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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, MAY II, 1909., CHAMPIONSHIP Western Canada League Medicine Hat vs. Lethbridge May 12. 13, 14 and 15 District News I o clock on Sunday, the bride being j he fuels while u woman is as old as I John Buylic made a business trip very prettily attired m a cream! she looks. I to Tabcr tod ty. eolienno dress trimmed with satin i The following story is vouched for j father arrived from and blossoms. In the by the nurse of one of Alberta's j Dakota Saturday. This is Stirling, May May 5th two noon the happy couple left, for Mon-> leading hospitals, the patient being to Alberta and he is very STIRLING Opening Game 50c. Succeeding Games 25c. Grand Stand, Extra 25c. of the popular young people of Stir- arch to spend a few duvs with thc i u prominent citizen of this town ling .were united in the holy bonds of bridegroom's brother. j lie was convalescing after ar. opera- _ matrimony, when Miss Hilda Ostlund The work on the grade at this j tion during which he had been under was rimrried to Nelson. The point-. now nearing completion and chloroform. Hearing a considerable homes j wedding took place at the home of with fair weather should be finished 'groaning from the operating room. i file bride's father. .Jonas Ostlund. i within, two weeks. 'he asked thc nurse if he had kicked The immediate friends and relatives! Thc farmers aro au bus with their j UP such a rmv" nurse "Tako me Thc farmers are all busy with their j were present.. I spring seeding and as the fall wheat i The infant child of Wm. Hartley faiied to show up in some died on Wednesday and was buried j quite a few have re-seeded their land, j -on Friday. j F. N Bandgate expects to have' Slit-ling school in making good crushing mill in operation about: gross. Few places of its have thc beginning of next All far- such good educational facilities us to crush will hav., has Stirling with its fine graded at Monareh. school with five departments running; Messrs. Fisher and Koss have enthusiastic over the country. Dan Smith is daily expected from r. Smith has a, valuable I homestead in this township. Hurt Blake is busy these days in rounding up T. Goate's cattle. Messrs. all. winter and on.- of the best, j started operations at the- brick yard. school libraries in this part of the A large shed is being put up and busy hllildinfr' a barn- province. Vcrv KOOn lheir first kiln wilj .John Eloxandra and Orval Wad- burnt. d'fc -irc building a house on thc lat' 'tor's father's homestead. A new hotel with forty rooms and will be built o'ther accommodations here. Two new stores of large capacity are also coming. that ho had said "Take me out of' GrHihl was exPhwng this vl- th-is hotel. 'They sell rotten whiskey i cinit-V Sunday in search of a rolling here. I have- a horrible taste in my !collltcr- mouth i leaner went down to the riv- j er Monday to taky a pleasure ride on NEWS FROM TOWN- 'the ferry. SHIP 12 RANGE 18 l-ast Wednesday morning while Herman Hehman was at the barn The Weaver .boys have arrived from tho chores he noticed borne- Illinois with a car of effects and are wron- with tbe The can- line is a full bloodtxl shepherd and a [valuable animal on a. farm. The dog j seemed to be having (its and with j the assumption that, the animal was going mad, Herman rushed to the Mrs. John Finders has been quite house and demanded of his hired man COWLEY .May return of line'sick but is much improved at this wjj -s actjnjr us weather was warmly welcomed, es- writing. i hired The new bank opened u while back pecially by the farmers, who have is quite a boon to the citizens and settlers of the surrounding districts. Mrs. Julius Oden is expected from begun spring work in earnest. Wit- Uantry, X. D.. this week, ness the great areas of fresh black John Finders returned from North he gun. The man protested against him shooting the dog and insisted they should wait for further developments. MONARCH Monarch, Just then Veterinary Xoice came soii. A fair proportion of tho yesterday with a car of cat 'along and diagnosed the case and ter wheat is beginning to show up green and promising, although soir-e gov-i no doubt has been killed. The late tie and horses and a farming outfit, j pronounced it an acute attack of In- running on the Old Man's River from j to the ranchers and numbers of cat- N. II. Handry. H. Noice and Carl .Smith were transacting business in Lethbridge. Monday and Tuesday. digestion, caused by eating bach- elor's biscuits on an empty stomach. The dog is still alive and seems to Dalzclis to Wright. This will be quite a boon to Monarch as it will tie have died. Mr. Stewart, of Xanton. who has The nice warm snow that "fell onjhe getting better. Tucsdav WHS a Godsend to thecoun- trv. It will not be but a few days I lhe body 01 Mathew Taylor, a ho- enable farmers irom across the river purchased the Walling ranch, arrived tpl fif> fmmH until the fields of avill be green itei agca was found AT- with his family to take possession....... ____, w! up on the CATTLE FOR KLONDIKE Gleichen, May Barsche, who is ranching south of town, shipp- ed 51 head of cattle last Thursday Dawson City, Klondike, vrhich makes the first shipment of 360 head he has sold to the Pacific Cold Storage Co., i of Dawson, this, company having ra- cently purchased the P. Burns Com- i pany's interests in. the Klondike. This shipment is characterized by an un- i interested buyer as the best ever j shipped from Gleichen, which is acl- i milting a great deal. Before leaving OF CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. Capital Paid-up May 31st 1S95, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Deposits May 31st 1895, Feb. 27th April 3rd 1900, 1.805, 1909, 1909, Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years Reserve and Undivided Profits May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Total Assets May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 190S, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. the the animals were all weigh ed and found to average 1555 each, thus some idea of the bunch may be had. The cattle have a long jour- ney to make by rail and in- cluding a drive of 120 miles from ..White Horse to the head of the Yu- kon Eiver. I to come to town at all times. i though the ford at this point of thc Miss 'B. Wallace, of the staff of the river was fairly safe, there is always Cardston public school, spent Sun- a certain amount of