Lethbridge old timer, having! been in the early days electrician for j the Alberta Railway'and Coal Co. ilStoni 3- When-Completed 'it It is eleven years since he left and one of IarSest buildings in when he stepped off the train yester-i Stafford- day he hardly knew where he was, I -T- Virtue ajid Mrs.. Virtue, of the town has changed so. He is am-! have been visiting his par- azed with the changes that have ents' ancl Mrs.. Wm. Virtu en place and is delighted with tho growth of trees in this city where all was bald prairie .in his day. They returned this morning. Jas. Fiskc's cottages on iSt. arc almost completed. Mr. Fiske Thoiv is a Pink Pain Tablet made by" Dr. Shoop, thab will -stop tmy pain, anywhere, in 20 min- utes. Druggists fvorywruTe sell them as Dr. Shoop V Headache Tablets, but they stop- other pains as easily as headaches. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away .from pain .is all. Pain, comes from blood congestion. Stop that pressure with Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets and pain is instantly gone. 20 Tablets Sold by J. J. Johnson. wr< W ALBERTA REALTY Co Will exchange City Property for Farm '.Lands or Par m Lands for City Property We have the buyers. List your property with ITS rw I I ;