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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AtOCAL BUDGET WIDNttDAY It workiif in the city. Ywtei'day two ladies hud their purses lifted, the acts being done in two of the stores. 'i Mrs.' L. Bouck is appealing to thoflMr., Justice, Beck recently given in 'the Rose vs. Bouck case, _ Harry A. R. Macdonald of the "Portland (Ore.) Times, and formerly the Xew Westminster News and THURSDAY woddiag or Every to. very with poeu- wmber family it living and will at the family reunion, A. E. sold iou own A. moaift., _, Walden McKay v been appointed a bailiff for Lethbrldge Judicial dis- trict. M. Pike, of took two of settlers' effects Dayton this morning. i Jos. Tourville was arrested on a last night and! appears'be- fore Inspector West at BarrjLckc this afternoon. The charge is cent assault. The Turpin spring stock is TLey are going. of .'piano? well worth looking the Seattle Star, is home on a visit and twQ gpiendid insfcrumeilts t his parents Mr. and J. A. be of at ft .Macdonald. .JRev, G. J. .Coulter White left this -morning' for Calgary, from which place he goes to Vernon and Summer .land, where he has a fruit farm. .G. A. Slffvefrs oi tiie has made arrangements to give a "show ,6ne night a week at Macleod, High Eiver and Okotoks. McGraw Bros., of Calgary, are tak ing possession of Wm. Ott's barber shop and cigar store today. In ad- dition to the present business they do jobbing in tobaccos and ci- .-gars. An addition to the building %vill be built to accommodate a bowl- The Hobgoblins have taken posses- ed by Lemaitre 4; Pores on McKay St. "east of the North Ward school. They will be built upon at an early date. He also sold two lota for A. S. Davy, of Iron Springs on McKil- lop St. E. U. Rylands was out in_ the coun try twenty miles yesterday. Mr. Ry- larids says that crops are look- ing exceptionally fine. f The fall wheat is- excellent. Kb bare spots can be sec-n. The spring "crops also are do- The farmers are now plow- ing well. mjj i Wm. Porter, proprietor of the Ar- Hote1' has leased the new brifik erected by S' window presents a very grotesque ap-Mr- Porter sublet the barber _. shop -to Messrs. Stevens -and Hamil- r He will also sublet the restau- rant. The rest of the building will since it was vacated by to be issued and manager Bui-bridge desires that all persons .who -intend putting1 in phones making- chants or desirous uld attend to be used as a rooming annex. A most singijlar individual is vis- Dominion Exhibition 'i CALGARY, ALBERTA June 29th to July 9thf 1 908 1 Purses Stip, The fireat Trained Animal Sfrbw, and other high-class attractions 9Jst Highlander's Band Iowa JtJand Rough Jiiaing'by real Cow Boys Indian, (Sqnawfand Travois Kaces from .all points in Canada. Tour opportunity to see the great West Write pamphlet to E. L. RICHARDSON, Manager THE STORE OF OUAUTY. he Siting in city. G. A. Clampett, of matter at once if -they want to ap-Tabtr, and late of Dublin, Ire. This pear in the new directory. E. E. Reynolds went to Calgary last night, being called there on ac- cpunt of tlie illnesss of Thos. TJnder- wood, managing director of the Dia- uyj alley .-jxd four billiard ta- mond 3Iine whidl Mr- Reynolds is Stewart C. Harbinson oi Belfast, Ireland, and who has- been studying, at New Jersey, Princeton University, is in the city on his way to Claresholin, where he will be doing missionary work for the Presbyterian Church during the sum- mer months. Mr. Harbinson is a brother of F, J. Harbinson of the A. H. I: freight office. The Mason Land Co. now have of- fices which for conveniences and fix- tures compare favorably with any found in the larger cities. They now occupy five rooms having-altered and .added to their former office'the room! vacated-by Miss Cooksley. The new' ibctures give the room a smart ap- pearance. Hip-0 Johnson liars not been suc- cessful in his fight against extradi- tion and by the judgment of Judge Hunt -will be handed over to the authorities to be returned to Macleod to stand Ms trial as soon as the necessary documents have been taken out. It is said that this will take about two months. J. McNabb got out of the Barraicks .yesterday about 10.30 where he had .served fourteen days for" vagrancy, and by night was full again, the term in durance vile having created deep thirst. Constable Gillespie found him dead to the world on the street and ran him .in. He, got ten -and costs-br a. month. Albert Skrupman, who has been up before" the 'beak- before -for cutting up such antics as .naturally follow the taking of too much booze was up be- fore Magistrate Humphries -this morn- ing; for being drunk oo the street and for assault. He was month on the former-charge and two -on the latter, the sentences to run concurrently. J. .E. of the Wells Land and Co., of Davidson, Sask., is in the city today. The company has a large farm near Stirling and .-this year Have put in a big crop" acres of winter wheat, 500 of spring 300 of oats, and 100-of flax. superintendent. Yesterday afternoon a meeting was held among the teachers the city and as a result the Lethbridge Tea- chers' Tennis Club was organized. The following officers were Hon. Pres., J. H. Fleetwood, Pres., W. A. Vice Pres., Miss Shannon, Sec'y.-Treas., Miss Addy, Executive Committee, Miss Kiinmbns, R. R.- Davidson, A 'committee on constitution was appointed including J. Morgan Miss Preston, and Miss Fraser. It is proposed to have a court at the Central School and one at the Westminster School. FRFfAY G. W. Creamer lias been transferr- ed from the Union Bank staff at Qu'- Appelle to the local branch. The contract for the neating and plumbing for Knox Church-was sign- ed today by the Western Tinsmithing Plumbing and Heating Co. We regret to report that J. L. Cal- der is not improving. He has been' ordered by the doctor to give no at- tention to business and is advised-to go to Banff as soon as he is able. He is unable to see any callers. Rex Virtue will commence at once the; construction of a double residence and a on his lots on Redpath Street ywest of E.- IsVHigin- botham's. Chas. A very, manager of the Bow Island7 Stock Company is "in :the city for a few days on business. He re- ports that the Bow Island district is developing rapidly' this--year. The members of the Mission Band were at. home to their parents and friends .at 'Wesley Church last night and, proved to be splendid. little, en- tertainers. .A prepared pro- gramme was rendered with zest and then the children, under 'the supervi- sion of Miss Harrison and Mrs. Jor- dan served refreshments in the Y.M. .C. rooms. The Band' in -giving their guests a pleasant evening enjoyed it themselves. The, members.' take a great interest in the' Yesterday afternoon, in the pres- ence of a large number of friends and gentleman is a most striking dupli- offices being by large num- cate of King Edward. He m.'ght of the unemployed, taken for his majesty at any time J At the nine o'clock mass in the Ca but for the fact of his having a j tholic Church Sunday thirty-two chil- sli'ght advantage on the king in dren received their first communion, height. And he is a royal old sport girls, were dressed hi whita and That is what Jack McKinney j the boys They have speared a to-4trimmings. too. says. ought to know. MONDAY J. B. of che Bank of treal staff has returned from a three weeks' holiday at Montreal. The fir-it sod for the new Presbyter in blaekj with white At .the evening service {they renewed their baptismal vows. I At the adjourned meeting Sunday j night the congreation of St. Augus- ,tin's Church declared themselves in favor of plan of St. 3Ionica's ian Church was turned this morning, j Guild to erect a parish hall. It was (decided however not to" undertake John Brodie has the contract f0r the, such a scheme at present owing to excavation work. F. Kirkham has severed his connec- tion with the Western Canada Agen- cy. As yet Mr. Ivirkham is undecid- ed as to whether he remain in i the city. i F. S. Leffingwell of Warner is [difficulty the same. LITTLE CANADIANS (Ottawa Press.) a! The- recent discussions in the House guest at Hotel Lethbridge. He has I Of Comrnems on the Government's im- just returned from a tr4p to 3Iixine-' igration disclosed the "TT T71 -M O n I Y Last year the total acreage was 600 wen wishers, William McXab was acres. This summer they expect touted in wedlock to Agnes Grozier. break up acres and next ceremOny was performed by Rev. "another thousand, when the whole farm will be practically under culti- vation. Wm. Reid in the Baptist Church. Ed- na Reynolds presided at the organ land played the march as the bride en Janse, of Janse -Bros., went toltered the church. After the ceremo- this morning. Mr. Janse says jny the young couple with a number that they have got well started on '-stfuiends setV'out ;for Mr. MciSTab's near St.. Mary's, where a very Mrs. their work across An en- gine has been installed; that pumps the water up over the hill to the There are now.' over .sixty j'in the meantime, teams wroking and" thirty more are frs. Mewburn; vice- president, Mrs. Cunningham; secre- tary, Mrs. Southard; buyers, Mrs. Rigby and Mrs. Reeve. The receipts' for the year are as follows: Cash on hand at beginning of year Dues for the year 55.75 Proceeds of Dances "...........277.50 Donation from Garrick Thea- tre Co..........jt...........100.00 Donation from Miners 4.75 Donation from Mrs. Burgess 5.00 Donation from Mr. Stevens----- 2.00 SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN Select what you want don't be disappointed. >We have: Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Go.r and McKenzie's Nelson PHONE 21 Fraser LETHBRIDOE Disbursements 696.64 Balance in bank The folowing articles were purchas- ed by the society during the 4 rugs, 1 carpet, 8 pairs slippers, 43 yds. linen, 171 yds. cotton 7 prs blankets 11 night shirts, 2S night dresses, 424 yds. flannette, 48 yds. muslin, 150 yds. sheeting, 1 piece pil- low cotton, 2 dozen towels, 37 yds twilling, 3 table cloths, 1 doz. nap- kins, 1 doz. socks, 3 tray cloths, 2 covers, 1 toilet set, 1 dozen forks, 1 1-2 doz. knives, 1 dozen desert spoons, 1 doz. tea spoons, 1 bureau and stand, 1 Morris chair, 1 screen, wadding centre and table, 1 sundries amounting in all to the value oi The aid has furnished a private ward and it is their intention to en- dow the same. PROUD OF CANADA New York, May Canadian Society of New-York held its annual smoker tonight in the hotel Astor. Courtnay W. Bennet, counsel-genera] of Great Britain in an address, said: "There is no part of the British em- pire of which I am more proud than of Canada. I look forward to the time when Canada, India, Australia and South Africa will be one great imperial empire." THE WEATHER Bulletin From Central Office Showers of rain in some crises hea- vy ones have "been general through- hut Manitoba and the southern' por- tion of Saskatchewan and Alberta. The weather has turned considerably colder in the prairie provincesl Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, fair and cool. Wednesday stationery or higher temperature. left for our children. Let us keep the land for our children. And, by so doing, as Mr. of Strath cona, pointed out, the West will have to wait years to beany thing like settled up; and Eastern in- dustries, which have been equipped in anticipation of a growing demand from the West, will shrivel up, and failure and despondency staik the land. For everything depends on keeping things on the'move. At the next election the people will have'to, decide between the "Little Canadians" and'a government which, with all its has done much to- build up the Greater Canada for which, dead pioneers hoped and toil- ed so long the splendor of whose vision, .coming like sun out of the east, gave a faith to their- lat- ter days that consoled them for their, labor and gave them peace. Lethbridge Markets To. 1 Northern...... 86 No. 2 Northern........................... 83 3 'Northern........................76 No. 4 Northern 59 No. 1 Alberta Bed 84 No. 2 Alberta Bed..................... 81 No. 3 Alberta Red........................ 71 No. 5 White 76 No- 2 White 70 Oats per cwt 1.10 .80 Barley per C-wt.......... Flax.................per bus..., Dressed 'Turkeys ........-.....per Ib..... 80 Ducks .per Ib..... Geese .................per Ib..... Chickens per Ib......... Cattle on Steers per Ib.......... 3fc Cows per Ib.......... 3 Live per cwt Dressed per cwt. Live per cwt Dr-essed............... per cwt. Dairy......... per Ib.......... 30 Creamery............... per Ib.......... 35 Eggs.................. per doz. 25 Potatoes cwt....... 90 Turnips............ per Ib................ 1 Onions.................. per Ib.......... 4 Parsnips per Ib. Carrots per Ib.......... 2 Upland per ton Blue Joint............ per ton...... Green or frozen per Ib. THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make Good to the Purchaser Have the best of Lands Sell OD Liberal Term Rooms II and 12 Make Sone Sales M Crop Pajmek Bay IB Large Tracts at Low Prices Sell Anything, few 160 Acrrt _-Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, JVIagrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headparters for Best Spring and Winter Meat Lands IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANIDS.. HATCH COONS i The choicest iandfi in all parts of the Lethbridge District.- HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge s u D N D EIATB S M f Life is uncertain, and suddeif deaths frequently occur., Make your will and appoint this Company your -as it specialist in all the duties pertaining to office. You will thus have an experienced executor, as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND fiUARANTEE COMPANY, illl Head Office, Toronto Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetatkiwin Judicial. Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marjh, Esq. P. Turner-Bone. William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street WfisVCalgaiy--___.-.-.__- A. G-. ROSS, Manager. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Wil- liam Barnes late of the city of Beth- bridge in the Province of; Alberta, Deceased. Pursuant to .Order of His Honor Judge Winter, dated at Lethbridge the 10th day 'of April, 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claims against the Estate of William Barnes, late of Lethbridge, in the Judicial dis- trict 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- ;ard only te the claims of which she shall then have notice. Dated at Lethbridge this llth day of April, 1908. 24-4 W. C. SIMMONS, Solicitor for the Administratrix. WANTED Position as lady's companion on ranch. Apply Box E., Herald Office. 27-0 Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barleyv flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER CO. LETHBRIDGE. I Want Money I: 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 GEESE EGGS African Geese Eggs for .setting 50c a piece. Jas. Palmer, Sec. 7, T. 8 R. 20. P.O. Box 568, Lethbridge. 24-4 FOR SALE SEVEN IMPOETED: CLYDESDALE TALLIONS, full at weight nd breeding; aged from one year to six years, and sired by such noted sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, 'and Bainson.' Prospective buyers driven .from Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CARGILL, Peigan Greek Horse Ranch. Via Seven Persons, Alta. Dry flint skins Cured hides Rendered per Ib. per Ib to 23- 7 to 7i 3 to 3J No. 2 WB ALBERTA REALTY Co Will exchange City Property for Farm Lands or I arm Lands for City Property We have the buyers. 'List your property with us >V J ;